2015 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban: Photo Gallery

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GM seems to have gone out of its way to differentiate the long-awaited redesign of the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban (pictured above) from the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado, on whose platform they're both based. Still, while sporty exterior styling updates to the 2015 incarnations of the full-size SUVs — the Suburban is now siring its 12th generation — are nearly comprehensive on panel-by-panel inspection, taken as a whole they also seem subtle at the same time, but you can be the judge of that.

2015 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban: First Look

Check out the gallery below.

2015 Chevrolet Suburban

2015 Chevrolet Suburban

2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

2015 Chevrolet Suburban

2015 Chevrolet Suburban

2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

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Comments 

It doesn't look that different to me really, but it never looked bad before either.

jyd

The new corporate grille looks good on the Impala but it doesn't work here. Interior is decent but could use a bit more refinement, especially in the climate control area.

ASV

Unfortunately the front grille looks terrible. All other models with adopted VW look were good. Here it looks to massive and angular. And split headlamps look old fashion. From outside it looks like big Escalade with mixed grille/ face from VW and Nissan.
Inside doesn't look bad at all, finally that terrible control panel was changed to something new.

Steve

Interior 9 out of 10. Exterior (on red Tahoe especially) looks as exciting as flat body panels can get. 6.5 out of 10 and that's being generous. Headlights look to be in need of emergency refresh in 9 months. Hopefully powertrain will be a performer. Sticker shock will no doubt ensue.

Les

Well, the rear compartment does not fold flat for hauling large loads (4 x 8) sheets of anything. its almost flat, but still a FAIL. My '03 folds completely flat with no gaps. That is a real pleasure when using a large vehicle for what is was made for. I don't mind taking out my 3rd row seat, as it is rarely used anyway, and I don't have to carry it around all the time. Might as well buy a Tahoe and a trailer. ands then there is the wasted cargo height issue. Looks like they are trying to solve problems that don't exist. I have used every inch of height on my 03 many times for furniture and large appliances. No I am not a contractor, just a boater and DIYer.

North

This is what the X5 would like to be...when it grows up.

Craig Cuda

Can't believe I and my bride have waited since our 2007 model to find the same old body style and interior. Raised back storage area to hide the third row seats doesn't make it. Time to move on to a competitive manufacturer who has some foresight. Bye, Bye!

Some1UdNtNOF

ASV: Are you an idiot? It looks like a big Escalade? You do realize that the Suburban/Tahoe/Yukon(XL) are all built on the EXACT same platform as the Escalade? Its the same vehicle but the Escalade has more luxury features. Simple as that.

David

Looks great! Now if GM would just stop denying us diesel lovers the Tahoe/Suburban that should've been built years ago and put the Duramax in one of these it would be the fantastic total package!! Its no fluke that Ford's 7.3 Diesel Excursion is STILL one of the most sought after full size SUV's and it hasn't been made since 2002. I refuse to drive a blue oval so I am just stuck wishing Chevy would drop the ultimate people mover!!

Robert Moore

I'm just waiting for a test drive.

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