2015 Chevrolet Tahoe Review

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"The redesigned 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe has a refined interior and driving experience, but there's less passenger and cargo room than you might expect in a full-size SUV," said Cars.com reviewer Mike Hanley. Check out Hanley's review for more.

2015 Chevrolet Tahoe Expert Review

Cars.com photo by Evan Sears

Comments 

Steve

It was actually a review instead of a recall article. Not used to that with GM articles lately. On this SUV, a boxy look, expensive, and a big V8 all in one. America will eat these up because what does the competition offer?... Nothing.

KeithO

Test-drove one today. Loved the vehicle, hated the price. $61,000 for the mid-level LT? Good Grief! GM, among other issues, risks pricing itself completely out of reach for most people. The Tahoe is at least $15,000-$25,000 overpriced. Too bad.

tr6

They have definitely improved their quality, as evidenced by Chevrolet's fifth place finish among all makes in initial quality. They are building them better, and they get better gas mileage than the competition. However, to get better quality than Mercedes they are going to make you pay. Chevrolet is no longer the vehicle for everyman.

Mike Smith

I tested drove one, loved it so I bought one. I am very happy with itI know it was expensive.in the past I've owned suburban this far is the best it handles really well its comfortable.it has a lots of nice features if you test drive one and you like it let the dealer know.and he or she will make it happen.when I went to the dealer I was not looking for a new vehicle.I saw the 2015 Tahoe we took it for a test drive 45 minutes later.I was making a deal that night I drove it home good luck. Mike

U-Dumb

"...if you test drive one and you like it let the dealer know.and he or she will make it happen."

Good reminder of how stupid consumers are and how we ended up in a recession.

Vik

U-Dumb: and your comment is a good reminder of how stupid some cars.com commenters are, assuming Mike is encouraging people to test drive vehicles they can't afford. Nice work!

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