For 2007, the Tahoe is completely redesigned and gets more of everything that's important in the large SUV segment: power, cabin space, convenience features and safety equipment.
The best seller of GM's full-size SUVs, the Chevrolet Tahoe has long been an easy go-to choice for families seeking a roomy, comfortable vehicle suitable for towing and off-roading.
The 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe rectifies most of the 2006 model's deficiencies. Interior fit and finish is now excellent as soft-touch materials, tight gap tolerances and stylish design are present. On the outside, the 2007 Tahoe's slab-sided exterior styling is clean, but in profile it looks more Ford than Chevrolet. A major benefit of the new look is improved aerodynamics -- with a 0.36 coefficient of drag (Cd), the Tahoe slices through the wind as efficiently as some sports cars. Under the skin, the 2007 Tahoe is still a traditional body-on-frame SUV with a solid rear axle. But the chassis' evolution, though subtle, is significant.
Four-wheel antilock disc brakes are standard on all Tahoes, as is stability control and a tire-pressure monitoring system.