Everything You Need to Know About New Chevy Cars and Trucks In Georgia
The Chevy Tahoe is a extraordinary vehicle among other SUV's. It is one of the first of its kind to produce a hybrid version to provide space, style, and an environmental conscience. Few full- size SUVs have brought so many car buyers together in agreement that the Chevy Tahoe is an incredible vehicle. It is an automotive package that has it all. The Tahoe is elegant enough to vie with any of the well known luxury SUV's in its class. Though don't let its sleek design fool you into thinking in lacks the expected Chevy strength letting those in vehicles of the same class know the Tahoe lacks the muscle to take on any task. Its exterior construction creates an eye- catching cutting edge style, yet it retains a classic spirit. The Tahoe proves to be a dominant force in performance and its smooth handling will make anyone with one test drive want to take it home. There are so many options to the design of the Tahoe on the exterior and interior that you will feel like you've driven off with a one-of-a-kind vehicle.
Chevrolet's impressive full size sports SUV, the Tahoe, is a staple in the General Motors lineup, and has remained there since it was first introduced in the 1990's. When the Chevrolet Tahoe was initially produced, it was one of the few sports utility vehicles which offered comfortable seating capacity for nine passengers. It gained popularity over time for having much the same seating leg room and storage space as the Chevy Suburban but with a more compact design.
There have been three generations of the Chevy Tahoe as it has gained popularity. The first generation construct was known as the GMT400 which rolled off the assembly line 1999. In 2000, Chevrolet showcased the second generation of Tahoe called the GMT800. The second generation Chevy Tahoe left out the manual transmissions and buffed up the engine to give the rig more power. As if that wasn't enough, the third generation, dubbed the GMT900, hit the showrooms around America in 2007. Each time a Chevy Tahoe is brought out in another generation, it's offered in several trims for the LS, LT and LTZ. Keeping one step ahead of many SUV's a hybrid version of the Tahoe was introduced for the 2008 car buyer.
Depending on your preference, the Chevy Tahoe comes in either two-wheel or four-wheel drive. The Tahoe is not just for the flashy city streets, but also able to take on some of the toughest off- road terrain. The Chevy Tahoe comes with aluminum wheels. In case of an accident, or when you find yourself lost, OnStar is available to help out in any situation. Of course the Tahoe is designed with antilock brakes, side-impact airbags and Bluetooth options for added safety. A few of the optional features include the new FlexFuel capability, rear parking assistance, a remote vehicle starter and leather seats. In some versions of the Tahoe, the luxury of seat temperature adjustments for the front row seating allows the driver and front seat passenger to ride in their own comfort zone. To add to this idea, not only are there separate air conditioning controls for the front passenger, and driver, but also in the cabin itself.
Even the most persnickety SUV critic has commonly responded well to the Chevy Tahoe. Motor Trend magazine once even named the Chevy Tahoe its "Truck of the Year." In 2008, the Tahoe won a Driver's Choice Award from MotorWeek. To add more proof that Chevy is dedicated to improving the environment, the hybrid version was dubbed the L.A. Auto Show's "Green Car of the Year" in 2007. There's something for everyone with the Chevy Tahoe. Take one home today and you'll never regret it.