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Review: 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe High Country

Chevrolet will pay you $2700 to drive this truck. In a manner of speaking, of course. The brand-new-ish 2021 Tahoe is bigger than ever—particularly from stem to stern, with a 210-inch overall length that’s almost seven inches more than that of the outgoing model—but it’s still fifteen inches shorter than a 2021 Suburban, to which it is otherwise identical. How much does that extra fifteen inches’ worth of SUV cost General Motors? It’s impossible to say, but it’s almost certainly not almost three grand, which is the difference in price between a Tahoe and a Suburban, pretty much regardless of trim. So there’s some deliberate fudging-of-numbers going on here ...

 

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https://www.hagerty.com/media/new-car-reviews/review-2021-chevrolet-tahoe-high-country/

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I'll keep driving my 'boring' 2011 Toyota 4runner.  127,000 trouble free miles, can't say that about my cousins Tahoe that's had about $8,500 worth or work including a new transmission in the same time/ miles and still isn't right and needs more unrelated work now.  Maybe I'm jealous, I do love these big SUV's with their strong V-8's! 

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