Check Out Today's Chevy Tahoe

The current Chevy Tahoe has many improvements over previous models. Improvements include three new paint colors, wider availability of the 420-hp 6.2-liter V-8 engine, a larger digital gauge cluster, the introduction of an electronic limited-slip differential, and many technology improvements. If you live anywhere in the Dover area, you should visit Nielsen Chevrolet to see our Tahoe lineup in person.

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Trims Levels

From the cheapest to the most expensive, the six Tahoe trims are the LS, LT, RST, Z71, Premier, and the High Country. The prices range between the low $50,000s to the mid $70,000s. The Premier and High Country trims have standard adaptive dampers. Check out the RST and the High Country trims if you want your Tahoe to have flashy 22-inch rims.

The Tahoe Z71 is more rugged-looking, and some Morristown drivers believe the Tahoe Z71 gives the best value. That trim has a standard four-wheel drive, all-terrain tires, and exclusive off-road equipment. Inside, the Tahoe Z71 offers many jaw-dropping interior luxuries that would make driving from Boonton to Newark enjoyable.



Tahoe's come with a standard 355-hp 5.3-liter block. A 420-hp 6.2-liter V-8 engine was recently made available to the RST, Z71, and Premier trims. If upgraded to the 6.2-liter V-8 engine, the popular Tahoe Z71 would have 65 horsepower plus 77 pound-feet of torque. The 460 pound-feet of torque provided by the newly available diesel 3.0-liter V-6 engine matches that of the bigger V-8 engine.


All Tahoe's have a 10-speed automatic transmission plus all-wheel or rear-wheel drive. These vehicles are large, but their acceleration is enough to let you safely merge in traffic from Denville to Hackettstown. The cabin is quiet when driving at highway speeds. Braking is also good.


Fuel Economy


Fuel economy is highly important to consumers today, and the Tahoe does well for its large size. Tahoe's 5.3-liter V-8 and 6.2-liter V-8 engines are rated at 20 miles per gallon on the highway. When driving a diesel-powered Tahoe, you can expect to get 21 miles per gallon in the city and 27 or 28 miles per gallon on the highway.


Following a recent addition of 10 extra inches of legroom in the third row, a Tahoe can now comfortably seat seven or eight adults. The second-row seats now slide back and forth for easier loading and unloading. The second and third-row fold down, and there's even more room behind the third row. The recent lowering of the floor also added cargo space.

The popular and rugged Tahoe Z71 has upgraded towing equipment. Its interior luxuries include a power-folding third row, panoramic sunroof, heated steering wheel, heated second-row seats, memory settings, and blind-spot monitoring, to name a few. Tahoe models have a 10.2-inch touchscreen with a Wi-Fi hotspot, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. They also have Google voice assistant, maps, and an app store. Rear-seat passengers have their entertainment center, complete with a 12.6-inch display. Everybody can enjoy the Bose audio system.


Other Technologies

With the recent addition of lane-keeping assist, front and rear parking sensors, and automatic high beams, the Chevy Tahoe offers a reasonable amount of standard driver assists that will help you navigate through the Dover area. The Buckle to Drive feature is also now standard, so you won't be able to get the vehicle out of park unless the front-row passengers are buckled up. Add up to thirteen camera views. The off-roading Tahoe Z71 recently received an electronic limited-slip differential. Whether you're in Boonton or Newark, let the good people at Nielsen Chevrolet show you all that Tahoe models offer.