Fifth Generation: The 2015 Tahoe is Stylish and Refined

By: Toni Cunningham | October 14, 2013

If you’re in the market for a large, full-size SUV but still want a vehicle with style, the 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe is calling your name.

The fifth generation model is much more upscale and refined than previous ones, but the new edition doesn’t sacrifice efficiency for elegance. In fact, the 2015 Tahoe is much more proficient than previous models.

One of the first things you’ll notice is that the overall design of the Tahoe is more polished and sculpted. Thanks to a direct-injected EcoTec 3 powertrain and improved aerodynamics, the 2015 Tahoe is more fuel efficient, and results in a quieter ride. The newly designed inlaid doors also create a more aerodynamic vehicle, and thus, less road noise.

Like the new (and larger) Suburban, the 2015 Tahoe incorporates tons of new safety technologies, including forward collision alert, radar crash avoidance, front park assist, rear cross traffic alert and more.

The 2015 Tahoe is equipped with a standard 5.3L V-8 engine with a six-speed automatic transmission. The standard model is equipped with 2WD, but 4WD is optional.

Like several of Chevrolet’s most recent vehicles, the 2015 Tahoe comes equipped with MyLink Connectivity, a system that incorporates Bluetooth, voice recognition software and touch screen technology. Other state-of-the-art technologies include direct injection, cylinder deactivation, advanced combustion system and more.

The vehicle’s engine mounts, adaptive exhaust systems and electronic throttle control are also superior to previous models. If you’ve ever driven a car with a brake problem, that won’t be the case with the 2015 Tahoe—a brand new four-wheel-disc brake system creates better brake performance, as well as doubles the lifetime of your brakes.

You’ll never have to fumble around with your iPod in order to get your road trip playlist going again, either. The 2015 Tahoe comes equipped with a Driver Information Screen, which displays all technology—including phone calls, texts and playlists—in one place. However, should you need to charge your phone or upload something to your device, the vehicle comes with up to six USB ports and a dozen charging stations.

Whether you’re towing a boat or just cruising rough terrain, the 2015 Tahoe will not disappoint. It will be available early spring 2014.

For more information on the 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe, visit www.chevrolet.com.

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