The 2021 Chevy Tahoe and Suburban full-size SUVs have arrived, and their unveiling promises to usher in a new generation of Chevrolet full-size family SUVs. They have been redesigned to raise the bar even higher, and their market share numbers, new features, and revamped mechanics promise to make them the company’s best full-size SUVs yet.
The Tahoe and Suburban have been dominating the full-size SUV market for years, and the arrival of the 2021 models will only increase Chevy’s market share. The Chevy Tahoe accounts for a whopping 31% of the segment’s market while the Suburban takes up 15% of the space.
Best-in-class numbers adorn both the 2021 Tahoe and the 2021 Suburban. The Tahoe comes with 66% more cargo room behind the third row than previous iterations while the Suburban carries 19% more cargo space behind the first row, both best-in-class figures.
The most advanced suspension among all full-size SUVs can be found in the new Tahoe and Suburban. Independent rear suspension can be combined with Magnetic Ride Control and Air Ride Adaptive Suspension, a first for the full-size SUV segment.
An updated 6.2L V8 engine can generate a best-in-class 420 horsepower. A standard ten-speed automatic transmission comes with all engines in both vehicles and includes a push-button electronic gear shift.