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With the Chevy Tahoe being all-new for the 2021 model year, its a good time to take a look at past generations and the evolution of the Chevy Tahoe. The 2021 model year brings exciting changes, such as a bigger and bolder design, class-leading interior space, a standard 10-inch touchscreen, and an optional diesel engine. Other changes include an independent rear suspension that offers a smoother ride, and magnetic ride control and air suspension that further improve the driving manners. With the available diesel engine, now you can tow heavy loads with impressive fuel efficiency. But what about the earlier generations of this impressive full-size SUV?
The fourth-generation of the Chevy Tahoe debuted with the 2015 model year, already dominating the full-size SUV market. But Chevy still made significant changes, with an all-new chassis, new styling, and an upgraded suspension and engine. And with an interior that was already one of the most luxurious in its class, there was no stopping the fourth-generation Tahoe. The third-generation (2007) also saw an extensive redesign, which included an improved chassis, more responsive steering, and a quieter and more upscale interior. This generation also saw the introduction of Active Fuel Management-equipped V8 engines, which offered segment-leading fuel efficiency.
The 2000 model year brought the second-generation of the Chevy Tahoe, which featured a more aerodynamic shape and two new engines, a 4.8-liter and a 5.3-liter V8. This generation also saw more emphasis on tech and entertainment with XM Satellite Radio with Bose audio and a built-in DVD entertainment system. The first-generation was built on a truck chassis similar to the Silverado and was available with manual and automatic transmissions. AutoTrac full-time all-wheel drive was also available, and a turbocharged 6.5-liter diesel V8 was also offered.