Here at Weelborg Chevrolet, we are excited to announce the new 2022 model line-up. If you do not see your vehicle in our new inventory, please reach out to our team for more information.

Review

With compact passenger arrangements and pickup-competitive hauling abilities, the 2022 Chevy Tahoe is as multifaceted as large-scale SUVs come. Chevy's second biggest three-row flatbed—the independently assessed Suburban is its first­—provides three motor choices: a standard 355-horsepower V8, a stronger 420-horsepower V8, and a petrol six-cylinder offering a stump-dragging 460 pound-feet of torque. 

The Tahoe's various model levels include the robust Z71 for dominating difficult territory and the more alluring High Country trim. Moreover, you’ll be sure to fall in love with its popular automation features and astonishingly silent cabin.

What's Expected for 2022?

Chevy plans on making some adjustments in the Tahoe lineup for 2022. The 420-horsepower 6.2-liter V8 is now accessible on the RST, Z71, and Premier model levels. The all-terrain-oriented Z71 incorporates a computerized limited-slip differential, as well. Each Tahoe excluding the base LS now offers a personalized 12.3-inch virtual gauge cluster. 

Moreover, the infotainment system with the LT and up have been improved with Google's maps, app store, and voice assistant features. The Tahoe's once shortlist of conventional driver assists increases with the integration of automatic high-beams, lane-keeping assist, front and back parking sensors, and much more. 

Furthermore, the capacity to access as many as 13 camera views is now accessible as well – with certain views specific to trailering. 

Cost and Which Trim to Purchase

The RST and Z71 trims hold the most bang for your buck in regards to best value, as the former is bolder and the latter is more suited for the adventurous type(s). The Z71's standard FWD, tough exterior, and complete all-terrain equipment make it a wise choice. 

Additionally, you can upgrade from the moderate caliber 5.3-liter V-8 to the freshly available 6.2-liter V-8, which offers an additional 65 horsepower as well as 77 pound-feet of torque. The Z71 is also armed with the Z71 trademark bundle, which offers a myriad of attractive benefits. 

The high points include a heated steering wheel, memory setting, second-row seats, blind-spot observation, improved towing tools and gadgets, and a comprehensive sunroof. 

With all of that said, the baseline LS model goes for $51,795. And at the upper end of the spectrum, the High Country trim is $72,045. 

Motor, Performance, and Transmission

The V8 has powered the Tahoe for its entire lifespan, and that practice continues into the next generation. But, its standard 355-horsepower 5.3-liter and accessible 420-horsepower 6.2-liter blocks are combined by a petrol 3.0-liter six-cylinder motor. While it offers the minimal amount of horsepower out of the three, its 460 pound-feet of torque equals that of the larger V8. 

Each Tahoe is armed with a 10-speed automatic transmission and either back- or AWD. We assessed the all-terrain-based Z71 trim with the normal V-8, which also offers a two-speed transfer case that supplies conventional FWD, 20-inch wheels sheathed with off-road tires, and underbody shielding. 

The Z71 bundle also delivers air springs (that permit the Tahoe's ride height to be instantaneously and manually let down or lifted) and adjustable dampers, which come stock on the higher Premier and High Country trims. 

Real-World MPG and Fuel Economy

As the most fuel-efficient variation, the 2022 Tahoe offers the available petrol motor, with rankings of 21 mpg in the city and 28 on the freeway. The normal 5.3-liter V8 is calculated to be moderately more economical within the city than the discretionary 6.2-liter V8, however, both are ranked at 20 mpg on the freeway. 

Interior, Cargo, and Comfort

This newest generation Tahoe brings its largest interior yet. Its once restricted third-row integrates around 10 inches of space, and the second-row seats can slide forward and backward to offer the necessary plasticity. Moreover, the Tahoe's inside bundling offers a nether and more levelled load floor due to its individual back suspension. 

To give you an idea of the additional space, you can fit up 6 to carry-on suitcases behind the third row. 

Infotainment and Connectedness

Pacified passengers make for relaxing road trips, and the Tahoe's strapping infotainment and connectivity attributes assist with ensuring that remains the case. Each trim is equipped with a 10.2-inch touchscreen that offers a Wi-Fi hotspot, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. 

Additionally, with its plethora of inside charging ports, the three-row Chevy provides a robust Bose audio network as well as a back-seat entertainment system with two 12.6-inch monitors fastened behind the front passenger and driver seats.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Attributes

The Chevy provides a multitude of intricate towing assists as well as its stacked roster of standard driver-assistance machinery. 

  • Standard forward-collision alert and automated emergency braking
  • Standard lane-departure alert and lane-keeping assist
  • Available blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic warning

Maintenance and Warranty Coverage

Chevy's limited and powertrain warranty are similar to each full-size SUV in its category.

  • Limited warranty covers up to 36,000 miles (or three years)
  • Powertrain warranty covers up to 60,000 miles (or five years)
  • Complimentary maintenance for the first visit is covered

Final Thoughts

With its compact design, sturdy build, and versatile attributes, the 2022 Chevrolet Tahoe is a new model that has a lot to offer, which makes it certainly worth your consideration. If you do not see your model in stock, please contact our team. Check out the available 2021 model new inventory here and our used inventory here.

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