2004 Chevrolet TahoeTried to Buy American - California09/18/2007
The car looks, feels and handles great. It's all about quality however. Rattles, noises, and now the entire guage cluster is failing; at least an $800 dollar expense. The car is just over 3 years old with 39,000 miles. Extremely well taken care of. I guess Chevy knew something about the quality when they set the standard warrant (3 years, 36k miles)! Oor Toyotas- still as solid as when new (and quite a bit older) with no major repairs needed. It's back to Toyota for us!!
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2010 Chevrolet TahoeArnaldo Borrero-Rivera - Colorado Springs, CO07/25/2015
This is my second Tahoe, I have own other makes of SUVs and this Tahoe are by far the best. Other than some minor issues with door actuators and power side mirrors most visits to the dealership have been for regular maintenance.Powerful engine, great to tackle winter snow months in Colorado with the 4X4. Gas consumption, although best in class, is a little high specially if you do your driving mainly within the city, however the flex fuel option allow you to use the cheap gas.
1996 Chevrolet Tahoewarrenmom - Houston, TX01/20/2007
I have driven this vechicle for a number of years and love all the safety this vechicle offers. Without my child would have been killed in an economy type vechicle. I believe you have to ask yourself what is more important, saving a life or saving pennies in gas.
We’re taking a closer look at the most searched cars and trucks on carmax.com in 2017. Shoppers across the country are looking for Jeep Wranglers, Ford F-150s, and Honda Accords. They also want lots of vehicle features to enhance their rides. Shoppers in Atlanta want a Chevy Tahoe and third-row seats. People in Washington, DC, like looking for a Jeep Wrangler and Bluetooth®. In Austin, shoppers are hunting for a Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and leather seats. And, in Boise, folks can’t get enough of the Ford F-150 with 4X4 power!
We took a look at our most popular vehicles in the fall and where people are tailgating the most, and choose those we think are perfect for tailgating. Whether you’re an armchair quarterback, a high-school football fanatic, or a pro-football devotee, there’s a vehicle for you.
Vehicles with third-row seating have plenty of features for nearly every type of driver. For families that need a great family-friendly vehicle, SUVs, crossovers, and minivans with third-row seats give passengers roomy interiors and still have enough power to haul plenty of vacation equipment or moving supplies.
Looking for a vehicle with a rugged, spacious design? Hybrid SUVs can offer you the best of both worlds! Explore our list of the best-selling hybrid SUVs on our lots from January 1, 2017, through October 31, 2017.