The Chevrolet Tahoe was completely redesigned for 2007. Interior material quality improved, and the redesign offers more coordinated steering and a bit more power. Overall, the 2007 Tahoe is a solid crossover SUV and a go-to choice for families seeking comfortable vehicles suitable for towing and occasional off-roading.
There are three trim levels for the 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe: LS, LT and LTZ. The Chevy Tahoe LS feature package is well equipped with stability control, power windows and locks, dual-zone climate control and an MP3-compatible CD player. The LT has three sub-levels: LT-1, LT-2 and LT-3. LT-1 has steering wheel audio controls, bucket seats with console and fog lamps. The LT-2 adds leather seating, six-disc CD changer, rear parking assist, power adjust pedals and remote vehicle starting. LT-3 has side-curtain airbags, heated front seats, and a great audio system with satellite radio. Meanwhile, the LTZ has all of these features in addition to 20-inch wheels, heated second row seats and power-folding second row seats.
After its redesign, the 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe addressed almost all of the 2006 Tahoe's shortcomings. Its interior design is excellent and the exterior styling is more aerodynamic than earlier models. The 2007 Tahoe seats up to nine adults with a comfortable, spacious cabin.
Chevrolet offers a choice between two V8 engines for the 2007 Chevy Tahoe. A 5.3L V8 engine capable of producing 320 horsepower, or a 4.8L V8 engine in the front-wheel drive Tahoe. The 2007 Tahoe offers optional all-wheel drive, and a four-speed automatic transmission is standard.
Kicking off the third generation of Chevy Tahoes, the 2007 model has a large, sturdy exterior. It boasts redesigned front-end, hood and tail lights to give it a sleeker and more angular feel. This delivers a more upscale appearance than its predecessors. Its significantly redesigned luxurious interior has upgraded upholstery, and the interior features wooden trims with new chrome accents.