2022 Chevrolet Tahoe

2022 Tahoe Photos
 Editors' Pick
Autoblog Rating
7.5

A well-rounded SUV with a spacious interior, powerful engines and useful technology.

Industry
9
Last year's complete redesign of GM's full-size SUVs was the most significant since the early 1990s, with the long-awaited switch to an independent rear suspension resulting in substantial improvements to the ride, handling, interior space and cargo capacity. The 2022 Chevrolet Tahoe and its extended-length Chevy Suburban sibling, which get a few key updates described below, are therefore more competitive against their scarce number of rivals. In fact, even if we might prefer the Ford Expedition's turbo V6 as a base engine and the Jeep Wagoneer's interior, the Chevrolets overall can be considered our new top full-size SUV choices. The reasons? The available diesel engine, for one, which will save you many hundreds of dollars every year compared to gas engines, while returning the same torque figure (at a lower rpm) than the big 6.2-liter gas V8. The interior features compelling technology thanks to the new-for-2022 Android Automotive infotainment system. The driving experience is also quite good for a truck-based vehicle, especially with the air suspension and/or magnetic damper options. While we still think you should be sure you really need the extreme capabilities of a full-size SUV to justify the initial price and fuel cost over a large crossover, the Chevy Tahoe and Suburban are least excellent examples of the breed. Interior & Technology  |  Passenger & Cargo Space  |  Performance, Towing & Fuel Economy What they're like to drive  |  Pricing & Features  |  Safety Features & Crash Ratings What's new for 2022? After being completely redesigned last year, Chevrolet has made a few key updates to the Tahoe and Suburban. Inside, all but the base LS trim level gets a new 12-inch digital gauge display bordered by a traditional analog tach and speedo (the old display was 8 inches). Those same trims also come standard with a 10.2-inch touchscreen running an all-new user interface powered by Android Automotive software. Lane-keeping assist and parking sensors are also now standard, while Reverse Automatic Braking is added to the top trim levels' Enhanced Display and Alert package. Finally, the 6.2-liter V8 option is expanded to the Z71, RST and Premier trim levels, but with the exception of the Premier, it requires selecting one or more packages. What's the Tahoe and Suburban interiors and in-car technology like? Unlike past generations, the current Chevy Tahoe and Suburban get an interior that’s completely different than the Silverado pickup truck. That’s a very good thing. The dashboard is fairly low, and cascades downward in a gentle curve. It’s thinner and has nice brightwork and detailing that both makes the cabin feel airier and more premium than that of the Silverado. Controls are generally easy to use, and although the push-button transmission selector is a little odd, it's ergonomically placed.  When it comes to tech, all but the base Tahoe for 2022 features a new 10.2-inch touchscreen infotainment system that runs Android Automotive software as skinned by GM. This is not to be confused with Android Auto, which is a common car feature that allows …
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Last year's complete redesign of GM's full-size SUVs was the most significant since the early 1990s, with the long-awaited switch to an independent rear suspension resulting in substantial improvements to the ride, handling, interior space and cargo capacity. The 2022 Chevrolet Tahoe and its extended-length Chevy Suburban sibling, which get a few key updates described below, are therefore more competitive against their scarce number of rivals. In fact, even if we might prefer the Ford Expedition's turbo V6 as a base engine and the Jeep Wagoneer's interior, the Chevrolets overall can be considered our new top full-size SUV choices. The reasons? The available diesel engine, for one, which will save you many hundreds of dollars every year compared to gas engines, while returning the same torque figure (at a lower rpm) than the big 6.2-liter gas V8. The interior features compelling technology thanks to the new-for-2022 Android Automotive infotainment system. The driving experience is also quite good for a truck-based vehicle, especially with the air suspension and/or magnetic damper options. While we still think you should be sure you really need the extreme capabilities of a full-size SUV to justify the initial price and fuel cost over a large crossover, the Chevy Tahoe and Suburban are least excellent examples of the breed. Interior & Technology  |  Passenger & Cargo Space  |  Performance, Towing & Fuel Economy What they're like to drive  |  Pricing & Features  |  Safety Features & Crash Ratings What's new for 2022? After being completely redesigned last year, Chevrolet has made a few key updates to the Tahoe and Suburban. Inside, all but the base LS trim level gets a new 12-inch digital gauge display bordered by a traditional analog tach and speedo (the old display was 8 inches). Those same trims also come standard with a 10.2-inch touchscreen running an all-new user interface powered by Android Automotive software. Lane-keeping assist and parking sensors are also now standard, while Reverse Automatic Braking is added to the top trim levels' Enhanced Display and Alert package. Finally, the 6.2-liter V8 option is expanded to the Z71, RST and Premier trim levels, but with the exception of the Premier, it requires selecting one or more packages. What's the Tahoe and Suburban interiors and in-car technology like? Unlike past generations, the current Chevy Tahoe and Suburban get an interior that’s completely different than the Silverado pickup truck. That’s a very good thing. The dashboard is fairly low, and cascades downward in a gentle curve. It’s thinner and has nice brightwork and detailing that both makes the cabin feel airier and more premium than that of the Silverado. Controls are generally easy to use, and although the push-button transmission selector is a little odd, it's ergonomically placed.  When it comes to tech, all but the base Tahoe for 2022 features a new 10.2-inch touchscreen infotainment system that runs Android Automotive software as skinned by GM. This is not to be confused with Android Auto, which is a common car feature that allows …
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$50,200 - $73,500 MSRP / Window Sticker Price
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Engine 5.3L V-8
MPG 15 City / 20 Hwy
Seating 8 Passengers
Transmission 10-spd w/OD
Power 355 @ 5600 rpm
Drivetrain rear-wheel
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