This big SUV, which is built on a full-sized pickup chassis, seems like a throwback in a world where nearly every other SUV is now based on a carlike unibody structure. It's a virtual twin of the GMC Yukon and essentially a shorter version of the Chevrolet Suburban, with a 20-inch shorter length and about 24 cubic feet less cargo room.
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Chevrolet Tahoe Road Test

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We'd get the Premier version -- its Magnetic Ride Control package significantly improves the Tahoe's emergency handling, in addition to improving the ride. Lower trim lines without this feature have sloppy handling in emergency situations. If you plan to frequently tow a big trailer, go for the M...
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