2019 Chevrolet Tahoe Walk Around

Both inside and outside, the square-profiled Tahoe is both handsome and old-fashioned, carrying on with a clean and timeless design. Its overall silhouette hasn’t changed much over the years.

At the front end, split headlights flank a sizable, heavily-chromed grille. In the back, the Tahoe’s boxy shape pairs a big rectangular tailgate and squared-off taillights.

Rally Sport Truck (RST) versions of the Tahoe show greater restraint with chrome. Instead, black accents and 22-inch wheels help convey a sportier appearance.


Considering its size and truck-based construction, the Tahoe’s cabin is surprisingly car-like. Assembly quality excels. So do the supportive seats. Even base LS models feature soft-touch materials, with stitched panels on dashboard and doors.

Front occupants can expect impressive seat comfort, but accommodations decline for passengers in second-row and rear seats. Captain’s chairs are standard up front, flanking a wide, roomy center console.

Second-row legroom is decent and head clearance abundant for outboard passengers. Most Tahoes contain a 60/40-split bench. Captain’s chairs are available, easing entry to the third row. Nimble adults should have little trouble accessing the back row. Once there, however, a high floor shrinks the comfort level.

With seatbacks in both rear rows folded, cargo volume approaches 95 cubic feet. Raising the second row reduces space to a still-impressive 52 cubic feet. Space dips sharply, to 15.3 cubic feet, behind the third row. The surprisingly high floor can impede easy loading of luggage.

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