The Chevrolet Tahoe began life in 1992 as a two-door Suburban variant of the Blazer. In 1995, however, Chevrolet added a four-door model to the lineup and changed its name to Tahoe. The two-door model was dropped during a second generation redesign in 2000, and the Tahoe continues in its third generation as a four-door model.
Despite being shorter than the Suburban, the Tahoe can still seat up to nine people with an optional third-row bench. It also shares the Suburban’s body-on-frame design, so can deliver the off-road and towing capabilities of a traditional SUV.