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The base Tahoe LS comes with a 5.3-liter V8 engine and either rear or four-wheel drive. Six-way power driver's seat, tri-zone climate control, SiriusXM radio and OnStar are also standard, along with the ability to tow up to 8,500 lbs. The LT adds leather seats, a remote starter, foglights, automatic climate control and heated front seats. Top-trim LTZ brings 20 -inch alloy wheels, power-folding mirrors, blind spot monitoring and 12-way cooled front seats and heated first-and-second rows.
The Ford Expedition offers a better third-row seat and nicer interior finish, but is not as powerful as the Tahoe. The Toyota Sequoia has a more powerful V8 that's also more refined, but its interior fit and finish is mediocre. The Nissan Armada also has a gutsy V8, but it's an aged design. The Dodge Durango offers better fuel economy and is more carlike, but doesn't tow as much and only seats 7 passengers.
While a crossover is a better choice for most families these days, the Tahoe makes a lot of sense for SUV shoppers who need a burly V8 to tow big loads and a sturdy chassis that offers higher payload than anything car-based. If you need a workhorse more than a people mover, the Tahoe is worth hard consideration.
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