Designed to Impress
The 2017 Chevy Tahoe has been the go-to SUV for outdoor adventurers since the early 90s and, according to the good folks at Car and Driver, that isn’t about to change anytime soon. Optional features like Magnetic Ride Control automatically adjust to suit road conditions, ensuring a smooth, comfortable ride even on rugged terrain, and making the Tahoe perfect for off-road escapades. This system is helped along by the support and strength provided by independent front and multi-link rear suspension, as well as by the 4-wheel ABS brakes that provide enhanced control of the big machine even during emergency stops.
Other desirable amenities drivers can select when building their ideal performance SUV include Autotrac 2-speed and 4WD transfer cases, performance brakes, and an integrated trailer brake controller for those who desire a little more power and support. Hill Start Assist and the available Hill Descent Control help drivers to manage loads of any size no matter how steep the incline, while StabiliTrak stability control and standard trailer sway control features manage the usual vagaries of high-speed driving and windy roadways.