The Z71 model gets available electronic limited-slip differential.
The 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster is now standard on LT trims and above.
When the stakes are this high, quick and easy updates can often make a huge difference. In the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban’s case, adding a little more technology and giving buyers access to more power at a lower price point can make a huge difference.
Though the 5.3-litre V8 is a reliable and efficient powerplant, many who enjoy and/or need more power prefer the 420-horsepower 6.2-litre mill. For 2022, the 6.2-litre will become an option on the RST, Z71, and Premier, and remains standard with the High Country. When selecting the option with the RST, buyers also receive GM’s excellent Magnetic Ride Control.
Also, for the 2022 models, a new 12.3-inch digital instrument display will be standard from the LT trim and up. The new Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban will now be offered with up to 13 available, unique camera views, for when trailering is a way of life. Finally, Google built-in will also be standard on trims LT and above. Google Assistant, Google Maps, and Google Play are integrated into the vehicle’s infotainment system. It works with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
“Tahoe and Suburban customers keep coming back thanks to the capability, space, and technology these vehicles bring to every road trip or daily drive,” said Kelly MacDonald, director, Chevrolet Truck Marketing. “Chevrolet keeps innovating with these popular full-size SUVs, and it’s part of the formula that makes them segment leaders.”