General Motors is becoming increasingly popular in the Middle East, not only with its luxurious Cadillac brand, but with Chevrolet as well. The brand’s Tahoe and Suburban nameplates are two of the most popular full-size SUVs on sale in the region, and Chevy is hoping to continue this success after introducing the new 2015 model variants of the vehicles.
The Tahoe and Suburban will be available with all the same amenities in the Middle East as in North America. That means the same EcoTec3 5.3-liter V8 engine, available magnetic ride control, six USB ports and power outlets, available rear seat entertainment and an eight-inch color touch screen complete with Chevy’s MyLink infotainment system, among much more.
Customers in the Middle East can expect the new bowtie-badged full-size SUVs to reach showrooms in time for next month. Three trim levels will be available, LS, LT and the range-topping LTZ model along with a choice of either 2WD or 4WD. Prices start at AED 157,000 (US $42,745) for a 2WD LS Tahoe and top out at AED 232,000 (US $63,165) for a 4WD LTZ model. The Suburban LS will start at AED 166,000 (US $45,195) and will fetch AED 242,000 (US $65,887) for a 4WD LTZ.