Stop by your local Chevrolet dealership for a 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe you’ll be asked to fork over $48,195 (including a $1,195 destination charge), an increase of $700 over the freshly redesigned 2015 model.
Those hungry for the LTZ model will also have to shell out extra cash. $525 to be exact.
Thankfully, you won’t dig deeper for nothing. The MY16 features a new eight-inch color touchscreen Chevrolet MyLink system standard on all models, replacing the minuscule four-inch screen previously found on the base LS model. The infotainment system is also stuffed with the latest tech features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and OnStar 4G LTE in-car Wi-Fi, which was added during the 2015 mid-year year update.
Sales for the Chevrolet Tahoe are down nearly 10 percent year-over-year.