The 2015 Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe will, predictably, carry a price premium of $1,000 to $3,000 over the outgoing models when the full-size SUV’s go on sale in the spring of 2014, the Automotive News reports.
Based on order guides sent to dealers this week, the price of a base 2015 Tahoe will be $45,595 including destination fees, up $1,000 from 2014 models. A four-wheel drive 2015 Tahoe in LT trim will now be $2,510 more expensive than the comparable 2014 model, at $53,995. Pricing before options for a new, top of the line 4WD LTZ model will be $62,595, $2,640 higher than last year.
Like the Tahoe, a base model Suburban will cost $1,000 more than the ’14 base model at $48,295. A 4WD LT model will be $3,440 more, ringing in it $56,995. The price of a 4WD LTZ jumps $3,300 to $65,595 before options.
A General Motors spokesperson confirmed to AN that dealer order guides for the Tahoe and Suburban have been sent out, but added GM is not yet ready to announce pricing.