General Motors has long dominated the full-size SUV market with its Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban, GMC Yukon and Yukon Denali, and Cadillac Escalade family. These vehicles are also highly profitable for GM, as the automaker likes to brag that the profits it makes from the sale of these prized horses alone would be good enough to make the Fortune 400. So with those kinds of figures in mind, The General has priced the 2015 Tahoe, Suburban and Yukon families. Unsurprisingly, they’re more expensive than ever before.
The most basic of Tahoes, the LT 2WD, will set you back $45,890, while a Yukon XL Denali 4×4 runs nearly $70,000. Keep in mind, too, that the 6.2L V8 L86 is currently only available in the 2015 Yukon Denali models, and not Chevrolet’s SUVs. For those wondering why this is, the answer is very simple: the take rate on 6.2L V8 Tahoes and Suburbans was minute back when it was actually offered.
The chart below reflects the MSRP of every Chevrolet and GMC full-size SUV. Keep in mind that the prices include the $995 destination fee.
|VEHICLE||TRIM 1||TRIM 2||TRIM 3|
|2015 TAHOE (2WD)||LS – $45,890||LT – $50,995||LTZ – $59,995|
|2015 TAHOE (4WD)||LS – $48,890||LT – $53,995||LTZ – $62,995|
|2015 SUBURBAN (2WD)||LS – $48,590||LT – $53,695||LTZ – $62,695|
|2015 SUBURBAN (4WD)||LS – $51,590||LT – $56,695||LTZ – $65,695|
|2015 YUKON (2WD)||SLE – $47,330||SLT – $55,730||DENALI – $63,675|
|2015 YUKON (4WD)||SLE – $50,330||SLT – $58,730||DENALI – $66,675|
|2015 YUKON XL (2WD)||SLE – $50,030||SLT – $58,430||DENALI – $66,375|
|2015 YUKON XL (4WD)||SLE – $53,030||SLT – $61,430||DENALI – $69,375|