Prospective buyers and interested fans will be delighted to hear that the 2021 Tahoe configurator and 2021 Suburban configurator are now live and online, providing a chance to spec theirs to taste while combing through the options and pricing details.
Starting prices for the 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe are set at $55,095 (with destination) for the base-model LT with 2WD, ranging as high as $73,895 (with destination) for the range-topping High Country with 4WD. Meanwhile, the 2021 Chevrolet Suburban starts at $57,795 (with destination) for the base-model LT with 2WD, and $75,300 (with destination) for High Country models with 4WD.
For now, both full-size Chevy SUVs are on track for the Start of Regular Production (SORP) in June. Both models will be produced at GM’s production facility in Arlington, Texas.
Notably, both the 2021 Tahoe configurator and 2021 Suburban configurator do not list the optional turbodiesel 3.0L I6 LM2 Duramax with the available engine options. As we covered previously, the new diesel engine option will see late availability for both models, with diesel-equipped Tahoe and Suburban’s rolling off the line approximately three months after SORP.
For now, the 2021 Tahoe configurator and 2021 Suburban configurator include the naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 L87, which is standard on High Country models, and the naturally aspirated 5.3L V8 L84, which is standard across the rest of the trim level lineup. Both engines, as well as the late-available LM2 diesel, mate to the GM 10-speed automatic transmission.
As GM Authority was first to report, and confirmed by the the 2021 Tahoe configurator and 2021 Suburban configurator, both models offer illuminated Black bowtie emblems. Both models also offer illuminated Chevrolet mirror emblem lighting.
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