Custom 2021 Chevy Tahoe Riding On 4-Inch Lift For Sale10
A custom 2021 Chevy Tahoe High Country SUV riding on lifted suspension and aftermarket wheels was recently listed for sale by Hurst Autoplex in Hurst, Texas.
Highlights for the SUV include a substantial four-inch body lift courtesy of ReadyLIFT, while under the fenders, this Chevy Tahoe rolls on a set of 20-inch Fuel Siege wheels, the latter of which include a split Y-spoke design and black finish. Wrapping the new rollers are Toyo Open Country MT tires, sized at LT345/80R20.
The black wheels work well with the SUV’s Cherry Red Tintcoat paint, a Premium color choice priced at $495, as well as the Jet Black/Mocha interior treatment. Leather upholstery is also included.
Under the hood, this 2021 Chevy Tahoe runs the naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 L87 gasoline engine, which is rated at 420 horsepower at 5,600 rpm and 460 pound-feet of torque at 4,100 rpm. Output is routed through a 10-speed automatic transmission, feeding all four wheels.
The Chevy Tahoe is all-new for the 2021 model year, introducing a fresh fifth generation. This particular model is the High Country, the range-topping trim level in the 2021-model-year lineup.
Highlights include a plethora of infotainment and tech features including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, wireless phone charging, and a premium Bose sound system. The SUV also includes the rear DVD entertainment package, head-up display, satellite radio, and a plethora of safety and convenience features, such as a blind spot monitoring system, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, forward collision alert, and a rear backup camera.
Up top, there’s a twin-panel moonroof, while the front seats are both heated and cooled. The second-row seats are heated as well, as is the steering wheel.
Now, this well-equipped, customized 2021 Chevy Tahoe is available through Hurst Autoplex, priced at $89,991. The odometer reads 970 miles, per the Hurst Autoplex Instagram feed.
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Source: Hurst Autoplex
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That’s a high high country
I initially was wondering how this worked with the air suspension, but I now see this truck does not have that system from the factory. I’d be curious to see if anyone can figure out how to lift these Tahoe/Yukon’s with the air suspension system.
You must not know how they’ve been doing lifts all this time. It’s most Likely a combination of both longer shocks and/or Stut blocks which pretty much just extend the mounting location of the struts. Think a cylinder with threaded holes that match where the bolts go to fashion the original strut location. But in this case 4 inches in the front. Since the rear is also independent suspension I assume the same goes for the back now. Just slap on the block/spacers and viola.
Pretty low tech, doesn’t help the drivability at all, increases strain on the suspension parts. The ride won’t be smoother if they used the cheap shocks, if they opted for Fox shocks then it’s still a waste because they were meant for jumping not street use so you also increase the chances of flipping. Now that your truck is 4 inches taller good luck trying to park it in a city parking garage, since you can’t lower it at this point any way. Ah and lastly, assuming they didn’t think of this but the CV joints will need replacement in about 35-40k miles since they’ll be at an awkward angle for more time than they should be. Hence why most airlift suspension systems limit the speed of duration you can go at it’s highest points.
Should’ve had fancier wheels for a High Country, otherwise i like it
I suspect they have an issue with the factory ECM reading the changed suspension system and taller tire. The dash probably looks like a Christmas tree!
I don’t understand why you do this to a new vehicle.
Because they have a small pepe
I like it. Beats the smallish Jeeps, SUVs, and trucks with a bed cover. More passenger room, storage, towing, ground clearance, and all around POWER for those backroads. Any outdoors person knows this truck is suited for the country. Having a vehicle of this size and capability is a welcomed entrant. Also, living in the country with 4 seaons to get to the grocery store or city is going to easily be managed with this vehicle in comfort. A huge hit for people that just like lifted vehicles…
As for price, less than a stock Escalade, Raptor, SRT Durango, Jeep Wagoneer, Jeep Grand Cherokee, and an aftermarket 4×4 customized truck.
If the tires are to aggressive maybe they can put on All Terrain tires vs Mudders….
Lower case gm’s flap front design team needs to joining the ranks of the unemployed. Hideous silly cheap plastic flaps don’t do justice to the automobile industry whatsoever. Looks absolutely cheap and show’s a serious lack of design talent.