These 2022 Chevy Tahoe, Suburban Chrome Wheels Are Unavailable To Order4
Three optional chrome 22-inch wheels available on the 2022 Chevy Tahoe and 2022 Chevy Suburban are currently unavailable to order, GM Authority has learned.
The LPO-level, dealer-installed wheels that are currently unavailable include the following models (RPO code listed in parentheses):
- 22-inch Bright Chrome wheels, LPO (SF1)
- 22-inch Multi-split spoke Chrome wheels, LPO (SSW)
- 22-inch Multi-spoke Chrome wheels, LPO (SSI)
It’s not clear why these wheels are unavailable to order, however GM has experienced consistent supply issues with certain 22-inch wheels since early last year. As GM Authority uncovered last spring, the supply issues were previously tied to shipping delays, with many 22-inch wheels left in boxes at the port of Los Angeles as they waited to clear customs from China. It’s unclear if this situation has persisted to delay these chrome wheels, or if another problem is behind the supply snag.
Two of the wheels that are currently unavailable to order, RPO SSW and RPO SSI, were added to the 2022 Chevy Tahoe and 2022 Chevy Suburban order books for the 2022 model year, as we reported previously. Three other wheel options were also added to the order books along with the two chrome 22-inch units, including a multi-spoke gloss black 22-inch set (RPO SRV) and a 20-inch machine face set (RPO SRL). In total, the 2022 Suburban and 2022 Tahoe offer 16 wheel choices between both factory-installed and LPO-level, dealer-installed wheels.
As previously reported by GM Authority, the 2022 Chevy Tahoe and 2022 Chevy Suburban full-size SUVs went into production on October 4th at the GM Arlington Assembly plant in Texas. Pricing for the 2022 Chevy Tahoe starts at $51,845 including destination freight, while the larger 2022 Chevy Suburban is priced from $54,545.
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Oh no this ain’t good for General Motors
I was going to order a new Yukon Denali to replace my 2018 Denali but with some options and amenities not available or on hold why bother? When I pay 80K for a vehicle I want to make no sacrifices. I love my Denali but I can wait.
The only way this news could be any better is if they were to become permanently unavailable.
Fortunately the Denali Trim Yukon and Caddy Escalade are being affected by the least amount of feature cuts… so far.
Put a deposit down to hold a 2022 production slot for a ‘22 Yukon Denali and still haven’t gotten a VIN generated for it! Who knows, maybe it will be a ‘23 by the time it gets built.