2022 Chevy Tahoe Gets New Price Increase9
The 2022 Chevy Tahoe arrives as the second model year of the latest fifth-generation nameplate, introducing a selection of updates and changes as compared to the all-new 2021 model year. Notably, General Motors just increased pricing for the 2022 Chevy Tahoe.
Looking over the latest pricing info, General Motors has increased the MSRP for all models and configurations of the 2022 Chevy Tahoe. Notably, these latest price increases follow previous price increases put in place late last November, at which time GM increased 2022 Chevy Tahoe pricing by a flat $500 across the board, as compared to the prices outlined at order start for the 2022 model year.
The latest price increases for each 2022 Chevy Tahoe trim level are as follows:
- LS: +$350
- LT: +$450
- Z71: +$750
- RST: +$750
- Premier: +$800
- High Country: +$700
Check out the table below for a more complete breakdown of the current 2022 Chevy Tahoe pricing and how it compares to previous MSRP figures:
|Trim Level||Drivetrain||Powertrain||Late March 2022 MSRP||Late November 2021 MSRP||Order Start MSRP|
|LS||2WD||5.3L V8 L84||$52,195||$51,845||$51,345|
|LS||2WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$53,190||$52,840||$52,340|
|LS||4WD||5.3L V8 L84||$55,195||$54,845||$54,345|
|LS||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$56,190||$55,840||$55,340|
|LT||2WD||5.3L V8 L84||$57,695||$57,245||$56,745|
|LT||2WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$58,690||$58,240||$57,740|
|LT||4WD||5.3L V8 L84||$60,695||$60,245||$59,745|
|LT||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$61,690||$61,240||$60,740|
|Z71||4WD||5.3L V8 L84||$63,195||$62,445||$61,945|
|Z71||4WD||6.2L V8 L87||$71,795||$71,045||$70,545|
|RST||2WD||5.3L V8 L84||$61,195||$60,445||$59,945|
|RST||2WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$62,190||$61,440||$60,940|
|RST||2WD||6.2L V8 L87||$65,010||$64,260||$63,760|
|RST||4WD||5.3L V8 L84||$64,195||$63,445||$62,945|
|RST||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$65,190||$64,440||$63,940|
|RST||4WD||6.2L V8 L87||$68,010||$67,260||$66,760|
|Premier||2WD||5.3L V8 L84||$65,995||$65,195||$64,695|
|Premier||2WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$66,990||$66,190||$65,690|
|Premier||2WD||6.2L V8 L87||$68,490||$67,690||$67,190|
|Premier||4WD||5.3L V8 L84||$68,995||$68,195||$67,695|
|Premier||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$69,990||$69,190||$68,690|
|Premier||4WD||6.2L V8 L87||$71,490||$70,690||$70,190|
|High Country||2WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$71,295||$70,595||$70,095|
|High Country||2WD||6.2L V8 L87||$72,795||$72,095||$71,595|
|High Country||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$74,295||$73,595||$73,095|
|High Country||4WD||6.2L V8 L87||$75,795||$75,095||$74,595|
Note that all prices listed above include a $1,695 Destination Freight Charge.
So far, the Chevy Tahoe has exhibited impressive sales strength, with total Chevy Tahoe sales last year amounting to 106,030 units, a 30-percent increase as compared to the 88,238 units sold in 2020. In second place behind the Tahoe in the full-size SUV segment is the Ford Expedition with 81,988 units sold last year, followed by the GMC Yukon with 51,365 units sold.
Sales Numbers - Mainstream Full-Size SUVs - 2021 - United States
|MODEL||Q4 21 / Q4 20||Q4 21||Q4 20||YTD 21 / YTD 20||YTD 21||YTD 20||YTD 21 SHARE||YTD 20 SHARE|
|GMC YUKON XL||+16.40%||10,109||8,685||+46.28%||32,877||22,475||9%||8%|
As for specs, the 2022 Chevy Tahoe is available with the naturally aspirated 5.3L V8 L84 gasoline engine, the naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 L87 gasoline engine, or the 3.0L I6 LM2 turbodiesel Duramax. Under the skin is the GM T1 platform, while production takes place at the GM Arlington plant in Texas.
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does the price increase also include ALL the chips needed for a complete vehicle or is that an EXTRA cost
Guaranteed by GM on all models: missing chips, recalls for lifters, crappy color choices, price increases. Enjoy the ride.
Welcome back to the 80’s where inflation ran hot. I recall my first mortgage had a 13% interest rate.
Good Night, price increases on fictitious vechials. What will they think of next.
The Limo pool at logan Airport is full of new Escalades Tahoes and Yukons. Good for those limo owners for getting these.
A company the US bailed out and exists today ONLY because of us….they have sold all their vehicles over the last two years AT MSRP, requiring BNOI WORK, NO EFFORT on the sales force, no discounts or rebates, they have made a fortune while dumbing down the vehicles due to “shortages” and THIS is how they treat the future customers…………..screw you GM. I will NEVER buy another vehicle from you and I was planning on a new Tahoe Premium/GMC Denali\, or Escalade once I can get what I want without ordering (I already tried that and you filed miserably.)
It’s time to call a spade a spade
GM increases its MSRP by $500 plus, charges hundreds/thousands for other added options, but offers a whopping $50 credit when removing an option. Funny how the cost of options plummets when removing them as compared to adding them!