Here’s When 2023 Chevy Tahoe And Suburban Production Will Start22
The 2023 Chevy Tahoe and 2023 Chevy Suburban arrive as the third model year for their respective generations, following all-new generational overhauls introduced for the 2021 model year. Now, GM Authority has learned when production of 2023 Chevy Tahoe and 2023 Chevy Suburban is slated to begin.
According to GM Authority sources, regular production of the 2023 Chevy Tahoe and 2023 Chevy Suburban will kick off on July 18th, 2022. Both full-size SUV models are produced at the GM Arlington plant in Texas.
The 2023 Chevy Tahoe arrives as the third model year for the current fifth-generation nameplate, whereas the 2023 Chevy Suburban is the third model year for the current twelfth-generation nameplate. Although mechanically related, the Chevy Suburban is physically larger than the Chevy Tahoe, measuring in with a wheelbase that’s 13.2 inches longer, an overall length that’s 15 inches longer, and an overall width that’s 0.1 inches wider. Notably, the Chevy Tahoe is 0.2 inches taller. Check out our previous coverage of the difference between these two SUVs for more information.
As for the rest greasy bits, the 2023 Chevy Tahoe and 2023 Chevy Suburban are identical in terms of powertrain offerings. Both full-size SUVs are available with a trio of powerplant options, starting with the naturally aspirated 5.3L V8 L84 gasoline engine, rated at 355 horsepower at 5,600 rpm and 383 pound-feet of torque at 4,100 rpm, and followed by the naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 L87 gasoline engine, rated at 420 horsepower at 5,600 rpm and 460 pound-feet of torque. Both SUVs are also available with the 3.0L I6 LM2 turbodiesel Duramax, rated at 277 horsepower at 3,750 rpm and 460 pound-feet of torque at 1,500 rpm.
All three engine options connect to the GM 10-speed automatic transmission. Under the body panels, the 2023 Chevy Tahoe and 2023 Chevy Suburban ride on top of the GM T1 platform and feature a body-on-frame design, as well as independent multilink rear suspension introduced for the 2021 model year.
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I like the new Tahoe/Suburban but I am not a fan of the daytime running lights.
I feel like they took the Escalade’s and just bent them….. they look cheap to me, you can see the bend in the picture.
They also kind of look like someones legs got broken at the shins……
Make the light smaller perhaps and just end it at the bend?
or one bar that runs all away across the grill running right behind the Bowtie?
In December ‘21 I Placed an order with my dealer for a ‘22 Suburban and traded my ‘15 Suburban. Constraints and lack of production slot availability have prevented the order from getting placed. Now 2 months from ‘23 production beginning, what happens to my order for a ‘22?
Same. Ordered a Suburban in November 2021 and still not in production. My dealer told me it will likely be a MY23 when I get it.
Your dealer took your order, told you they had it placed with GM and never did. Dealers do this so you wont shop them with another store. Bad practice when someone thinks they have an order placed and it never shows. I have been effected by this and now both of you have as well.
Mark, not true. I have my 6 digit order number and it’s accepted by GM. I can look it up in Chevy’s system, and it shows it was placed by the dealer in November, but GM has not yet scheduled it for production. You should always immediately get your 6 digit order # from the dealer before leaving.
100% Correct, the order can be placed but if they don’t have allocation it will not proceed. Or if an option goes on constraint it’s not going to build until it is.
Also not always true. Trust me I’ve figured out their entire game. I have been doing this for over a year. They all lie, I have literally CAUGHT THEM stealing the allocations for my order. Just because you have an order (which I have), doesn’t mean it just automatically goes through like something you buy on Amazon. The dealer gets the allocations and they are the ones to put the order through after they get the allocations. I’m addition to the fact that certain things that I want have been on constraint so there is a very low chance of them getting the allocations for these items in the first place. And I want a bench seat on a premier which they are reluctant to order. And there’s other things too. It’s a joke. And it’s bs that you can’t order a damn car normally.
What feature(s) did you select that are causing the delay? Get your dealer to figure out that detail so if you need to place an order for a 2023, you can skip that feature. Then you should get it in 3-6 months.
I ordered high country trim and 3.0L diesel
Like to see a ZR2 Tahoe please gm build it and offer a 2 row opt for us off-roaders overlanders car campers who have no need or want a 3rd row we want payload towing
There’s your issue. The diesel has been on really low numbers and high countries not much better
Sounds like you should have modified your order to meet constraints.
Well Bill you are not the only one. Back in December I ordered a Yukon SLT with the Duramax and my dealer tells me GM isn’t putting Diesels in the SUVs for awhile. But they always say in the gm authority that they are still manufacturing them. It’s really getting frustrating.
They are producing them, I check the inventory all the time, they’re just telling people they can’t order them now. So that when they get the allocation for it, they order it for themselves and put it on the lot and make $10k over sticker rather than selling it at sticker to the person who would’ve ordered it. And every dealership has a different story they come up with for why they can’t be ordered.
I can believe this
We have recently discovered that dealerships are stealing allocations. My husband has dealer background but even this scum was beyond our imagination. They are taking customer orders and then using those allocations to place their own orders and selling them for $10k over sticker. We discovered it when I found the almost exact suburban I ordered, the ONE DAY it was online inventory and cars.com. I was first in line, I’ve been talking to them for over a year. My build is like a unicorn, there are none in the country and haven’t been, and all of a sudden 14 months after waiting, I see this one at the same dealership. We confronted them and they of course have 100 lies to go with it. I am still fuming over it. I can’t believe they’re getting away with this.
Rob that’s nothing. I am being told up here in Canada the wait for ESV Escalade is 2 years. Also….current production has no Super Cruise.
Why isn’t there any news on the the Arlington Plant having issues with shipping out ready to go Yukons? I’ve had a Yukon Denali sitting in the quality control lot for weeks. Updates from the dealership say that there’s not a part or chip issue. It just hasn’t been invoiced, absolutely no ETA for shipping, as we now get into the 6th month of the year. All the dealerships tell me the same, they can’t get the Yukons they’ve ordered that are already built and ready to go.
When can I start ordering the 2023 Suburban?
They’ve been ordering 2023 since the end of May. Good luck getting one though unless you want a bare LT with nothing in it. And I’m not gonna spend $80k on a car that I don’t really want. That defeats the purpose.