Chevy Tahoe Wins 2022 Automotive Loyalty Award8
S&P Global Mobility announced the Chevy Tahoe as the winner in the Full-Size Utility division of its 27th annual Automotive Loyalty Awards. The Segment Model Loyalty Award won by the Tahoe recognizes model-level customer loyalty in an analytical award process that also gives a higher-level award to manufacturers.
Each February, S&P Global Mobility chooses award winners based on vehicle sales information from the immediately preceding calendar year. The research firm measures loyalty by “a household that owns a new vehicle” deciding to buy “another new vehicle of the same make, model or manufacturer.”
The Chevy Tahoe was one of five Chevrolet models that received a 2022 Segment Model Loyalty Award for 2022 despite “retaining loyal customers has been more challenging than ever before” according to S&P Global president of automotive insights Joe LaFeir. Low inventories caused by microchip shortages caused many new car buyers to shop around between brands and companies in search of available vehicles, lowering ordinary brand loyalty levels.
The other four GM nameplates that won the award for their division are listed below, along with the segment in which they achieved first place for loyalty.
- Small Utility segment: Chevy Equinox
- Heavy-Duty Pickup segment: Chevy Silverado 2500 and 3500
- Small Car segment: Chevy Bolt
- Luxury Sports Car segment: Chevy Corvette
GM, the parent company of the Chevy brand, won the 2022 “Overall Loyalty to Manufacturer” award, the next level up from the model loyalty awards. The General’s win puts it in the top place in the Automotive Loyalty Awards for the eighth consecutive year.
As a reminder, the 2023 Chevy Tahoe is offered with three different engine options, all three of which are paired with the GM 10-speed automatic transmission:
- The naturally aspirated 5.3L V8 L84 gasoline engine developing 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque
- The naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 L87 gasoline engine rated at 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque
- The 3.0L I6 LM2 turbodiesel Duramax engine cranking out 277 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque
The nameplate will receive a mid-cycle refresh with the launch of the 2024 Chevy Tahoe, with production scheduled to start in November 2023.
The 2023 Tahoe rides on the GM T1 platform, which is found under the skin of all The General’s current full-size SUVs. Production takes place at the GM Arlington plant in Texas.
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I sold a 2013 Tahoe to purchase my 22 Tahoe Premiere the upgrading was unbelievable WOW am I ever happy with my new one.
I did the same thing with a ’16 Yukon and I agree.
It’s a very nice vehicle but too pricey for a Chevy. The Chevy should be basic and leave the luxury to the GMC and Caddy versions.
I have been a Chevy guy my whole life I don’t want a GMC with that big ugly grill, or the overpriced Caddy that is really a chevy truck anyway. I bought the expensive Premiere model, but the base price is $52,000 that’s not pricy my loaded premiere was $70,000 when you compare it to all the different vehicles on the market this is a bargain for a full-frame vehicle that no one can compete with.
Yea who ever is in charge of vehicle design should be fired. Most of us are tired of big over done grills. Another topic, but the camaro refresh was terrible as well. No wonder it’s outsold by the competitors. Before I get all the hate and spam just remember I’m a hard core General Motors fan and have been my whole life.
Yea all the down comments are people that can’t handle the truth. Like they say “love is blind”… and so is brand-loyalty lol
All based on sales from Law Enforcement.
Just too many awards out there. Most do not make any sense and it’s just to sell advertising. What is missing are more important awards. * How about the best looking vehicle when it comes out of a car wash. * A vehicle that offers the most colors both interior and exterior colors. * An award that looks the best on a magazine cover. * An award for the most stolen vehicle. * High schooler’s choice award. * The most uncomfortable rear seats. All sounds dumb, so is many others that companies are proud to mention.