An all-new 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe costs a little more than the outgoing vehicle.
The next-generation full-size Tahoe SUV’s price starts at $50,295 for the LS version, according to Car and Driver citing the manufacturer. Thus, the new 2021 Tahoe in the basic configuration will be $1,000 more expensive than the previous entry level model.
The price difference is even smaller for the LT middle trim level. The new model will cost from $55,095, or $800 more. The top variant, Premier, on the contrary, becomes $100 cheaper and costs $63,895.
The new Tahoe will have a modification with a diesel 3.0-liter inline-six engine developing 277 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque. Car and Driver expects the diesel Tahoe will be about $4,000 pricier than a gasoline version.
The new flagship will be initially sold with a gasoline 6.2-liter 355-hp V8 mated with a 10-speed automatic transmission.
This spring, production of the new Tahoe will start from models with a shortened wheelbase. Longer versions will appear shortly thereafter. The diesel-powered Tahoe will be launched in the fall of 2020.