2007 Chevrolet Tahoe User Reviews
LT1 2WD shown
- $15,688 - $20,939
- No trim specified for this review
- Very quiet, mostly smooth ride,great looks,powertrain,options,2nd row captain chairs
- interior fit/finish,no multi-disc capability with Nav/DVD stereo,choose between rear storage,3d row
Purchased As Used
I just bought my 07 Tahoe 2 months ago because of my refusal to pay what they want for a new one and I'm very pleased overall. First Chevy/GM product in awhile and I think they have done a great job with this gen.of Tahoe. I have had a Sequoia in the past and loved it, but I have to say this is a nicer SUV and although not as good interior quality as Toyota, it's close enough to edge it out overall. Chevy needs to improve interior quality for it's final improvement in it's rise to the top. I love the exterior looks, the powertrain is strong, QUIET, smooth and easier access than a Ford or Toyota for engine work. It handles much better I think due to a lower center of gravity; whatever it is, more carlike than an Expedition or Sequoia. I haven't noticed the wind noise of other buyers, but I'm used to a 99 F150 and I listen to music most of the time. This vehicle had 67K on it when I got it and it drives like it's new. No noticeable squeaks, vibrations or major issues yet. The interior powerpoints on the right side of drivetrain don't work, but I'm confident I can fix that with a little look/research. DVD,CD,XM radio works awesome and love the wireless headphones and rear remote for DVD. I can listen to what I want up front while my kids can control completely from the rear seats with no interference. I would've expected a multi-disc changer with this top of line stereo, but the sound is of usual Bose quality; great. 2nd row captain chairs are the BOMB! I wasn't sure how I'd feel about them, but I love them. My dog can lay in between; the kids/adults can access 3d row/cargo area with more ease. It almost is like a van with these. The 3d row is essentially for kids or small ppl. I knew this buying it and I'm OK with it, but for those who want full 3d row capability, look elsewhere. My Sequoia had it. The storage with the 3d row down is almost negligible; can hold a few groceries. Again, something I can live with, but others may not. Although the seats don't fold down into floor, I don't find it an issue. I use the 3d row a lot, so folding them up doesn't present a problem and they can be easily folded and removed if desired. When folded up/removed, then there's plenty of storage. Has towing options like a full size SUV should and I love being able to choose between opening just the rear window or whole hatch. Easy opening with buttons on rear. Fuel mileage isn't quite what advertised; as with any full-size truck, driver/weather/weight/terrain dependent. My average mileage has improved the computer's average by a quarter mile to the gallon. I drive conservatively most of the time and watch my heavy foot tendencies. One last thing; Thumbs up on the power liftgate Chevy. Great form and function. Overall, love my Tahoe.
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