Why We’re Excited About The New Tahoe & Suburban (And You Should Be, Too)

ImageGeneral Motors unveiled all-new redesigned full size SUV’s across the board in the last quarter of 2013: the 2015 GMC Yukon and Yukon XL, Cadillac Escalade, and of course, the Tahoe and Suburban.

Although they all went under some great make-overs, we’re undoubtedly most excited about the Tahoe and Suburban, not only because we’re a Chevy dealership, but the 2 bow tie-wearing full-size SUVs are the industry’s segment leaders, and their new-and-improved versions will only help that legacy continue just as strongly. The 2015 Suburban year model will also be representative of its 80th anniversary, and 12th generation of the original SUV.

Introduced in September of 2013, the 2015 Tahoe & Suburban went under a sharp and sophisticated redesign not only on the outside, but the inside too. The exterior’s new style isn’t just looks, but also helps contribute to an overall quieter ride. New inlaid doors fit into the body side openings instead of over the top of the body, significantly improving the quietness of the interior cabin and contributing to improved aerodynamics – an attribute that helps the vehicles slip through the air on the highway with less drag for greater efficiency. Lightweight aluminum hood and lift gate panels also enhance efficiency through reduced overall mass. A more-efficient, direct-injected EcoTec3 power train coupled with improved aerodynamics help offer greater estimated highway fuel economy. Other improvements provide drivers with a stronger, more planted stance, stronger braking, and new tires that are a 1/2-inch wider for better cornering.

ImageInside, premium materials and enhanced ergonomics demonstrate the Tahoe and Suburban’s blend of sophistication, craftsmanship and function. A new instrument panel houses an available eight-inch color touch screen radio with a secured storage bin behind the motorized screen. The compartmentalized center console is large enough to store a laptop or iPad (they thought of everything)!

The designs of the all-new Tahoe and Suburban reflect their greater functionality, technology and refinement, forging a new presence for Chevrolet SUVs that’s conveyed with unmistakable brand heritage. – Ken Parkinson, executive director of design

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Other cool features include: Fold-flat second and third row seating (there will be a power option for this, too), two inches of more leg-room for your second row passengers, up to 6 USB ports and power outlets AND a 3-prong outlet to support all of your plug-in things, and available rear-seat entertainment and Blu-Ray player. But wait, there’s more! There will be a ‘conversation mirror’ in the overhead console that will give you a panoramic view of all the rear seats, which is great news for moms and dads whose vehicles often double as court rooms.

We’re anxiously waiting the arrival of the new Tahoe and Suburban which is expected to hit Jeff Gordon Chevrolet‘s lot in Wilmington, North Carolina this coming Spring. For more information on the big arrival or pre-ordering, call the internet sales hotline at (888)261-0090 or fill out the contact form below to send us an email!

Don’t live near Jeff Gordon Chevrolet? No problem! With our exclusive door-to-door delivery program, you can still take advantage of our competitive pricingbecome part of the Jeff Gordon Chevrolet family and we can deliver your new 2015 Tahoe or Suburban right to your front door, anywhere in the country! Just call or email us for more information.

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