For 19 of its 25 years, the Chevy Tahoe has been the number one seller in its segment.
Introduce in 1995 as a stable-mate to the popular Suburban, the Tahoe is a multi-purpose family vehicle, with the capability to tow a real trailer, go off-road or take the family on a vacation road trip. According to Chevrolet’s most recent sales analysis, the Tahoe SUV accounts for nearly a quarter of the full-size SUVs sold in the U.S. Combined, the Suburban and Tahoe make up an impressive 45 percent of the full-size SUV segment.
“The Tahoe delivered the perfect blend of capability, cargo space and comfort just as the four-door, full-size SUV market ignited in the United States,” said Paul Edwards, U.S. vice president of Chevrolet marketing. “The Tahoe is a wildly successful and enduring favorite with customers and has helped Chevrolet lead the full-size SUV segment since its introduction.”
In addition to being the vehicle that more buyers in the segment choose than any other, the Chevrolet Tahoe was recently honored in the J.D. Power 2019 Initial Quality Study and also the 2018 Kelley Blue Book’s 5-Year Cost to Own Awards.
As any first responder knows, the Tahoe is a popular choice among law enforcement and emergency services. “When the Tahoe was introduced 25 years ago, our police customers saw its potential for their highly demanding environments,” said Ed Peper, U.S. vice president of GM Fleet. “Today, the Tahoe PPV is the most aspirational police vehicle on the market – combining a strong visual presence with uncompromising capability, new safety technologies and impressive interior and cargo space.”
GM-Trucks.com extends its warmest birthday wishes to the new Chevy Tahoe. Happy 25th!