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2007 Chevrolet Tahoe / Suburban Pros and Cons at TrueDelta: Owner Pros and Cons by ChevyFreak

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Reviewed: 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe

4dr SUV 320-horsepower 5.3L V8 4-speed automatic 4WD w/low range

Why the 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe?

Safety & braking

I like knowing that if I were to ever get into accident, my passengers and I would be safe. The Tahoe stops pretty good too considering its sheer size and wait. Airbags in all three rows adds peace of mind, and the backup camera works great for its purpose.

Towing

We pull several different trailers, and this vehicle handles them all with little problem.

Exterior styling

This is why I fell in love with the Tahoe. Even compared to its siblings - The Yukon and Escalade, I believe the Tahoe wins in all aspects of exterior styling.

Driving position & visibility

I sit high on the road. Quite simply, visibility is great! I have always liked sitting higher then other cars simply for safety concerns. The Tahoe drives great too. Sometimes I forget I am driving around a 5500 pound truck!

Rear seat room & comfort

There is plenty of space for all of the passengers and personal gear. The bucket seats add a lot of comfort. They also allow some extra room for third row passengers. Leather is the way to go, and the heated seats come in handy on those cold winter days.

Why Not the 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe?

Fuel economy

Fuel economy is not great, but it's not horrible either. Again, this is a full size SUV on a truck platform. How much can anyone truly complain when you know this going in?

Cargo capacity

Rear cargo space is limited, but it is better then driving (and parking) the very long Suburban around town. Removing the third row seats, if not needed, helps in that aspect.

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Rear cargo space is limited, but it is better then driving the very long Suburban around town. Removing the third row seats, if not needed, helps in that aspect.

Audio & nav systems

The navigation system, to put it mildly, is lacking. Compared to todays technology, it almost seems "old". It has a nice factory look compared to most aftermarket systems, but the lack of features is just sad. If the fact that map data still comes on a DVD says anything at all, it's that GM dropped the ball on this one.

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