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2017 Chevrolet Tahoe Driving Impressions


The engine is strong, powerful and satisfying, and mates well with the six-speed automatic that shifts smooth and easy, producing almost seamless acceleration.

It doesn’t feel like a truck; that’s been engineered away. Despite a leaf-spring rear suspension, the ride is comfortable, although the height and mass make body lean inevitable. The handling isn’t a strong point, but it is fairly light, neither agile nor ponderous.

The Premier comes with GM’s Magnetic Ride Control, which delivers impressive comfort and greatly improves the cornering. Sensors analyze the road conditions every five seconds, and adjust the stiffness of the dampers accordingly.

The Tahoe’s all-wheel drive system is capable off road.

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