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2017 Chevrolet Tahoe Walk Around

The 2015 restyle made the Tahoe look modern, but it’s still upright and boxy, with angular lines and a commanding aura. Although there is no shared sheetmetal with the Silverado, it still looks like that truck from the front. The Premier gets more chrome trim.

Interior

Inside, the lines switch from angular to curved, and the materials don’t say truck at all, although the high seating position does. The seats are supportive and the cabin nearly silent.

Standard eight-passenger seating includes 60/40 split-folding seats in second and third rows. The optional second-row captain’s chairs makes it seven, while a front bench seat makes it nine. The third row is for kids.

The seats can be folded and stowed with the touch of a button, yielding 95 cubic feet of cargo space; or with just the third row down, it’s 51 cubic feet.

An eight-inch LCD touch-screen radio includes the latest MyLink connectivity features. As many as six USB ports can be installed, along with half a dozen power outlets. A bin in the center console can hold a notebook computer or a tablet.

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