At Shepherd’s Chevrolet in North Manchester, Indiana, we have taken customer service to the next level by providing you with more information to compare vehicles, so you know you are making the best decision. Here we have the 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe starting at only $49,000. We are going to point out some key features that make this the perfect SUV for you!
The Tahoe starts with passing up the competition by offering more powertrain choices. They didn’t stop there; they have first-in-class Four-Corner Air Ride Adaptive Suspension that can adjust the vehicle’s height and is available on the Z71 and High Country. So what’s new on the 2021 Tahoe? Rear seat media system, power sliding center console, and a redesigned third row to provide 40% more legroom for a more comfortable ride.
Offering six trim options and tons of new tech, this one jumped to the top of our list! Come in today for a test drive at Shepherd’s Chevrolet in North Manchester, Indiana, where we’ll always treat you like family.
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