Most significant changes: Increased availability for 6.2-liter V-8 engine; larger, 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster now standard from LT trim up; Z71 gets available electronic limited-slip differential; new standard safety features
Pricing: Increase across all trims ranging from $600 (base LS) to $1,475 for (RST)
On sale: Now
Which should you buy, 2021 or 2022? The 2021 model offers a better value for shoppers who can forgo the available 6.2-liter V-8 — especially in LT, Z71 and RST form, which see the largest price increases for 2022. Model-year 2021 examples could be difficult to come by, however, as they accounted for just 8% of new Tahoe inventory among Cars.com dealers in January 2022.
Chevrolet redesigned the Tahoe SUV for 2021 along with its extended-length sibling, the Suburban. The current Tahoe offers more space, a slew of technology and safety features, and a choice of three engines, including two V-8s and a turbo-diesel six-cylinder. The truck-based family hauler rolls into 2022 with expanded engine availability, plus more standard safety and connectivity features. It still comes in six trim levels, however: LS, LT, Z71, RST, Premier and High Country.