2023 Chevrolet Tahoe consumer reviews

$54,200–$57,200 MSRP range
side view of 2023 Tahoe Chevrolet
60% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.2
  • Interior 4.2
  • Performance 4.2
  • Value 3.4
  • Exterior 4.2
  • Reliability 3.4
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Nav System Worthless

Nav system is unusable without cell system connectivity. I have downloaded offline maps 13 times. Every time those downloads disappear within two weeks. I live in Montana and often go to rural mountain areas with no connectivity. I cannot trust the nav system to be there. It actually displays “sign in to google” when you’re trying to get a map while out of service areas. Chevy dealers have completely reloaded the system software on two occasions, to no avail.


23 is big improvement over 2015

This is the third Tahoe I've purchased. My first was an '07 and I loved it. Second was a 15 and I hated it. This one is a 23 and I once again love myTahoe!! I love the new look of the body - that was one thing I never could say I loved about the 15. I was highly concerned about buying a "COVID car" because I had so many issues with the 15 that never should have happened so I couldn't imagine how COVID would affect things. I only have 6,000 mi on it so far but, absolutely no problems and only praises. Love the longer body and the fact that the second row captain's chairs can move. I love these 22-in rims more than any of the other rims that have been available on the Tahoe since 07 when I bought my first one. It does sit taller than the old ones so it takes a little getting used to. I have very long legs but now I have to use the running board when I get in and out but, I definitely like setting up taller in traffic. I know it comes with the territory owning a big four-wheel drive vehicle but, I do hate the gas mileage. I tow a 22 ft open trailer with a car on it and you'd never know it was back there. The Tahoe handles it beautifully


Awesome vehicle!

Amazing world class vehicle. Ride quality and driving dynamics are greatly improved over previous generations. Interior quality is among the best in the world. My only complaint is I wish they would build more so they are easier to find and a little cheaper to buy.


Never buy a General Motors Vehicle

My 2022 Chevrolet Tahoe High Country was the worst car we ever had! We traded it in as quick as possible for a 2023 Ford Expedition Platinum, best decision we ever made! We love our Expedition so much more comfortable, reliable, it even seems safer.


Very Impressed

Very stylish with a lot of power. Sits up high and floats like a cloud on the highway (22" wheels). I like that the seats fold down completely for the third row. Haven't tried the second row (owned only two weeks so far). Only things I miss are a navigation system and seat warmers. Otherwise, the multi-level controls for the heat can suffice fine. Many technical upgrades I have yet figured out how to use. Costs twice as much as the Tahoe I bought in 2012 oddly enough. Probably the engine and tech upgrades helped that.