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2016 Chevrolet Tahoe LTZ
$1,984 price drop
Great Deal | $2,395 under
23 mi. from 46107
Ext. color: Green Envy Metallic
Int. color: Cocoa / Dune
Drivetrain: Four-wheel Drive
Fuel type: Gasoline
Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic
Engine: 5.3L V8 16V GDI OHV
Stock #: HCVP160079
Heated Steering Wheel, Keyless Start, Navigation System, Power Liftgate, Remote Start
Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, Bluetooth, Premium Sound System, Rear Seat Entertainment
Alloy Wheels, Tow Hitch
Brake Assist, Lane Departure Warning, Stability Control
Leather Seats, Memory Seat, Third Row Seating
Hare Chevrolet review
June 8, 2023
By Rick from Coatesville, IN
great experience, Matt first got me interested in the dually & then had Corbin finalize the deal,, Corbin made purchasing the used chevy truck simple & easy,, Bryan Matthews made the paperwork painless & fast, the whole sales staff was good to work with,, no high pressure selling... I will definitely recommend Hare Chevy as the "go to auto dealership" thumbs up
2016 Chevrolet Tahoe LTZ review
My 5th Tahoe truck.
June 7, 2022
By Willfredo from PA
Owns this car
I’ve always owned Tahoe trucks. This is my 5th one. I owned an 01, 03, 04 and 06 before they changed the body style which I wasn’t fond of. The vehicle model is very attractive compared to other trucks I saw when I wanted to purchase something brand new. The Vortec 5.3 engine is still one of the most reliable engines ever made my opinion. I’ve never had issue with my previous trucks. My last Tahoe, I sold it with 301K miles on it. It was my work truck. Now, I’ve switched this truck from leisure to working. I recently had a major repair. One of the parking assist sensors went bad and cause a domino effect, shutting my computer down. Had to have it towed to a dealer. It’s still fairly new so, finding parts that are compatible outside the dealer for cheap isn’t going to go well. I ended up having to replace all my modules, harnesses for the modules since they had heavy water damage from years of exposure (the design doesn’t cover them). That was a $2800 repair. Not bad for having it 6 years 113000 miles driven. I do highly suggest getting the extended warranty on these newer vehicles and renewing the warranty again if you plan on keeping it long term after it’s paid off.
As far as the engine, The correct oil makes a difference. Using the wrong type will effect your fuel efficiency and performance of the engine. Your mechanic may be best at figuring which is ideal for your truck in is current state.
The truck does well on the highway for its size. I get about 24-26 highway average. The most I’ve gotten was 32.6 miles on the highway but that was mostly on a flat surface which the engine switches to V4 when it’s not under heavy demand. City driving is to be expected. 13-17 depending on idling at lights, traffic, stopping and starting.
It’s a reliable truck if your not looking for fancy with a high price tag for an SUV. Can seat 7-8 ppl safely (I had ppl between 5’10 and 6’2 in the third row and the said it wasn’t a bad sit and was surprisingly more comfortable than they expected a 3rd row to be, handles well (your not gonna make corners at nascar speeds in this truck so expectations are within reason) and it’s acceleration is powerful enough to get you in and out of exits on the highway where the flow of traffic is doing 75mph+. I recommend this truck to anyone that wants reliability, safety for themselves and family and something attractive without the Kardashian price tag. If your hung up on brand name status recognition, spend the extra 40K-62K and get a Mercedes truck if that makes you feel better. If your not one of those ppl, Tahoes are great.