2014 Chevrolet Tahoe

What 2014 Chevrolet truck model will be available for purchase? If you are a Chevrolet fan, be prepared for 2014. GM has a huge plan for you; special trunks are on the way! The 2014 Chevrolet Tahoe, Chevrolet Colorado, Chevrolet Suburban and the Silverado are coming, but the Tahoe will stand out from the rest. From the signals we have been receiving, it will not a redesigned Tahoe, but come with some minor enhancements in interior and exterior. Still, we expect it to be one of the best selling SUV for 2014 year.

If you are planning to buy a new vehicle or you are already checking the market for the right one to buy, take a moment to read this review. It will not hurt to know all what the market has to offer before you write that cheque. I am sure you want the best. There are many automakers out there, but we all like Chevrolet. We know what it stands for; efficiency. We expect to see many changes in the 2014 Chevy Tahoe, starting from the design to its features and engine. Unfortunately, we will not see any major changes for Tahoe 2014. The only changes that are coming with 2014 Tahoe model is inclusion of Standard Convenience Package for LS models and addition of Concord Metallic color.

2014 Chevrolet Tahoe Towing Capacity and Cargo Volume
The towing capacity of new Tahoe is up to 8,500 pounds and cargo volume of 108.9 cubic feet.

Tahoe 2014 Engine
Just like previous Tahoe, all models of 2014 Tahoe come with 5.3L V8 engine that offers 320 HP Power and 335 lb-ft torque. No Doubt, for the year 2014, new Toyota Sequoia RWD and 2014 Nissan Armada 2WD 4dr SV will emerge as strong competitors for the vehicle as well. The 5.7L V8 Engine of 2013 Sequoia produces 381 hp and 401 lb-ft torque and the 5.6L V8 of 2014 Armada SV will generate 317 hp power and 385 lb-ft torque. Another Strong competitor of Chevrolet 2014 Tahoe is Ford Expedition 2WD 4dr XLT.

From the information we got from our source, production of Chevy Tahoe 2014 is expected to start sometime in 2013 for an early release in 2014. Chevrolet is expected to follow in the footstep of Cadillac and GMC in the production of trucks that are lighter. We expect the upcoming Tahoe and Suburban to be lighter than the previous version, and the engine smaller and more efficient.  We should all look forward to having a spacious, comfortable and more practical truck soon.

Is Chevrolet Tahoe 2014 worth waiting for ?

Recently, GM released a statement to assure us about the future SUV. We expect that the new Tahoe SUV will offer us the kind of fuel efficiency we have always wish for without sacrificing the value buyers have come to expect from its products. Pairing with Variable valve timing, the new Tahoe 2014 will offer performance and efficiency. With GM’s Active Fuel Management cylinder deactivating technology we can hope that we will see enhancement in fuel economy in certain light-load driving conditions. With improved Fuel efficiency, better features and improved functionality, the incoming 2014 Chevrolet Tahoe is worth waiting for!

2014 Chevrolet Tahoe Price
The base price of 2014 Tahoe LS is $41,600 and for LT model is $46,140. The high end LTZ costs minimum $54,755.

Pros of buying 2014 Chevy Tahoe
If GM goes along with its plan, the 2014 Tahoe will be better equipped and designed than all we have seen.

The Chevrolet Tahoe is known for its excellent style, it is always rugged, strong and reliable. We have confirmed that the 2014 version will retain all these qualities we have always admired.

For some of us that are using Tahoe now, the plan to introduce a more fuel efficient and eco-friendly engine is a welcome development.
Cons of buying a 2014 Chevy Tahoe
Buying the 2014 Tahoe will come at a cost. We do not expect it to be cheaper than before.

No major enhancement in 2014 model.



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  1. Ed

    I have a 2001 Taho and if Gm doesn’t get back to a Flat Folding 2n row seats in the cargo area it will be my last Taho.
    Or just take the “U”out of SuV.
    Besides the tow package the cargo area is important almost daily.
    My first question always is do the seats fold flat?
    My brother in law has a Denalli OMG a column in the back seat and independent folding rear bucket seats that are useless unless you transport a lot of ironing boards 🙂

  2. Brian

    Sherrie, did you ever get a response or find out? I am with you but we have only been driving a Tahoe for 13 years but after looking at 4 other brands, I hate removing the seats out of the Tahoe or folding up to take a good amount of the space away.

  3. Sherrie

    I am ready to buy a new vehicle now but I’m willing to wait if the 2014 Tahoe has rear and 3rd row seats that fold flat. If not, I will have to move on to another vehicle. I have driven a Tahoe or Suburban for the last 30 plus years but it is way overdue for GM to get the Tahoe seats/cargo area right!

    1. Ed

      Agree I’m on my third Taho and the front Bench seat in the 1997 was a great option to.
      Two Chevy 3/4ton pick-up trucks too the interior cargo area of a SUV WAS amazing.
      The luggage rack needs a little more clearance from the roof too, just another 1-inch would work and spread the cross bars further apart. Do the designers ever actually use this stuff? To tie down a canoe or luggage carrier.
      Again the 1997 design was much better than the 2001 even, from there usefulness went down hill bells and whistles improved.
      Want to haul kids around get a Van or Crossover!
      It’s not a date vehicle GM push the Cadallic not the Taho! The Taho doesn’t have to be sexy!!!

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