2010 Chevrolet Tahoe


The new line-up in 2010 Chevrolet Tahoe is offered with few engine types and rest of the specifications is almost the same as that of previous models. It is known for its high speed power coupled with spacious seating for its passengers and console baggage-hauler room. The pitfalls of this wagon include high fuel consumption rate along with the poor audio controls.

It is essentially a big SUV similar in design as that of premium-large Cadillac Escalade and GMC Yukon. It has seating space for 9 people and is offered in dual hybrid trims of gas and electric with LS, LT and LTZ. Most of the models have either rear-wheel drive or AWD of General Motors Autotrac which can be kept occupied on arid roads and has an option of down-shift gear for off-road drive. There is a single powertrain in non-hybrid versions that have 5.3 liter capacity with V8 engine generating 320-horsepower coupled with an automatic transmission of 6-speed. The V8 engines with 6.2 and 4.8 liter capacity are not available any more. These models can use both gas and E85 regular-ethanol fuels with a hauling power of 8,400 pounds at most.

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The hybrid models in 2010 Chevrolet Tahoe have a 6 liter capacity with V8 engine generating 332 of horsepower by means of an electric motor. They can use both kinds of fuels to run easily depending on the requirements with no entail of plug-in to get charged. A CVT- continuously variable transmission is coupled with the engine that acts similar to the automatic. These cars have the hauling power of 6,200 pounds. Every Tahoe engine utilizes the cylinder-disengagement Active Fuel Management system of GM.

The safety features installed are antiskid system, traction control, ABS, front-side and curtain-side airbags, where as the blind-spot vigilant system is optional feature for the LTZ model. The exclusive ones for the LTZ are the heat and cool optioned front seats. Rests of the characteristics include wireless communication system, navigation system and a camera for the rear-view.

The vehicles are rated in 18 groups by Consumer Guide Automotive based on the basis of their market grade, cost and size. The bigger SUVs are basically 7-9 passenger hauler wagons having sturdy truck-like frame, sufficient hauling power, spacious baggage area and usually pitiable fuel consumption. These coupes have the same hauling and cargo capacity as that of the big
carrier trucks. The MSRP of 2010 Chevrolet Tahoe is $37,280 to $53,615 with the invoice of $34,670 to $50,581.

The best rated vehicles for a buy out are Ford Expedition, Chevrolet Tahoe, GMC Yukon and Chevrolet Suburban. The recommended one is a Toyota Sequoia car. The newest or the extensively reshaped models in this category include Toyota Sequoia.

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