From the dashboard to the liftgate, the 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe is packed with more technology and features than ever. While much of it is related to driver assistance and safety, there's plenty of entertainment and connectivity to be had as well.
Among the features available in the new Tahoe are a new eight-inch color touchscreen for the audio/navigation/information system, which includes MyLink connectivity. Up to six USB ports and six power outlets, including a 110-volt grounded outlet help ensure everyone's devices stay charged. A rear-seat entertainment system offers Blu-ray DVD capability, and a "conversation mirror" in the overhead console gives a panoramic view of the rear seats to help parents keep an eye on children. Keyless entry and pushbutton start are also available.
The 2015 Tahoe is laid out in three core trim levels: LS, LT, and LTZ, with standard and available equipment expanding as you climb the ladder. Top-tier models can approach, or in some cases exceed, $70,000, but at that level, the equipment and convenience factor matches a modern luxury sedan or crossover.