2018 Chevy Tahoe Convention fetches the base value down. It’s a base model Tahoe that costs about $3,500 less than the preceding base model, the Tahoe LS.
Chevrolet publicized that it will introduce a new special edition for the 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe called “Custom.” Unlike many other Tahoe special versions, the Custom is special in the sense that it comes without extras, and even leaves out a couple of topographies. But as a result, it’s cheaper than any other Tahoe. It starts at $44,995, which is about $3,500 less than the present base model, the $48,510 Tahoe LS.
To get to this price, there are just a couple of things you’ll have to be ok with. First, the Tahoe Custom does away with the third-row seat. Second, it gets decorated 18-inch alloy wheels instead of refined examples.
Other than that, it’s attractive similar to a Tahoe LS. It still has an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It still has a standard rear-view camera and remote start. It also still has the 5.3-liter V8 that makes 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of rotation. Optional gear includes four-wheel drive, a towing package that takes the tow rating from 6600 pounds to 8600 pounds, and various safety features. Those safety features include forward crash warning, low-speed automatic emergency braking, automatic high-beam headlights, and lane-keeping backing.
According to a Chevrolet illustrative, this new Tahoe edition came about as a way to offer a more reasonable truck for people who don’t necessarily need every feature and option. The Tahoe Custom will be available at dealerships this September.