2016 Chevy Tahoe | Richmond KY
Pull a large boat or trailer with ease by way of the Tahoe’s 8,600-pound towing capacity.
The legendary power of the Tahoe is generated by a 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 engine.
Seating up to eight occupants, the interior cabin is sophisticated, comfortable, spacious and quiet.
Impressive capability comes standard with the Tahoe’s 355 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque.
Enjoy seamless infotainment with 4G LTE WiFi and the updated Chevy MyLink interface.
Active Fuel Management, Direct Injection and Variable Valve Timing allow the Tahoe to achieve 23 highway mpg.
Jack Burford Chevy welcomes the Finest Tahoe Ever
The Chevy Tahoe has always been a full-size SUV that was content to dip its toes in two different pools, hasn’t it? Despite its legendary power, it still manages to achieve best-in-class fuel efficiency. And, despite its outstanding interior cabin, it operates as the smaller option -- the “little sibling,” if you will -- to the larger Suburban. Could it be that the Tahoe, even with an inviting cabin and solid performance profile, is somehow underrated? With the release of the 2016 Chevy Tahoe in Richmond KY, the latest model of our iconic full-size SUV looks to put this notion to rest once and for all. Excellent technology, first-rate cabin materials, engaged and composed performance -- it all comes together for the 2016 model of the Tahoe, the finest edition we’ve ever seen at Jack Burford.
So, what sets it apart? Let’s begin with its performance, which does so many things well that it’s difficult to name them all. The Tahoe comes standard with a 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 powertrain, one that delivers 355 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque. The result of all of this strength is exactly what one would expect: a towing capacity of up to 8,600 pounds, ideally suited to pull a large boat or trailer with ease. However, what some might not expect is that the Tahoe is also exceedingly good on gas; by using active fuel management, direct injection and variable valve timing, the Tahoe returns up to 23 highway mpg, meaning that trips to the pump are less frequent than in past years or in competing models. It’s this attention to both power and efficiency that makes the 2016 Chevy Tahoe a study in contrasts, even as it manages to pull off both feats with great success.View Inventory
Technology for Life, Technology for Leisure
It’s undeniable that the modern motorist leans on technology in ways that would have seemed impossible years ago: maps, internet connectivity, hands-free phone? What sort of sci-fi vehicle are we driving here? Despite the initial misgivings that some drivers have had to the recent tech renaissance, the Tahoe has proven dependable with all its recent enhancements. It all begins with the OnStar 4G LTE WiFi hotspot, which was first rolled out last year and gets refined further for 2016. Up to seven smart devices can now connect to the internet at once, and battery life is now extended due to the dedicated source. Also revamped for the new model year is the Chevy MyLink interface, which allows for easy hands-free phone connectivity and streaming audio, and makes for safer driving due to the ease of voice recognition. It’s tech that works for you, in the most obvious form.
In terms of safety features, the 2016 Chevy Tahoe doubles down on its mission to work for its occupants. The Tahoe is constructed using a high-strength safety cage, one that is equipped with seven standard airbags. The Tahoe also features the available OnStar Automatic Crash Response system, which helps to alert emergency services in the event of an auto accident. And, since the Tahoe offers three outstanding crash mitigation features -- side blind zone alert, lane keep assist and front park assist -- driver and passengers can be confident that they are driving safely as well, wise to obstacles that were once out of their control.
The 2016 Chevy Tahoe is now available at Jack Burford Chevy. To learn more or to schedule a test drive, visit our dealership today!