2008 Chevrolet Tahoe Review
The 2008 Chevy Tahoe leads its class thanks to its strong, utilitarian performance, comfortable cabin, and class-leading fuel efficiency.
Largely unchanged since its 2007 redesign, the Tahoe is a reviewer favorite and is Motor Week's 2008 Driver's Choice for "Best Large Utility." The Tahoe is also a 2007 IntelliChoice "Best in Class Winner" for lowest fuel and repair costs. By all accounts, the 2008 Tahoe is a good value, provided that buyers don't add too many options, which can quickly inflate the price. Buyers should also keep in mind that though the Tahoe has won awards for its low fuel costs, those awards are given relative to others in its class. The Tahoe may be fuel efficient for a full-size SUV, but it will never be as fuel efficient as a small car. With a 26 gallon fuel tank and V8 power, expect some pain at the pump. Because the 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe is very similar to the 2007 model, this review uses some research material that applies to both.
- "If you need this much hauling and towing capacity, the Tahoe belongs on your short list." -- Forbes
- "More than ever worthy of serious consideration for buyers still in the market for a big SUV despite rising gasoline prices." -- Newsday
- "I've spent much time in the Tahoe over the years -- in the woods and out on America's highways -- and it is a perfect complement to a summer camping trip or a winter run to play in the snow." -- San Jose Mercury News
- "The goodies come at a price. . . No wonder GM makes so much profit on this vehicle." -- Chicago Tribune
- "The Tahoe is one of my favorite big SUVs" -- Orlando Sentinel