2015 Chevrolet Tahoe And Suburban Exceed Sales Expectations
2015 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban were introduced in September last year and are currently available on the market. They are once again proving why they are the segment leaders. Precisely – the demand for the updated SUVs is outpacing expectations. Back in the 1935 Chevrolet created the SUV segment with the Suburban model. Since then, the vehicle has been the sales leader in the full-size SUV market. Now, nearly 80 years after its introduction, the average turn rate (or how quickly it takes a particular vehicle to sell after it is delivered to the dealer) is 17 days for the Tahoe and 10 days for the Suburban.
2015 Suburban and Tahoe has been redesigned and refined, thus delivering improved quality, advanced technology and increased fuel efficiency. They still keep their impressive towing capabilities.
The revamped SUVs have received special attention to their interior quietness. In other words, they feature new inlaid triple-sealed doors as well as safety technologies such as forward collision alert and lane departure warning. The last two provide 360 degrees of crash avoidance and occupant protection.
To go further into details, their LTZ trim levels come standard with LED daytime running lamps, third-generation of magnetic ride control, real-time damping system that ensures more precise body motion control. Other technology features that are optional on the 2015 Silverado and Tahoe include fold-flat second- and third-row seats with power-folding feature.
There is also available eight-inch color touch screen radio with next-generation MyLink connectivity. There is also the option of up to six USB ports and six power outlets, including a 110-volt three-prong outlet. The available rear-seat entertainment system with dual screens ensures the entertainment of the passengers, while thee keyless entry and push-button start adds more convenience.