2020 Chevy Tahoe Gets Subtle Modifications
While some 2020 models are getting total makeovers, others are getting just a handful of updates. The Chevy Tahoe falls into this second category. That’s because the brand is preparing to release the fifth-generation Tahoe for the 2021 model year. Discover what’s changing and what’s staying the same on the 2020 Tahoe.
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The extinction of two packages
If you’re a fan of the brand’s All-Season Package or LT Signature Package, you might want to nab a 2019 Tahoe instead of waiting for the 2020 version. Per GM Authority, the 2020 Tahoe will ditch both of these packages.
If you’re not familiar with these offerings, the All-Season Package includes body-color bodyside moldings, black roof-rack cross rails, all-weather floor and cargo mats, and a Maximum Trailering Package. By contrast, the LT Signature Package is more aesthetic. It boasts Bright bodyside moldings, a Grille insert, a Chrome assist step kit and recovery hooks, and a polished exhaust tip.
New cosmetics, same powertrain
Besides deleting the two packages offered on the previous model year, the upcoming Tahoe will bring a few small tweaks while keeping some essentials. Per GM Authority, the 2020 Tahoe will ditch the Pepperdust Metallic exterior color option. It will also offer new finishes for the 22-inch gloss-black aluminum and bright-machined aluminum wheels.
As far as we know, the 2020 Tahoe will have the same mechanics as the 2019 version. So, fans can expect the same level of pleasing potency from the future model as they enjoyed with the current one.
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News Source: GM Authority