2021 Chevrolet Tahoe Diesel Offers Class-Leading Fuel-Efficiency
The 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe 3.0 l Duramax turbo-diesel is the most fuel-efficient full-size SUV in its class. Better fuel efficiency supports longer trips in this iconic nameplate known for its size, capability and cargo.
The Chevrolet Tahoe with the available 3.0 l turbo-diesel engine offers a fuel consumption rating of 9.84 l/100 km combined in 2-wheel-drive models. Fuel consumption rating for 4-wheel drive models is 10.6 l/100 km combined.
This is Chevrolet’s first diesel I6 engine for full-size SUVs, and the brand’s first diesel offered in full-size SUVs since 1999. In the Suburban, the 3.0 l Duramax offers a fuel consumption rating of 10.1 l/100 km combined in 2-wheel drive models and 10.6 l/100 km combined in 4-wheel drive models.
With its SAE-certified 277 hp and 460 lb ft of torque, the Tahoe 3.0 l Duramax with 2-wheel drive is capable of maximum towing up to 3,700 kg and a max payload of 778 kg. The Suburban with the same engine is capable of a maximum towing of 3,628 kg and a max payload of 737 kg in 2-wheel drive models. A standard exhaust brake is available in tow-haul mode and can provide additional driver confidence when towing.
The driver-selectable stop/start technology optimizes fuel consumption by shutting off the engine at stoplights and certain other stop-and-go situations, helping to save fuel.
Customer deliveries of the 2021 Tahoe and Suburban with the available 3.0 l Duramax turbo-diesel are expected early 2021.
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