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More than just cruise control and power steering, vehicles today have introduced safety and entertainment features that keep drivers safer and offer more comfort for both the driver and passengers alike. But there is also one reason customers buying new vehicles are happy – all the room. The Chevrolet Tahoe and Chevrolet Suburban have grown substantially in space for customers to enjoy for the 2021 model year. Buyers will have more headroom, greater legroom, and extra space to haul cargo. This is exactly what customers want as large SUVs are making a comeback in the new decade. The previous decade saw an increase of larger SUVs. The growth has been noticeable for both the large SUV and the full-size pickup.
“When you go out and do clinics on almost any vehicle and you ask what people want, they almost always say they want more space,” Stephanie Brinley, principal automotive analyst at research firm IHS Markit.
Better MPG Fuels Buyers
As the nation’s gasoline prices have continued to maintain a relatively low amount, in comparison to a decade ago, the image of an SUV being gas guzzlers has been removed from the buyer’s mind. The national average price of gas hasn’t exceeded $3 since 2014, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. A low unemployment rate and strong stock prices have helped SUV sales. The newest SUVs coming out today, even large SUVs have improved their overall mpg. Currently, in the SUV segment, 28 vehicles in the 2020 model year have a remarkable 30 miles per gallon in combined city-highway driving, compared with only one model back at the turn of the century in 2000.
“With low gas prices, nobody cares how big they are really, and the fuel economy has improved, too,” says Michelle Krebs, executive analyst at car-buying site Autotrader.
SUVs Have Never Been More Attractive
Traditional car sales have slumped, and more than half of all new car sales are projected to be SUV sales in 2020 according to a projection by Edmunds. Taking a closer look at the upcoming, new 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe, the Tahoe is now 6.7 inches longer than the 2020 model and the wheelbase is 4.9 inches longer. That increased size has now added to the Chevrolet Tahoe’s overall maximum cargo room by 29.8%. Since the 1999 model year up to the 2021 model, GM has put together a vehicle that has increased 17.7 inches in length to the Tahoe. Customers today can embrace getting further with more cargo like never before. The luxury has never looked better than the Chevy products of the new decade. Find out more with our help and a test-drive today.
Start Off the New Year Right In A Fresh Chevy Vehicle
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