2007 Chevrolet Tahoe Values

Select a 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe trim level

2007 model year changes

Based on Chevy's redesigned pickup chassis, the 2007 Tahoe and Suburban are completely redesigned. Both vehicles have a new streamlined body and a stronger, stiffer frame with the standard 4.8L V8 engine getting ten more horsepower and ten more lb-ft of torque. A new active fuel management system helps increase fuel economy by about 10%. The new Tahoe features 4.3 more cubic feet of cargo room over last year, while 17-inch wheels are now standard on the LS model and 20-inchers are standard on the LTZ. Inside, the LS trim now has a power driver seat and XM satellite radio.

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Capacious cargo space; room for nine; comfy rough-road capability.

Special features for 2007

The 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban both offer excellent cargo and towing capacity, with the Suburban 2500 rated to pull as much as 9,700 pounds. A new active fuel management system helps mitigate fuel economy issues associated with the big V8 engine, and an optional third-row seat can expand passenger-carrying capacity to nine. The new frame-up redesign for 2007 makes the Tahoe and Suburban more powerful, efficient, and better looking than ever before.


Redesigned for 2007, the Tahoe now has sharper bodylines and a more refined interior. Lower and wider for better handling and stability, the new Tahoe also offers features such as power release-and-fold rear seating, with tumble second row seating for maximum cargo capacity. Available in LS, LT1, LT2, LT3 and LTZ trim level, all Tahoe's come equipped with a 5.3Liter V8 that produces 320HP, and is offered in either two or four-wheel-drive configuration. The four-speed automatic transmission is standard on all models.