The 2023 Tahoe, the site reports, will start at $52,500, plus a $1,795 destination fee. It will top out at $76,100 plus the same shipping and handling charge.
In both cases, the bump is less than a 1% price increase despite inflation of more than 9% economy-wide since last June, according to the Consumer Price Index.
There are few other changes for the vehicle. GM’s Super Cruise hands-free driver assist system will be available on the Premier and High Country trims, though Chevy hasn’t named a price for it.
The Tahoe is well-reviewed for its spacious cabin and a sophisticated suspension that lets it ride comfortably when unladen and handle well when towing a load. But it lost out on our Best Buy Award in the full-size SUV class. The rival Ford Expedition took that prize with its lower starting price and higher tow rating.