GM Promises Z71 Package For Tahoe & Suburban

z71 logoConfirming rumors that surfaced last year, General Motors has announced plans to offer Z71 packages for the 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban.

The company has maintained that its body-on-frame SUVs are naturally more off-road capable than unibody alternatives, but the Z71 trim level was initially missing from Chevrolet’s 2015 SUV lineup.

Full details have yet to be announced, but the packages are expected to feature heavy-duty lifted suspension, skid plates, high-profile tires, roof racks and potentially a few body tweaks.

“In 1988, the first official special Z71 package appeared on Chevrolet’s new-generation full-size pickup trucks, and in 2001, Chevrolet added the Z71 package to Tahoe and Suburban,” the company said in a brief statement.

Additional features and production timing will be announced late in September.

  1. Grace Conner 3 years ago

    We are wanting a 7-8 passenger vehicle for family traveling, and I will use for daily driving to work and errands. We’ve viewed Suburban, Yukon, Exhibition, and a couple of smaller versions like Nissan.
    What’s your recommendations? I’m not used to a large car, having driven a 4 door Lincoln for several years. Is the size adjustment difficult? We live in Central Texas.

    • Michele Sanders 3 years ago

      Grace, those are all good choices, the larger ones you’ve looked at will take some getting used to. I would look at Ford Flex, Chevy Traverse, GMC Yukon, Buick Enclave, and Toyota Highlander. They are all midsized and all top notch quality wise.

      I have good dealers for them all under CERTIFIED DEALERS on this website.

      Thanks for listening.

      Jerry Reynolds, President
      Car Pro Radio Network

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