Start calling Chevy Suburban, Tahoe, GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade BOATs, because it’s time to pull out thousands more.
In fact, 1,600 must be right, because the price of all three cars has gone up. The price increase added an additional $ 1,500 to the MSRP and an additional $ 100 to the destination freight charge (now $ 1,795 per vehicle).
The bump may not be welcome, but we can’t say it’s surprising, because when the big SUVs were initially unveiled, the price was the same as the previous model year, representing a good price for the new technology.
As reported by Autoblog, the 2021 Chevrolet Suburban was priced at $ 52,295 with delivery in March 2020 and features a new interior and independent rear suspension. The lowest-cost 2022 Suburban 2WD is now priced at $ 56,495 with destination, where top-of-the-line high country trim will free up $ 80,095 from your wallet.
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The Chevy Tahoe started at 50,295 when it was unveiled, just $ 1,000 more than the outgoing model. Now, an LS Trim Tahoe will cost $ 53,795, while the ট্যাগ 77,395 price tag will fit Tahoe High Country.
This is the third price increase for the suburbs and Tahoe, already flat in November for all trim levels of $ 500. Earlier, prices were raised between $ 350 and $ 800 depending on the trim level.
As of 2022 Escalade, the base Luxury 2WD trim is now priced at $ 79,440 and the Entry ESV 2WD is priced at $ 82,440, both with an increased delivery fee of RP 1,795 with MSRP.
According to GM authorities, production of the 2023 Chevy Tahoe and 2023 Chevy Suburban will begin on July 18, 2022, and will feature Cadillac-borrowed Super Cruise in high country and premier trims.