2021 Chevrolet Tahoe LS vs 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe High Country

Chevrolet Tahoe LS

  • Standard Engine5.3L V8
  • Horsepower355 HP
  • MPG (city/hwy) *15 / 20
  • Seats8
  • Upholstery Premium Cloth

Chevrolet Tahoe High Country

  • Standard Engine6.2L V8
  • Horsepower420 HP
  • MPG (city/hwy) *16 / 20
  • Seats7
  • Upholstery Leather

Specs at a Glance

The Chevrolet Tahoe receives a complete makeover in 2021, bringing many exciting new updates and changes to this fan-favorite large SUV. The Tahoe's long list of updates includes an upgraded infotainment system to get you the latest technology and connectivity on the road. More safety aids are included across the board with the Tahoe in 2021 as well. A longer and broader frame brings more space, a smoother ride, and a more enjoyable passenger experience. The Chevrolet Tahoe is offered in multiple trim levels. The family starts with the LS, which gets a refreshed look compared to 2020, and many of the SUV's newest features, including the 10.2-inch touchscreen interface. A signature grille, Bose sound system, and all-weather tires are just a preview of what the High Country trim offers.


Both the LS and the High Country trims each have their standard gasoline-powered engine, but you can switch to a diesel engine for either one. The LS trim's base engine is a V8 with four cylinders. With this engine, the LS can get up to 355 HP in maximum power, and its torque capacity is just below 385 LB-FT. This engine has a 10-speed automatic transmission, and you can opt for four-wheel drive. The same transmission is available for the High Country, which is also eligible for four-wheel drive. However, the High Country has a higher power rating of 420 HP. Both the High Country's standard engine and the newly available V6 diesel have the same peak torque of 460 LB-FT. You can order the diesel for either trim. The Chevy Tahoe can tow a maximum of 8,400 pounds on either trim.


In 2021, the Chevy Tahoe gets an overall bolder and more athletic build to match its new power options and bigger frame. The LS and High Country both receive updated front-end styling, complete with LED headlights with a signature sculpted design. The Chevy bowtie emblem sits prominently in the front end of both. The LS has 18-inch wheels, while you can get larger wheels up to 22 inches on the High Country, which also has all-season performance tires. Roof rails and a chrome roof rack are standard.


The LS trim has captain's chairs and room for seven, while you can get either captain's chairs or bench seats for the High Country to fit nine. The LS and High Country have a 10.2-inch display, while the High Country gets a premium Bose sound system, a digital instrument display, leather seats, and a sunroof as well.

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