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2003 Chevrolet Tahoe:
Minor Updates - Building On A Sure Thing
By Steve Litscher

(Monday, February 24, 2003 3:00 PM EST)

Chevy Tahoe

Chevrolet Tahoe

VIENNA, VA - The 2003 Chevrolet Tahoe doesn't break any new ground, but why should it? It's already darn near perfect. We recently got our hands on a 2003 Tahoe LT 4x4, and after driving it for nearly a month, we have to take our hats off to Chevrolet - they build one heckuva SUV (or truck, or whatever we're calling them today).

It seems like everybody and his brother own a SUV, and we all love to pick on them for their apparent 'unnecessary' existence, heck, some organizations claim you're supporting terrorism if you own one, which is a bit outrageous from our perspective. From soccer mom's to senators - everyone's tooling around in these large cargo-carriers, and the tree huggers love to point the condescending finger at them. That's ok - let 'em point and poke all they want; Chevrolet's Tahoe is an excellent vehicle that serves many purposes, and for all practical purposes is as environmentally friendly (if not more so) than the hippie's busted-up 1968 VW Bugs and Vanagons.

Now that we're done justifying its existence, let's take a look at what's new for the 2003 Tahoe. Most of the upgrades and enhancements occur on the interior, including adjustable foot pedals, a new climate control system, an optional "entertainment center" complete with DVD player and 7" LCD screen, optional steering wheel-mounted controls, revised center console, available rear seat heaters, and a new optional Bose stereo system. Exterior upgrades include new power folding mirrors with built-in LED turn signal indicators. All else remains relatively unchanged.

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