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 gets a welcome refresh in 2021 with some changes that make it larger and more distinctive than before. This year's Tahoe has a seating range of seven to nine people. It arrives on the market with a refreshed outer appearance that includes a redesigned front end and more chrome touches. The Tahoe also changes its size this year with a new platform that makes it wider and longer. The Tahoe is now the biggest model yet, and it offers the most space inside for occupants. This year's Tahoe also has a smoother ride quality. You'll find these notable updates on the base trim, called the LS, while the top High Country trim level adds a new infotainment system and a few more bells and whistles.


The same engine is standard with the LS and High Country, but you can choose from up to two engine upgrades to provide more power instead. Both are powered by a V8 engine with a 5.3L capacity. This base engine gets up to 355 HP in power and over 380 LB-FT in torque. It is connected to a 10-speed automatic for the transmission. Four-wheel drive is optional with this engine. The LS and High Country can also be configured with a diesel engine that delivers 277 HP in maximum power and a hefty 460 LB-FT of torque. Exclusive to the High Country is a 6.2L V8 engine with even more power at 420 HP and the same maximum torque as the diesel engine. The High Country's engine and diesel engine both have automatic transmissions.


A bold new look makes the LS and High Country turn heads no matter where you're driving. The LS gets LED headlights and 18-inch wheels. A hands-free liftgate comes with the High Country, which also has a custom grille and front fascia accents. The High Country also upgrades to larger 22-inch wheels.


With the LS trim, you'll get some base safety technology, including forward collision mitigation. Its standard technology includes a 10.2-inch multimedia center with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay capability. The High Country has these features along with a wireless charging pad, leather seats, and a Bose sound system. Its front seats are heated, and you can order contrast stitching for a more distinctive interior appearance. The High Country has a few additional safety aids, including lane-keep assist and blind-spot monitoring.

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