The 2016 Chevy Tahoe Texas Edition: Lone Star State Tough

February 19th, 2016 by

 

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Everybody knows that everything’s bigger in Texas – and that if you plan to “go big or go home,” then there’s no better choice than a big, powerful Chevy truck. But what, you may ask, is there to do if your home is Texas?

In this case, there’s no better option than the Chevy Tahoe Texas Edition. Boasting all the amazing, standard features found on the impressive 2016 Chevy Tahoe and featuring plenty of edition-specific elements like custom badging and feature upgrades, this edition is built for those who know that a real Texas tool needs both style and power to get even the toughest jobs done right.

Here’s a quick look at the impressive Texas edition now gracing the 2016 Chevy Tahoe. Whether you’re a lifelong Longhorn or a Texas transplant, this impressive package is guaranteed to help you show a little Lone Star pride both on and off the road.

Custom Design For A Lone Star Style

There’s a reason the Tahoe is one of the best selling trucks in the state, with production barely able to keep up with demand, and it’s because Texans know that the Tahoe rides tough for all those heavy duty jobs.

Whether you’re spending long days out on the range or enjoying your night under the lights of Friday night football, every good Texan knows the value of showing a little style – and for the Lone Star state, few vehicles are better at showing state pride like the Tahoe Texas Edition.

Alongside custom “Texas Edition” stylized badging along the side, this edition – available on the Tahoe’s LT and LTZ trim levels – also features some impressive upgrades on the Tahoe’s standard equipment, including a remarkable 3.42 axle ratio and trailer brake controller for total towing power which, alongside the standard hitch receiver and seven-wire harness, make the Max Trailering Package one of the biggest assets of this impressive Tahoe edition.

The Texas edition also boasts style improvements like 20-inch polished aluminum wheels on the LT trim level, while the higher LTZ trim level boasts twenty-two inch painted aluminum wheels for an impressive stance on the road and superior offroad capabilities. These improvements give the already impressive Tahoe – which is itself a Texas native, built every day at the Arlington Assembly plant – a serious boost in terms of both style and power.

Improvements You Can Count On

As with all great modern trucks, the improvements don’t just stop on the outside. In this impressive Texas Edition Tahoe, the changes continue right on into the cab, including the extended standard subscription to SiriusXM satellite radio, extended for an additional nine months on the Texas Edition. This means you’ll get plenty of time to bump also those great, fresh tunes you’ve come to love – and even the ones you haven’t heard yet.

Plus, with a navigation system now standard in the LT trim level version of the Texas Edition Tahoe, you can feel free to roam as far as you’d like out on the range – all the while knowing that you’ll be guided safely back home for suppertime.

With all these impressive improvements, the Tahoe Texas Edition delivers in a way that only a true Texan can – and does it with unparalleled style and sophistication befitting a tough working truck. If you haven’t laid your eyes on one of these beauties, head over to your Chevy dealer and see if one’s in stock – but act quick, before these tough Texans all get wrangled up.

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