For those long drives with the kids, it's important to have some entertainment options available. Thankfully, no matter the trim package, the Chevy Tahoe doesn't disappoint. A number of the features come standard, and you always have the benefit of upgrading if you're interested in something a bit different than what comes pre-built into your trim package.
On the entry LS trim, several features come standard. Some of these features include the basics like AM/FM stereo, AUX jack, HD radio, satellite radio (with subscription), MP3 player, Bluetooth, and CD player. More advanced tech features that are standard are a 4.2" diagonal color driver information center, 4G LTE hotspot capability, a 6-speaker audio system, an 8" diagonal color touch-screen, OnStar capability, and steering wheel controls. The LT has an upgraded Bose premium 9-speaker audio system, a manual tilt and telescoping steering column, power-adjustable pedals, and a universal home remote in addition to most of the same LS features.
On the Premier trim, you have a number of features that come standard similar to the LS and LT trims. However, it has upgrades like a navigation system, wireless charging, power second-row bucket seats, a power tilt and telescoping steering column, keyless start, keyless open, and a Bose Centerpoint 10-speaker audio system. A heads-up display is also an optional upgrade on the Premier trim. Plus, if you're interested in taking the entertainment system to the next level, there is the option to have a full video entertainment system installed. This way, you can enjoy your drive while the kids in the back seats can enjoy their movies or shows, which keeps everyone happy.