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2021 Chevrolet Suburban vs Tahoe: Differences & changes compared

The Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe dominate the full size SUV market, and they’ve been redesigned for 2021. See how they differ from each other side by side.

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Tahoe
Like earlier generations, the Suburban and Tahoe share the front end. They are also available with the same 5.3L V8, 6.2L V8 and 3L turbo-diesel I6.
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Tahoe
The big difference (again) between the Tahoe and Suburban is overall length, with the Suburban having a longer wheelbase and rear overhang. With the new model, the Tahoe has closed the gap. The Tahoe's length has grown 6.7-in (170mm), while the Suburban is just 1.3-in (33mm) longer. So the difference in length has shrunk from 20.4-in (518mm) to just 15-in (381mm).
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Tahoe
With the 2021 models, the Tahoe has been given a slightly sportier look with a (slightly) racier window line.
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Tahoe
Both the new Tahoe and Suburban have classier interiors, and less trucklike dashboards.
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Tahoe
While the Tahoe is a lot bigger, and the Suburban a bit bigger, the Suburban still has significantly more space, especially in the trunk and for anyone seated behind the first row.

Suburban dimensions (vs 11th generation)

Length: 225.7″ (+1.3″) | 5,733mm (+33mm)
Width: 81.1″ (+0.6″) | 2,060mm (+15mm)
Height: 75.7″ (+1.3″) | 1,923mm (+33mm)
Wheelbase: 134.1″ (+4.1″) | 3,406mm (+104mm)

Tahoe dimensions (vs fourth generation)

Length: 210.7″ (+6.7″) | 5,352mm (+170mm)
Width: 81″ (+0.5″) | 2,057mm (+13mm)
Height: 75.9″ (+1.5″) | 1,928mm (+38mm)
Wheelbase: 120.9″ (+4.9″) | 3,071mm (+124mm)


2021 Chevrolet Suburban



2021 Chevrolet Tahoe