Difference Between 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe LS vs LT | Valley Chevy

2018 Chevrolet Tahoe LS vs LT

Valley Chevrolet - 2018 Trims Tahoe LS vs LT

The 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe is the heir to the throne for best full-size SUVs. Choose available 4G LTE WiFi from Onstar. The 23 highway miles per gallon is the best in its class for V8s. These features add enough value to earn a Kelley Blue Book Five Year Cost to Own Award. The Tahoe is fully loaded with technology and safety features, and comes in a variety of trims. The Chevy Tahoe’s trim level options give the buyer lots of choices for how to equip their full-size SUV. Here’s how the 2018 Chevy Tahoe LS compares to the LT trim level.

2018 Chevy LS vs LT Tahoe Trims

The Tahoe is the little brother to the Suburban, but there's nothing little about this SUV.

Valley Chevrolet - 2018 Trims Tahoe LS

Tahoe LS

MSRP from $48,795

The LS trim of the Tahoe has everything you need in an SUV and then some:

  • 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 engine with Active Fuel Management™, Direct Injection and Variable Valve Timing
  • Chevrolet MyLink† with 8-inch diagonal color touch-screen
  • Rear vision camera
  • 18-inch aluminum wheels
  • Fold-flat second- and third-row seats
  • 6-speed automatic transmission
  • Projector-beam headlamps
  • LED daytime running lamps
  • Rear Park Assist
  • Remote vehicle starter system
  • Tri-zone automatic climate controls
  • Front Center Air Bag (with standard bucket seats)†
Valley Chevrolet - 2018 Trims Tahoe LT

Tahoe LT

MSRP from $53,895

In addition to all the bells and whistles in the LS trim, the LT has this to offer:

  • Leather-appointed first- and second-row seats
  • Power liftgate with programmable height
  • Heated front bucket seats with memory
  • Bose® premium 9-speaker sound system
  • Lane Keep Assist
  • IntelliBeam automatic high beam headlamps
  • Forward Collision Alert

2018 Tahoe LS vs LT Bottom Line

Both trim levels of this big SUV come with Chevy’s Rear Park Assist, Apple CarPlay and everything else you need to stay comfortable for the long haul. The Tahoe LT takes things from capable to downright extravagant. Options include keyless open and start, front park assist, a power sunroof and rear seat entertainment with Blu-Ray and DVD capability. The list of features goes on and on. The only way to truly understand the differences is to see them for yourself.

Test Drive the 2018 Chevy Tahoe in Phoenix

There’s no going wrong with America’s most legendary SUV, so don’t let the choice between trim levels stress you out. Visit a Valley Chevy Dealer location in Central Arizona to try them both. Your choice becomes easier once you get a personal look at the features these two models provide.