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2018 Chevy Tahoe Safety Rating

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The Chevy Tahoe is America’s best-selling SUV year after year, and it has also been named the Most Dependable Large SUV by J.D. Power and Associates. There are a lot of reasons people love the Tahoe, but one of those reasons is that it can be trusted to keep you and your family safe. Drivers love the Tahoe for daily driving, and it’s also perfect for packing all your gear and heading out on an extended road trip. No matter how you use your 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe, or which trim level you choose, you can count on a complete set of safety features to make your journey a safe one.

2018 Chevrolet Tahoe Safety Features

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All of the most important active safety and driver assistance features can be found in a new 2018 Tahoe. Chevy is always adding new features to make driving easier and safer. The 2018 model has been updated to sound an alert when the driver inflates tires to the perfect pressure. The Chevrolet Tahoe also includes some of the other great safety features we’ve come to love in recent years:

  • Standard rear parking sensors
  • Optional rear cross-traffic alerts
  • Optional lane keeping assistance
  • Optional lane departure alerts
  • Optional front parking sensors
  • Optional forward collision alerts
  • Optional blind spot alerts
  • Optional automatic emergency braking
  • Optional automatic high beams
  • Optional adaptive cruise control

2018 Tahoe Crash Test Safety Ratings

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The excellent Tahoe safety rating results from a combination of large size, durable manufacturing, powerful towing capability, and the advanced safety features mentioned above. U.S. News gives the Tahoe an 8.7 on its Safety Scorecard. This scorecard is based on an analysis of safety features, as well as data from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and National Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) crash tests.

2018 Chevy Tahoe Safety Comparison

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The IIHS has yet to complete its testing for the new Tahoe, but the NHTSA gave it a strong rating of four stars overall. This includes an average rollover rating, and is highlighted by two perfect five star ratings in key areas. The Chevrolet’s 2018 Tahoe earned perfect marks from the NHTSA for its frontal crash and side crash tests.

See also: Should I Buy a New Tahoe or Expedition?

Test Drive a 2018 Chevy Tahoe in Phoenix Today

You can find thousands of 2018 Tahoe reviews and ratings that will tell you how safe and versatile this SUV is. At the end of the day, though, there’s only one way to really know if this is the best SUV for you and your family. Take it for a spin and let the peace of mind sink in when you realize just how safe the Tahoe for 2018 really is. Find and test drive one today at your local Chevy dealer in Phoenix.