The 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe Custom is a new trim that brings down the base price of Chevy’s midsize SUV. While most special edition models require a price premium, this one is knocking down the price by about $3,500 over a Tahoe LS.
So, how is Chevrolet accomplishing this? Well, less money naturally means less features. The Custom removes the Tahoe’s third-row seat entirely and 18-inch painted wheels replace the normal polished units. Aside from those two issues, the Tahoe Custom is basically the same as a Tahoe LS.
That said, the Tahoe LS comes well-equipped these days. It has Chevy’s 355 horsepower 5.3-liter V-8 and an eight-inch touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Buyers wanting more than the base version can still add a host of options to the Tahoe Custom, including four-wheel-drive.
Tahoe Custom will arrive in Chevrolet dealerships this fall with a base price of $44,995.