The 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe SUV is perfect for the kind of person who wears an extra-large shirt but not an XXL one, or who picks the sundae with two scoops of ice cream but not three. Completely redesigned for 2021, the Tahoe ($51,295 base price including destination fee) is big and brawny, but not as big and brawny as its larger cousin the $53,995 Chevrolet Suburban. Chevy revamped the Suburban and Tahoe for the new model year, with the Tahoe basically representing a shorter version of the Suburban (Chevrolet's largest SUV). But even though the Tahoe has a shorter body, it still offers more than enough passenger and cargo space for most car shoppers – and costs almost $3,000 less than the Suburban does. I recently tested the Tahoe 4WD Premier trimline (base price: $67,495), which is one level down from the top-of-the-line High Country edition.