This is the end of an era. The 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe two-door was
the last model year for the short wheelbase two-door full-size SUV.
And it only gets better as you see how well this loaded bold red
machine has been cared for correctly.
There's just something a lot more fun about a two-door big SUV. We
love the K5 Blazers because they really put the "Sport" in
Sport-Utility Vehicle, and the last few years they carried the
premium Tahoe name. So this one has the most modern style that
Chevy has ever put to these SUVs to date. But more than just a
standout for its rarity, this one will grab attention for its
overall presentation. The red paint has the kind of hard shine that
gives this imposing SUV a sophisticated nature. Especially because
it has both a sliver pinstripe and silver lower section for a
premium look of the upper-class LT package. Rivaling the paint for
shine is all the brightwork on the grille, bumpers, and even the
15-inch alloy wheels. The overall nice condition of this Chevy is a
true rare find, but that's what you get on a low mileage machine
(averaging less than 2,300 miles annually.) More than just look
great, this has all the right practical features, like tow ball,
4-pin trailer plug, and the wide opening dual rear doors that are
great for swallowing cargo.
The silver exterior accenting coordinates nicely with the full gray
interior. The comfortable seating offers plush buckets up front,
and the driver's one even power adjusts for the perfect long-haul
driving position. A loaded modern classic like this means you never
go wanting for features. It includes power windows, power locks,
power mirrors, keyless entry, cup holder center console, electric
rear defogger, an overhead console, the factory AM/FM/cassette
stereo w/CD player, and cold-blowing factory air conditioning.
Plus, modern features also mean modern safety with anti-lock brakes
and dual front air bags. The rear seat has adult-size legroom, and
there's still plenty of room behind that for everyone's gear. So an
SUV like this is both attractive and useful.
Under the hood is a correct 5.7-liter fuel-injected V8. The Vortec
motor looks like a powerful time capsule - just like the rest of
this Tahoe. So it's everyday potential includes towing the toys.
And while the odometer is low, we know you can also see the
long-haul potential in this one. After all, it's designed to eat
the miles with ease thanks to power steering, front- disc brakes,
cruise control, and four-speed automatic transmission
Complete with owner's manual, this is a rare opportunity at a
well-presented final-year two-door SUV. And at a price like this,
you might want to hurry if you want to take it home. Call