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2005 Chevrolet Tahoe Overview
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Based on 15 reviews
The 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe was the best-selling fullsize SUV in the US market. Thanks to its size and rugged construction, the '05 Chevy Tahoe captured the market and the imaginations of drivers who wanted an SUV that could handle off-road adventures as well as everyday carpool chores.
Three trim levels were offered for the 2005 Chevy Tahoe: LS, LT, and sporty Z71. All trims were available with a choice of rear-wheel or four-wheel drive. The 4WD models were especially popular with people looking for something a little more rugged.
And the '05 Chevrolet Tahoe didn't sacrifice comfort for toughness. The cabin and interior were well-appointed on the entry-level LS trim, and a number of fancy touches were added for the LT and Z71 choices.
Under the hood, the 2005 Tahoe LT and Z71 came standard with the powerful 5.3 liter, 295-horsepower Vortec 5300 engine, which put out 330 lb.-ft. of torque. The LS came off the line with the 4.8 liter Vortec 4800, clocked at 285 horsepower and 295 lb.-ft. of torque, but buyers could upgrade to the 5300.
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Chevrolet Tahoe Questions
2005 Tahoe Z71 Lifter Ticking That Goes Away With Oil Pressure Isues??
I have a 2005 Tahoe with a 5.3L. It has the lifter ticking when first started and normal oil pressure, The ticking keep s going for about 5 to 10 miles until it warms up. During this time the oil pres...
I Have A 2005 Chevy Tahoe 5.3 Liter Vortex Motor. Difining The Noise Is Dif...
Help me diagnose my problem.
05 Tahoe Over Heating
Changed pump and thermostat still getting hot what next
2005 Tahoe Will Not Get To Operating Temp In Cold Weather.
Last winter I hit a deer and radiator tranny cooler and basically all new front end was replaced. Ever since the operating temp will not get above 180 degrees in the winter.