The full size SUV from Chevy has undergone a number of updates for the 2019 model year including a new exterior color, Shadow Gray Metallic. Going away from the 2019 model year are exterior colors Havana Metallic and Tungsten Metallic. Also, the Premier trim level will get Premier badging on the tailgate.
Finally, there are some updates to the RST Edition Tahoe, which is offered in the new Shadow Gray Metallic paint color as well. The rear fascia closeout feature on the dealer-installed LPO-level is now offered in the following colors: Silver Ice Metallic, Summit White, Black, Iridescent Pearl Tricoat, Shadow Gray Metallic.
Owning a vehicle is tough work. Not only do you have to keep your car clean and running well, but you need to make sure you bring your car in for regular maintenance checks. One of the most important aspects of car maintenance is an oil change. Many car owners are confused about oil changes, though. After all, how often should a car's oil be changed? Should it be performed on a regular basis? What's the best way to make sure an oil change is done right? If you have questions about your car's oil, here's what you need to know.
The best way to prolong the life of your tires is by following the recommended routine maintenance intervals featured in your Chevy's owner's manual. If you service your tires when needed, you can avoid premature wear and having to replace your tires frequently. Regular tire maintenance can also protect you from experiencing tire failure, which is the cause of over 11,000 car accidents a year.