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Wednesday, February 08, 2006 

2007 Chevrolet Tahoe: Leaning Towards Safety

Author: Joe Thompson
The 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe has been designed and crafted by
Chevrolet the automobile manufacturer with family safety in
mind. Just like any other vehicle from Chevrolet, the 2007 Tahoe
has made it a point to be able to perform well as well as
provide safety before a crash, during a crash, as well as after
a crash. This vehicle comes in three trim levels that comprise
of the LS, the LT, and the LTZ.

The 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe is one of the first creations of
General Motors as per new full size sport utility vehicles. The
interior layout of this vehicle is quite symmetrical and very
engaging. It also incorporates a build quality that is vastly
superior to any other previous vehicles crafted by the company.
The vehicle had dropped off the hard plastic trim framing
controls and put in its place modern and cohesive construction
that provides and exudes a more European look. The new interior
holds beautiful import materials thus providing a premium-touch
surface and a tasteful element in styling. As per noise, this
hubbub from the road and the wind is well hidden and kept away
from its passengers. It holds the capacity to absorb persistent
surface degradation. The whole vehicle is very rattle-free.

As per the company's leaning towards safety, they have included
several features so as to showcase their efforts in providing
extreme safety during inevitable accidents, crashes, and
collisions. Antilock brake systems, or also known as ABS, has
been designed so as to assist in maintaining steering control.
This system does this by reducing wheel lockup during hard
braking on slippery surfaces. The StabiliTrak Electronic
Stability Control System has been added in so as to improve
vehicle stability especially on slick surfaces. When this
feature senses that the 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe is not responding
to steering input, it automatically adjusts the engine torque
and brake pressure at each wheel so as to assist the driver in
getting the Tahoe back on track. Other safety features include
Daytime Running Lamps, the OnStar system, the Lower Anchors and
Top tethers for Children, or LATCH, system, frontal air bags,
side-impact airbags, head-curtain side air bags, and front air
bags with passenger sensing system.

Other features of the 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe include bumpers, power doors, black door
handles, halogen fog lamps, a luggage rack with center rails,
heated mirrors, a rear parking assist, 17-inch aluminum wheels, cargo mats, cargo shades for
the third row, a cruise control, climate controls, an electric
defogger, a remote keyless entry, an adjusted and tilt wheel
steering column, a sunroof, sun visors, temperature control and
a theft-deterrent system among many others.

Whether having a journey on extreme conditions or on sleepy town
roads, the 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe deserves excellent maintenance
so as to be able for this vehicle to continuously offer the best
functionality and longevity. Maintenance involves taking care of
its parts as well as involving replace worn out parts. Worn out
parts could jeopardize the health of the 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe
and could pose to be a danger for its driver and passengers.
Excellent and quality Chevrolet Tahoe and Chevrolet car parts
could be found at Auto Parts Discount's online store. Auto Parts Discount is one of the leading online
stores where owners can get guaranteed high quality parts at low

About the author:
Joe Thompson is the owner of a successful auto body shop in
Ferndale, California. This 38 year old is also a prolific
writer, contributing automotive related articles to various