The 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe two-door was the last model year for the short-wheelbase two-door full-size SUV. Of course, what really caught your eye was how this loaded low-mileage classic 4x4 has an extra-bold appearance of the full Sport package. It makes for a great mix of stylishness, utility, history, and proper care.
You know you love the way this one looks. After all, these full-size two-door Tahoes have a very beefy style, but the way they did this Sport model really kicked it up a notch. The Pewter Metallic paint has an imposing but sophisticated style, and the Dark Argent Metallic lower section looks like it was forged from granite and then polished to a bright shine. This shows all the right signs of being the factory-applied two-tone, and it continues to look attractive today. That's because you have a straight body on a well-respected SUV. In fact, this has only averaged about 3,200 miles annually, which is quite low considering this generation has earned a hardy reputation as a long-haul king. And the Sport model gives you great details, like the argent flared fenders, matching grille, blackout grille inserts, and cool back and silver pinstriping. As attractive as this is, this is also a true 4x4 with a practical side. The split tailgate is ideal for sitting on at ballgames, and the proper trailer hitch with wiring plug means bringing more fun along with you.
The interior also reflects the low mileage and well-respected nature. It has a clean and complete look everywhere from the GM rubber floor mats to the comfy pattern of the velour seats. This comes loaded with all the best features for a driver's classic. It starts with the high-back bucket seats with folding armrests and a cup holder center console. Yours even power adjusts to the ideal driving position. You've got power windows, power locks, cruise control, a tilt steering column, the factory AM/FM/cassette stereo w/separate CD player, and cold-blowing factory air conditioning. And this is also good for bringing everyone along, too. The rear seat has adult-sized headroom and legroom, and the cargo area behind that has plenty of room for everyone's gear.
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. But more than just a nice presentation, this SUV is built to be versatile. The push-button two-speed transfer case turns this into a go-anywhere 4x4. So we bet you're already imagining doing everything from going to the boat ramp to sitting on the tailgate and roasting campsite marshmallows. But even if you just use this one for grocery runs, you'll appreciate features like the power steering, independent front suspension, front disc brakes, and four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive.
Complete with owner's manual, this is a final-year full-size two-door Tahoe/Blazer. So when something this significant is so well preserved and done in the rare Sport form, you know you're looking at a special opportunity. Don't miss it, call today!