In 1995, Chevrolet changed the name of their full-size SUV from Blazer to Tahoe. Until this time, they were all 2-door models and most had a removable hardtop. But now GM decided to eliminate their removable hardtop offering and introduce an option for 4-doors. There was also an option for RWD or 4WD. Either way, this truck was a beast with huge towing potential - but it guzzled gas. Later generations saw the addition of several different engine configurations, including flex fuel and hybrid technology. This helped a little, but the 5,000-lb. vehicle will never get the kind of mileage one could expect from a passenger car. Still, there are few alternatives if you need to tow a trailer across country or carry 9 passengers. Most know that Chevrolet Tahoe parts are the same as those found on GMC's Yukon, since they are built on the same platform. Notable differences are the front grille, headlights on some models, and trim.