The Chevrolet Tahoe is a sports utility vehicle manufactured by General Motors. It is very similar to the GMC Yukon, and it was originally called the Chevy Blazer until 1995, when the name was changed to Tahoe. In the late 1990s, the Tahoe was available with automatic or manual transmission, either two-wheel or four-wheel drive trains, and either a two-door or four-door design. In 1998, the two-door design was dropped, and soon after that in 2000, the entire vehicle was redesigned. With the redesign of the Tahoe in 2000, the company stopped producing vehicles with manual transmission.
In the year 2000, Chevrolet completely changed the Tahoe's chassis and engine. The 2000 models of the vehicle ran on either a 4.8 liter or 5.3 liter 8-cylinder engine. Since then, various models of the Tahoe have been run on V-8 engines, V-9 engines and even gas-electric hybrid engines. Because the entire vehicle was redesigned in 2000 and the company stopped producing manual transmission models of the Tahoe, the only Chevrolet Tahoes that are available with manual transmission are those models produced between 1995 and 1999.Learn more about Car Makes & Models