There's no place like a Tahoe for perforated leather seating, power-adjustable pedals for both brake and accelerator, and heated, leather-wrapped steering wheels. Keyless entry was even available all the way back in 2015 before those features were really staples of family SUV. That's one thing you'll notice about any Tahoe in the last 10 years. It's still competitive on interior comfort with even the newest model vehicles. All you're doing when you buy one of these is getting a sale on features that modern buyers pay more for.
Even as far back as 2015, the Tahoe was equipped with front and rear parking assist, a rear vision camera, and Side Blind Zone Alert. It's amazing to really look at what Chevrolet put on older model Tahoe trims. Going even further back in the lineup, you're still going to get features like StabiliTrak and OnStar amenities. If you buy a Tahoe, you're going to feel like you're driving in a castle, heavily fortified against any dangers outside. Chevrolet's ability to give you both built-in toughness and forward thinking technology are hallmarks of the brand for as far back as anyone can remember.