Rear view, right side
Picture courtesy of Allan Snogdahl, Lille
Specific: The Chevrolet is used
by EOD of Zealand. Apparently it has replaced the Mercedes
300GE late 2001 or
Historical: The Tahoe was originally called the
K-Blazer when it debuted in 1969 as a 2-door sport
utility, built on a full-size truck platform. The
K-Blazer was a full-size sport utility, yet smaller and
more manoeuvrable than the Suburban, and featured
standard 4WD and a removable fiberglass hardtop. The
Blazer received major redesigns in 1973 and in 1992,
along with the Suburban.
In 1995 the first 4-door was produced and the name was
changed to Tahoe, while the midsize S-10 Blazer retained
the Blazer name. Safety enhancements have been added over
the last few years, including the availability of a new
AutoTrac full-time four-wheel-drive system and the OnStar
mobile communications system. The Chevrolet Tahoe was
completely redesigned for the 2000 model year,
incorporating the look and the features of the new
generation of Silverado pickup trucks.
Length: 5.35 m (209 inches).
Width: 2.07 m (81 inches).
Height: 1.96 m (76 inches).
Weight: 3.075 kg (6.765 lb.).
Engine: V8-cylinder, 5.327 cm3 (325 cubic inches).
Horsepower: 273 at 3.900 rpm.
Transfer case: 2-speed.
Electrical system: 12 volt, negative ground.
Tyres: 265/70 - R16.
without preparation: N/A.
with deep water fording kit: N/A.
Fuel type: Petrol.
Fuel capacity: 98 liter (21 gallons).
Range: 325 km (203 miles).
Crew: 1 + 4.
Additional: Mounted with CE M8000 3.600
kg capacity front winch.