Giving Officers the Room, Muscle and Safety Needed While in Pursuit

With the Chevrolet Tahoe PPV, police fleets will find unmatched interior space while the Silverado SSV provides excellent durability for high-output needs.

With more onboard technology going inside the vehicle, law enforcement agencies and emergency support operators are finding the need for more space without compromising performance. This is why many law enforcement agencies are increasingly replacing older-model squad sedans with SUVs.2

That's where the 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe PPV comes in. With unmatched interior space over its competitors, the Tahoe PPV offers comfort while still giving officers the performance required while in pursuit. The performance is delivered from an EcoTec3® 5.3L V8 engine that packs 355 horsepower and 383 lb.-ft. of torque.

For safety, the Tahoe has received the highest Government Front Crash and Side Crash safety ratings — 5-stars.3 Standard safety features include a Rear Vision Camera and rear parking assist, and the StabiliTrak® stability enhancement system with Proactive Roll Avoidance.1

Along with the need for performance and safety, every agency also has a budget to follow that can make fleet expenses a challenge. With the Tahoe PPV, Active Fuel Management® helps improve fuel economy by turning cylinders off when full performance isn't needed. This can help agencies recoup some of the lost fuel dollars when officers sit idle. The fuel management system also includes variable valve timing and direct injection — all of which bring the EPA-estimated fuel economy to 23 mpg highway and 16 mpg city on the 2WD model.

As more onboard technology is being placed in pursuit vehicles, emergency support vehicles are also finding similar requirements in needing additional space without negatively affecting performance. The Chevrolet Silverado SSV offers segment-leading head and front seat leg room, as well as an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 22 mpg highway on the 4WD models.

Plus, the standard auxiliary battery and upfitter connections make it easy to get the vehicle upfitted and ready to roll out as an active fleet unit. While many agencies add more and more advanced technology inside the cab, the high-output alternator also helps provide the energy needed to power today's onboard equipment.

More Highlights: Chevrolet Tahoe PPV (2WD)

  • Total interior passenger volume: 120.7 cu.-ft.
  • Maximum cargo volume behind front seat: 111.8 cu.-ft.
  • Turning diameter curb-to-curb: 39 ft.
  • Ground clearance: 8.5 in.
  • Body-on-frame chassis design
  • 4 auxiliary power outlets
  • 110 volt under-dash power outlet

More Highlights: Chevrolet Silverado SSV

  • Maximum payload: 1,820 lbs.4 
  • Towing capacity: up to 9,400 lbs.5 
  • Total interior passenger volume: 105 cu.-ft.
  • Maximum cargo box volume: 61 cu.-ft.6 
  • Ground clearance: 8.93 in.7 
  • CornerStep rear bumper with box-rail grip pockets and box-rail protectors
  • 5-Star Overall Vehicle Score for safety3

1 Safety features are no substitute for the driver's responsibility to operate the vehicle in a safe manner. The driver should remain attentive to traffic, surroundings and road conditions at all times. Read the vehicle Owner's Manual for important feature limitations and information.
2 According to the 2016 Government Fleet Fact Book.
3 Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the NHTSA's New Car Assessment Program (
4 Crew Cab Short Box 4x4 model. For comparison purposes only. See the Owner's Manual and the label on the vehicle door jamb for the carrying capacity of a specific vehicle.
5 Requires Crew Cab Short Box or Standard Box 2WD model with available Trailering Package and available 3.42 axle ratio. Before you buy a vehicle or use it for trailering, carefully review the trailering section of the Owner's Manual. The weight of passengers, cargo, and options or accessories may reduce the amount you can tow.
6 Crew Cab Standard Box 2WD or 4x4 model.
7 Crew Cab Standard Box 4x4 model.