/2015 Chevrolet Tahoe Gets Advanced Anti-Theft Systems

2015 Chevrolet Tahoe Gets Advanced Anti-Theft Systems

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It is a known fact that car thieves in America have a penchant for SUVs, especially those that look kind of cool and ‘gangsta.’ So Chevrolet decided to thief-proof their 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe in the factory to offer its customer peace of mind. This, probably, will be the car’s biggest selling point.

Among the highlight of the 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe’s anti-theft systems include a steering column lock that deters push-away and tow-away theft, as well as more robust door lock cylinders and shields to prevent access with slim jims and other tools.

The Tahoe benefits from multi-layered security. If the thief managed to break into the vehicle, he or she would be disappointed to see there is nothing of any significant worth to steal. That is the car has creative and hidden storage, such as a compartment behind the available infotainment screen. It also has bolted down third-row seats. Apparently, thieves like third-row seats very much.

The Theft Protection Package available on the LT and LTZ includes glass breakage sensors, interior motion sensors, and an inclination/tilt sensor to provide a 360 degree protection. Additional features reinforce key control systems to make it more difficult to start or move the vehicle without an authorized key.

Last but not least, the car features OnStar Stolen Vehicle Assistance kit consisting of Stolen Vehicle Location, Stolen Vehicle Slowdown and Remote Ignition Block all. The 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe is also quite safe in a crash, boasting advanced systems such as forward collision alert, front park assist, lane departure warning, lane change assist, rear cross traffic alert and adaptive cruise control.

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