This is where the Tahoe really separates itself from its predecessor. The interior is not just nice to look at, but put together with care and precision. We found a few slight variances around the fake wood trim on the center console, and we wish the hard plastic on the dash top didn’t flex quite so much, but overall we were very impressed with how the Tahoe was put together inside. The exterior is much the same. Gone are the inch-wide gaps between bumper and body, replaced by a flush mounted piece. Gaps between the doors and hood are also much smaller, and mostly consistent, with only a millimeter or so of variance. Overall, it’s a huge improvement over previous generations.