Despite its size, second row seating in the Tahoe is tight. Head room is limited, and so is knee room, exacerbated by the low seating position. You do get your own set of air conditioning controls, though. Third row comfort isn’t any better; you’re virtually sitting on a floor-mounted padded cushion, knees in the air, but there’s good head and shoulder room. Our test vehicle had two captain’s chairs in the second row, which made getting in back a snap, even without using the power folding feature on the center row seats. Second and third row passengers do benefit from the DVD player, which will hopefully distract them from their otherwise uncomfortable digs.