Wind doesn’t go quietly around big, square objects, and you hear it in the big, square Tahoe, but not as much as you might expect. The outside mirrors and windshield header are the biggest culprits, but in all fairness the Tahoe is subdued considering its brick-like aerodynamics. The engine only makes itself known when you’re standing on the throttle, where it makes good V8 rumbles. There’s also a good amount of road rumble from the 20-inch tires, but surprisingly little tread slap on small bumps. The interior is gratefully free of rattles and squeaks, even over rough roads.