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1996 Chevrolet Tahoe LT [GMT420]

1996 Chevrolet Tahoe [GMT420] in Final Destination 2, Movie, 2003 IMDB

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Model origin: US

1996 Chevrolet Tahoe LT [GMT420]

Position 00:11:14 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

See the 19 comments from this page that were archived

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antp BE

2004-07-16 13:15

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Vue pendant le premier quart-d'heure, détruite de deux manières différentes

Jaqob P. NL

2006-01-04 21:04

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Weird angle of photographing :lol:

Fish US

2006-02-28 05:42

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One of the best crash's in movie history!!!!!!!!! This Tahoe has a sunroof, aftermarket of course. Poor truck it was a very nasty way to die!

antp BE

2006-02-28 09:43

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Actually there were two crashed with that red Tahoe in the movie (one in the picture above, and one later where it is hit by a truck)

antp BE

2006-06-05 14:07

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[Image: freightliner0016108eo.9824.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2015-04-27 17:27:19

Carfan US

2006-07-08 20:27

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Ouch!! Horrible way to get killed!

Firebird86 US

2006-07-08 22:30

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Just wait till Explorer4x4 sees this............ :lol: He'll be able to comment for days

antp BE

2006-07-08 23:25

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It is listed since some time, so I guess that he already saw it (we are lucky that they did not use a Ford Explorer for that :D)

explorer4x4

2006-07-09 00:24

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Firebird86 wrote Just wait till Explorer4x4 sees this............ :lol: He'll be able to comment for days


Ha, ha, ha. So funny.
If you insist, I'll comment for days. But I'd rather die in a beautiful car, then a Prius. And Tahoes had availible moon-roofs.

What happened to the driver??? If it were a real crash, the driver and passenger would live, yet alas, they'd kill everything they hit. Oh well, can't have everything.


-- Last edit: 2006-07-09 00:28:36

antp BE

2006-07-09 00:36

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explorer4x4 wrote If it were a real crash, the driver and passenger would live


yeah, sure: http://img56.imageshack.us/my.php?image=freightliner0016108eo.jpg :lol:

crossroads US

2006-09-24 22:19

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It's not an SLE, it's an LT, the SLE is on GMC vehicles.

-- Last edit: 2006-09-24 22:19:28

tonkatracker US

2006-09-24 22:46

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explorer4x4 wrote

Ha, ha, ha. So funny.
If you insist, I'll comment for days. But I'd rather die in a beautiful car, then a Prius. And Tahoes had availible moon-roofs.

What happened to the driver??? If it were a real crash, the driver and passenger would live, yet alas, they'd kill everything they hit. Oh well, can't have everything.


they didnt have removable pop-up sunroofs though

Jakub77 SK

2006-11-24 21:12

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This is very nice SUV .
I Like That

fish US

2007-01-07 19:48

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Ok I have a 1999 Tahoe and the LT comes with leather which this one did not have, the LS like I have has cloth seats like this one, and explorer4x4 a moonroof was not availible as a FACTORY install till the 2000-2006 body style
PS: I also work for GM

diadem US

2007-03-30 02:15

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Um, that Chevy Tahoe looks so gnarly with its red paint job. :D

diadem US

2007-03-30 02:20

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Although, none of the occupants wore their seat belts or safety belts, They would either be squashed the flipping SUV or ejected from the vehicle or died from the crash. EEK!!!! :( :cry:

Jun JP

2007-03-31 19:14

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Now on air here, what a hard roll over :wow:

fish US

2007-09-29 22:56

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The other thing that really bugs me is in the movie leading up to the crash the rear windows in the tahoe are rolled all the way down. Not possable in the tahoe cause of the doors on that suv windows must have been removed.

truck man US

2007-11-20 05:50

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This is a 1996, not a 1999. The 1995 dash is shown in in some scenes. It also doesn't have faux lug nuts on the center caps, making it a 96'.

-- Last edit: 2015-06-02 01:21:12

FORD RECOVERY EXPERT US

2008-05-24 22:21

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If this is indeed a 96, Why aren't the DRL's (Daytime Running Lamps) On??

My 95 doesn't have the sim lugs either...


If you have payed attn in this movie, you can tell this was an imported Tahoe (Canada or Mexico)
due to the MIL (malfunction indicator lamp) being a picture of the engine, rather than the words, "Service Engine Soon"
Maybe that explains the sunroof also??

-- Last edit: 2008-05-24 22:39:46

mook AS

2009-07-16 06:19

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poor truck :cry: my mom has an early 2000s version of it.if you look closely at the windshield theres no one in it!

GM Fanatic US

2009-08-23 04:30

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FORD RECOVERY EXPERT wrote If this is indeed a 96, Why aren\'t the DRL\'s (Daytime Running Lamps) On??

My 95 doesn\'t have the sim lugs either...


If you have payed attn in this movie, you can tell this was an imported Tahoe (Canada or Mexico)
due to the MIL (malfunction indicator lamp) being a picture of the engine, rather than the words, \"Service Engine Soon\"
Maybe that explains the sunroof also??


thats true, but since it was a movie truck and they knew they were gonna destroy it, they probably disabled the wiring for te drl system

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-08-23 10:54

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The film was made in Canada.

Skid US

2009-11-14 20:41

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Many of these trucks have the DRLs disconnected...they burn out after a while, and few people bother to replace them. You also see a lot of trucks running around with only one working.

There are also people - like me - who can't stand the things and disconnect them on purpose.

tonkaTRACKER US

2009-11-14 21:14

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I doubt there are many people in Canada that disconnect them as they are required there. Also on this particular model the DRL uses the low beam headlight bulb so people usually do replace them if they burn out as the headlight wouldn't work. There are a few things that could have happened to them, one thing is the DRL Relay and or the DRL module could be bad as this was a very common problem on these, or if the parking brake is on the slightest bit it will disable the DRLs (as will putting the Truck in Park) but who knows maybe the film crew disabled them.

-- Last edit: 2009-11-14 21:26:16

Neptune US

2009-11-14 22:59

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The special effects department also either disabled or completely removed the dual front SRS air bags in the Ford Expedition for its premonition crash scene.
They likely disabled or removed the Tahoe’s driver air bag, just incase it should deploy during filming of its crash. A lot of safety systems are disabled or completely
removed or for filming reasons.

SirSonicSlipper EN

2013-11-09 22:35

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Silly girl skipped AC/DC on the radio.

Terra US

2015-04-25 00:19

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-- Last edit: 2015-04-25 12:11:59 (walter)

carcrazedalex586 ZA

2017-12-29 00:33

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In the original script, Kimberly was going to drive a Nissan SUV, unspecified model.

dhill_cb7 US

2019-05-14 05:11

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Main has to be a 1996 with the DRLs disconnected. Very silm chance it is a 1995 with the faux lug nuts being replaced. We may never know but we do know multiple were used. One thumbnail shows the 1997-1999 dash.

Terra US

2019-07-13 00:04

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-- Last edit: 2019-07-13 01:48:55

Truck_Guy US

2019-07-13 02:57

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explorer4x4 wrote And Tahoes had availible moon-roofs.


The [GMT400] generation did not offer a factory moonroof/sunroof. The Tahoe/Yukon/Suburban didn't receive a factory moonroof/sunroof option until the 2000 model year [GMT800] redesign.

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