The Chevrolet Tahoe is one of the more popular SUVs on the roads. It was the top selling, full-size SUV in the country in 2009 [source: General Motors]. Of course, with more Tahoes sold, there are more available to be stolen. Recent models of this popular SUV have been fully loaded with high-tech features like heated seats, an integrated brake controller, Bluetooth connectible components and a blind spot alert system [source: Edmunds]. Since a large amount of cars stolen in the United States are dismantled for their parts, those cutting edge features can be very profitable for thieves. In 2010, out of every 1,000 Tahoes on the streets, 5.8 were stolen [source: CNN Money].