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Sitting on top of a stiffened, fully boxed ladder chassis, the Suburban’s in new and improved in every exterior and interior part. The truck’s face is smoother and more modern-looking, the headlights are new and feature prong-like extensions that wrap around into the fenders, as well as projector-beam main lighting elements. Combined with the horizontally split grille, the Suburban clearly is a fully up to date Chevy, but consider the jury out on the unique headlight shape.
Moving on from the front end look, there are neatly tailored creases through fenders and side panels that provide a unique, contemporary look. Part of that smoothness can be attributed to the SUV’s doors, which now are inset into the body, resulting in better door and reduced noise. The ride is now positively ‘limousine silent’.
The Suburban debuts with the poweful 5.3-liter, small-block V-8 engine’s Ecotec 3 engine which includes variable valve timing, direct injection, and Active Fuel Management cylinder-deactivation feature as the. Output stands at a prodigious 355 horsepower and 383 lb-ft of torque mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.
The steering is now electrically assisted and top-spec LTZ models now offer GM’s Magnetic Ride Control adaptive dampers. Chevy also widened the rear track, tweaked the brake feel for more feedback, and upped the standard wheel size to 18-inchers. This results in improved handling and braking;
The accommodation for passengers inside the Suburban is unmatched in the market. Offering hugely comfortable, multi-function front seating with either 7 passenger second row reclining buckets or 8 passenger luxury bench. The rear seats offer two more inches of legroom, and the second- and third-row seats fold flat to open up a palatial 121.1 cubic feet of cargo space. For hauling occupants in style, the interior is vastly improved over the old Suburban’s rather plain cabin trappings. A new, carlike dashboard can be had covered in stitched vinyl, wood, and metallic accents.
As for the Suburban’s other capabilities, namely hauling people, cargo, and trailers, well, Chevy improved its chops in those areas, too.
A gaggle of new safety technologies hit the Suburban for the first time, while a few others carry over, to keep occupants safe while they’re plugging things into outlets and watching movies. The list includes forward collision alert, lane-departure warning, lane change assist, rear cross traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, a front-seat center airbag, and Chevy’s vibrating driver’s seat that alerts pilots to dangers picked up by several of the aforementioned safety nets.
Competitors for the Suburban are few and far between. Simply put, no other SUV worldwide offer the same combination of power, luxury, accommodation, performance and load hauling ability.