Chevrolet Suburban 2016 ~ Chevrolet Suburban is the original SUV, and over the years it continues to be one of the top full-size SUV in the market. As one of the oldest nameplates US market, Suburban reaching all the way back to the 1930s. However, as we will wrap up in 2014, the Suburban today is much different from its predecessor that much, but still has a strong foothold in the full-size SUV market today.
With modern advances through the years, Chevrolet has been able to keep the nameplate Suburban stronger than before.
Model and Price
2015 Chevrolet Suburban 2WD ½ ton LTZ we drove came with a $ 61,700 base price and destination charge of $ 995 to the price, you get some standard features, including third-row seats are heated. Options include a "Sun, Entertainment, destination" package ($ 3,305) which adds an electric sunroof, an additional nine months XM radio, and audio system with the Chevrolet MyLink touch and navigation. In addition to adaptive cruise control ($ 1.695), 22-inch aluminum wheels ($ 895), crystal red metallic paint ($ 495), and a trailer package ($ 300), the price of the ring in the final testing on a total of $ 68,885.
Safety and Key Features
2015 Suburban LTZ comes standard with safety features such as forward collision warning, warning side blind zone with lane warning departure, rear memorial cross traffic, seat safety warning, rear-view camera, tire pressure monitoring system, and a host of airbags throughout the cabin, including the impact side and head curtain side impact for all outboard seating.
You can not get more than the 2015 Chevrolet Suburban-friendly. This is a family bus with modern-day amenities. The full-size SUV is purpose-built to take the whole family away for the weekend with a boat or trailer in tow. Although the Suburban has from previous years in the cargo space - from 45.8 cubic feet to 39.3 cubic feet is still great - there was plenty of room for the whole family to carry luggage when using the third row. Children have easy access to the third row, thanks to the power-folding second-row seat.
Comfort and Quality
We thought 2015 was the best Suburban Suburban but with the 5.3-liter V-8 under the hood, pushing out 355 horsepower and 383 lb.-ft. of torque. Paired with a six-speed automatic transmission, it provides plenty of smooth acceleration when getting on the freeway they were short on-ramps.
Standard suspension gives supple and smooth, but with the optional MRC (magnetic ride control), it takes it to another level, controlling body Suburban great even better. Stepping into the interior, it is clear to see that the quality and feel has benefited from the attention to detail. With more cockpit-like feel, the dashboard and center console feel more spacious, giving each occupant more personal space and luxury.
Machine Chevrolet Suburban
We were surprised how well Suburban handled heavy in all driving conditions, as it was easy to forget how great this SUV. It seems really shrunk thanks to the driver such as a rearview camera, side blind zone alert, cross traffic alert, and more. But mostly it is the power of a 5.3-liter V-8 that really did the trick. We would definitely choose to MRC suspension, as standard rear leaf springs can make you crave.
Prices-as-tested: $ 68,885
EPA City: 16
EPA Highway: 23
EPA Combined: 18
Cargo Space: 39.3 cubic feet
Child Seat fitment, Second Row: Excellent
Fitment of child seats, Third Row: Good
Combined Estimated Range: 558 miles
Intellichoice Cost of Ownership: N / A