Since the Suburban was as new as new gets in 2015, changes for 2016 are minimal. An enhanced Driver Alert Package includes several convenience and safety features, there's an available head-up display, a new standard 8-inch screen with Connected Radio, enhanced Chevrolet MyLink with phone integration and some new colors.
The 2015 Chevrolet Suburban is all new from stem to stern. Based on the same chassis as the new 2014 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck, the Suburban boasts styling wholly different from the truck, an interior that's easily best-in-class, and a host of technology new to GM's big SUVs.
About Chevrolet Suburban
Chevrolet's eternally popular Suburban was all-new last year and is the pinnacle of the full-size SUV market, with a combination of striking looks, impressive capabilities, noteworthy luxury, detail refinement and a driving experience that makes it tops in its class. Changes for 2016 are understandably minimal, and include new driver aids for enhanced operation, convenience and safety, an upgraded sound system and some new colors. The main competition in this category is the Ford Expedition EL, a popular and capable choice in its own right, but the newer Suburban beats it on newness and refinement, and the import competitors, such as the Nissan Armada and Toyota Sequoia, simply do not match up on size and capabilities. This really is the top of the full-size SUV class.