The largest sport utility vehicle on the market, the Chevrolet Suburban is all-new for 2015 and is a terrific choice for anyone who wants to carry a large amount of people and their gear. It can carry up to nine people or up to 121 cubic feet of cargo behind the front row. For those who are planning a trip to the great outdoors, the Suburban can tow a trailer, RV or boat weighing as much as 8,300 pounds. No wonder it has the best resale value in its class.
The Suburban is far more than just a workhorse. It'll get people to and from in style, and has efficient V8 power under the hood. Chevy's biggest SUV celebrates its 80th birthday with a redesign that brings crisp, modern lines and a quiet, elegant cabin. Tri-zone climate control comes standard, and there are available features like a ride comfort package, heated and cooled seats, 10-speaker audio and a Blu-ray/DVD player. You can even wirelessly charge your smartphone while on the road.
The Suburban has plenty of convenience and safety features too, like a power liftgate you can adjust to suit the height of the person who's using it. On higher trim levels, the second and third rows power fold. You can also get power-adjustable pedals, Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warning.
The Chevrolet Suburban offers a lot of value for the money, offering a winning combination of comfort, convenience, capability and reliability for a starting price of under $50,000. That it has the best resale value in its segment makes that value even sweeter.
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