Chevrolet Suburban SUVs

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2018 Chevrolet Suburban

For 2018, the Suburban gains a new RST (Rally Sport Truck) package that brings 22-inch gloss-black wheels, gloss-black trim and unique badging. LED daytime running lights are made standard on all trims, and new dealer-installed options include a Borla exhaust and Brembo brakes.

2017 Chevrolet Suburban

Chevrolet gives the 2017 Suburban SUV more features this year, including standard Teen Driver and available low-speed, forward-collision braking. The LTZ trim is renamed Premier and given perforated leather seats, while the MyLink system can now remind parents to check the back seat before leaving the vehicle.

About Chevrolet Suburban

Having first been introduced in 1935, the 2018 Chevrolet Suburban carries the industry’s longest-running nameplate. Still the go-to vehicle for big families with big needs, the Suburban is hard to beat. Its only real competition comes from the all-new extended-length Ford Expedition Max, a vehicle that offers a higher tow rating than the big Chevy by 1,000 pounds. But, the Suburban’s ace in the hole is its upscale interior, proven 5.3-liter V8 engine and numerous high-tech infotainment and driver-assist features. Neither the Nissan Armada nor Toyota Sequoia can match the Suburban’s dimensions, although those looking for even more power and even greater creature comforts can find it in the Suburban’s twin, the GMC Yukon Denali.

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