2021 CHEVROLET Suburban SUV

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* 49 Months @ 10000 Miles

EcoTec3 5.3L V8 355hp 383ft. lbs.^10-Speed Shiftable Automatic | Dynamic Fuel Management

The brand new 2021 Chevy Suburban is a full size SUV with more passenger space, more cargo space, and a new Rear-Seat Media System.

Suburbans tend to be family-friendly, cargo heavy, tow-ready, passenger tanks that roll down the road with a big profile, and smooth efficiency. The Chevy Suburban 2021 edition fills that to a T. Alongside a rather mixed bag of features, it manages to score very high in its class amongst critics and enthusiasts.

With a surprisingly good fuel economy and a serene driving feel, this car meets some of the highest demands in its class. In fact, it rides at the top of its class in fuel economy and cargo capacity.

As far as hauling cargo there is no limit to onboard storage, and it really is incredible, but those in need of a strong tow vehicle might be interested in checking the competitors to the 2021 Suburban edition. With a tow capacity of around +6,000 pounds, it’s slightly outmatched by its cousin the Chevy Silverado 2021 edition. However, what it lacks in tow capability it more than makes up for in maneuverability. Easily nudging out the Chevy Tahoe its ability to handle. A definite plus in this larger vehicle class.

Another thing many critics have found problematic is the Suburbans onboard controls and infotainment management. Dubbed lagging, or finicky at best, there is some room to grow from this manufacturer if they are to meet the standards set by competitors like BMW.

To counter, or even make up for buggy onboard controls, is a lavish and spacious interior that can comfortably sit 8 people. For the class, the Chevy Suburban almost blurs the lines between Large SUV class, and Luxury class, with a brawny but sophisticated interior anyone can feel like they’re riding top class. Still, contemplating the purchase of this outstanding truck? Meet & greet the 2021 Suburban now and read our full blown review.

Best 2021 Chevy Suburban Lease DealsFor drivers who spend more time looking at the specs than the interior, this revamped edition of a Chevy classic brings some new strength with it. Including a new 6.2 liter V.8 base engine and a 10-speed automatic transmission option in some models. Giving a little more finesse and power to the new series.

As far as safety features go, the 2021 Suburban is somewhat of a mixed bag. With a long list of new and exciting safety features, it has a lot of options for control and visibility. However, it has received only a 3 out of 5 rating from the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration. As well as a below average reliability rating from J.D. Power. Coming in at a 2.5 out of five from the organization.

This may deter many on comer buyers, but long time fans, critics and driving enthusiasts are familiar with this particular classes often average to below average ratings for those categories. It’s simply something that tends to come with this size and style of vehicle.

As a final take on the vehicle it’s everything you need to haul people, or things anywhere you need with good economy. It’s comfortable, more powerful than previous models, and has a fantastic luxury interior. It’s affordable, even if it’s high for the typical range in this class. (Around $50,000 base)

It does however leave something to be desired as far as smooth riding and safety ratings, and that can give many consumers the nudge to look at its competitors inside and outside of the Chevy family. Scoring decently all around, it’s worth a look from any buyer.

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GMC Chevy Suburban FAQ:

How does magnetic ride control in the 2021 Chevrolet Suburban affect your driving?

The magnetic ride control in the new 2021 Chevrolet Suburban has controlled shock absorbers and sensors that tailor your ride to any road conditions.

How many people can the 2021 Suburban seat?

The Chevy Suburban has the 3rd row and is a full-size SUV that can seat 8 people. The third row has moderate space for smaller adults.

Is the Chevy Suburban fuel efficient?

The 2021 Suburban is able to get about 15 mpg in the city and up to 22 mpg on the highway.

How large is the engine of the Suburban?

There are two engine sizes and trims of the 2021 Suburban:

  • 5.3-liter V8 engine with 355 hp
  • 6.2-liter V8 engine with 420 hp

How much can the Suburban tow?

It can tow up to 8,300 pounds, which is enough to tow smaller boats and trailers.

Is the Suburban safe?

The NHTSA has awarded the Suburban with a four-star rating overall but with a perfect five-star rating for side crash impact. There are extra safety features that can be added such as collision warning, automatic emergency braking, parking sensors, and blind-spot monitoring.

Where Is the Chevrolet Suburban made?

The Suburban is currently being made in Texas, USA.

How long is the Chevy Suburban?

The Suburban is over 18 ½ feet long.

How much cargo space is in the Suburban?

Behind the third row there are 39.3 cubic feet of space and behind the second row (when the third row is folded) is 76.7 cubic feet.

How big is the infotainment screen in the Suburban?

The Suburban comes with an 8-inch touch screen display.

  • 6-speed automatic transmission
  • Available seating for up to nine†
  • Fold-flat second- and third-row seats
  • Front Center Airbag† (with standard front bucket seats)
  • LED daytime running lamps
  • LS
  • Projector-beam headlamps
  • Rear Parking Assist Sensors
  • Rear view camera
  • Remote–Start System
  • Standard 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 engine with Active Fuel Management™, Direct Injection and Variable Valve Timing
  • Tri-zone automatic climate controls
Lease Term: 49 Months
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Suburban
Body Style: SUV
Mileage Per Year: 10000
Price: $735.00
Engine: 5.3L V-8
MPG: City / Highway
MSRP: $61,590.00

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