The Suburban is the new generation model, featuring significant improvements to this already remarkably versitile vehicle. The most notable update is the SUV’s first-ever independent rear suspension. This allows much better interior packaging that frees up room in the cargo area and third row. The Suburban is also longer than before and outfitted with more technology than ever. This includes first-time equipment such as an air suspension and a downsized Duramax diesel engine.
A pair of V-8s and a diesel six-cylinder complete the Suburban’s engine lineup. All of them hook up to a 10-speed automatic transmission and either rear- or all-wheel drive. A 355-hp 5.3-liter V-8 is the default engine on all but the top-tier High Country model. It gets a standard 420-hp 6.2-liter V-8, but it also can be equipped with the optional diesel 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine. While the latter only pumps out 277 horses, its 460 lb-ft of torque ties that of the bigger V-8. The Suburban also can be fitted with adaptive dampers and an adjustable air suspension. The latter allows the Suburban’s ride height to be automatically and manually lowered or raised. This enables improved passenger accessibility, aerodynamics, and ground clearance.
Those looking for sporty styling such as blacked-out exterior trim and 22-inch wheels should see the RST model. The more rugged-looking Z71 trim level has 20-inch wheels wrapped with all-terrain tires, underbody skid plates, and a two-speed transfer case that provides traditional four-wheel drive.
Compared with its predecessor, the all-new Suburban’s cargo and passenger space is notably larger. Its second and third rows have a couple more inches of legroom, and the second-row seats add adjustments so they can now slide fore and aft. The Suburban’s cargo area also expands by 23 cubic feet (145 total); the load floor is flatter and lower, courtesy of the Suburban’s new design and independent rear suspension. Most of its popular options such as wireless phone charging as well as heated and ventilated seats were previously available, but its head-up display and digital gauge-cluster display are bigger than before.
Transporting modern families also requires entertaining them, and the Suburban has no shortage of infotainment and connectivity features. Along with an optional rear-seat entertainment system that includes two 12.6-inch screens mounted behind the front seats, every model has copious charging ports throughout the cabin and a Wi-Fi hotspot. Likewise, a standard 10-inch touchscreen is fitted into the centre stack and supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability.
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