The Chevrolet Suburban Car Article

GM started making the Suburban in 1935. It was one of the all-metal bodied station wagons. The first generation started in 1935 and lasted till 1940. The Chevy Suburban has had eleven generations. The long history of the Suburban proves Americans love the way that they haul, travel and sell. So therefore the Suburban is a good vehicle for your needs. 

I would recommend the 2001 to 2014 body style because of the space, the value, the motor options such as the 5.3 or 6.0 liter vortec v8 engine and the 4WD trims.The most expensive trim for a Chevrolet Suburban 1500 is the LTZ trim and it costs $20,000 to $40,000.

The Chevrolet Suburban 1500 has safety features such as:

  • Antilock brakes
  • Stability control 
  • Front and rear impact airbags
  • Pretensioners for extra seat belt support 
  • Security system

The Chevrolet Suburban has 14 city mpg and 19 mpg hwy  and that combines to make 16mpg. Many people wonder if there are differences between the Tahoe and the Suburban. I researched this question and learned that the Suburban is longer than the Tahoe and it has a larger gas tank than the Tahoe. The Suburban has more leg room and head room than the Tahoe.

Pros of the Suburban 1500:

  • Lots of room
  • More luxury options available, such as 
    • chrome wheels
    • heated seats 
    • memory seating 
    • DVD
    • chrome exhaust tips 
  • Many exterior colors including 
    • Black 
    • Champagne Silver Metallic 
    • Concord Metallic 
    • Crystal Red Tintcoat 
    • Mocha Steel Metallic 
    • Silver Ice Metallic 
    • Summit White 
  • Interior colors 
    • Ebony 
    • Light Cashmere
  • Affordable 
  • Lots of cargo space 
  • Different trim levels
  • Easy to get out off

Cons:

  •  Low gas mileage 
  • Hard to park 
  • Fuel pump problems

Check back for more articles for my car Research.

Sources: 

autobytel.com   

carsdirect.com

fueleconomy.gov 

autotrader.com

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