The newest member of the Chevy family is called the Chevy Suburban. This vehicle is perfect for those who want a car that fits the bill between an SUV and a sedan. Its base price is more affordable than some of its competitors, and it offers all the great features of an SUV with some smaller proportions. The main character of this vehicle is its family-friendly attributes and low price. It also offers the convenience of an SUV without sacrificing seating room or cargo space.
Starting at the low-budget end of the pricing scale, the Chevy Suburban SUV starts at the LT trim level for only $52,595. At this trim level, you get a front passenger seats with a bucket seat and no passenger side airbags. No trim level other than the LT offers front and rear seat volume adjustments, a memory panel with five configurations, a touch pad, no power locks, and no auto upholstery.
The starting price of this vehicle is slightly higher than the starting price of the last generation Suburban, but the new styling has improved the looks of the SUV. Styling improvements include a longer hood, revised side air vents, updated front and rear quarter panels, and a two-door model with a combination of a rear-end drive and a front-drive drive. All the changes are accompanied by a slight increase in torque, which makes driving even easier.
Although the starting price on this vehicle is higher than the base, it is still a solid choice when compared to some of the other full-size sedans on the market. Its size and cargo space are both comparable to that of many mid-size and large SUVs. Cargo space is not as large as most full-size cars, but the available choices will still allow you to carry out all of your typical activities. The cargo area can be expanded if needed. Most Suburbans have enough trunk room to comfortably transport at least two medium-sized loads.
The interior of the new SUV is also a notable improvement over the previous models. A new range of improvements include front and rear seat volume enhancements, a new sound system with more powerful speakers, and superior flooring to withstand the abuse from your cargo. The flooring has also been improved in other areas, including the thickness, width, and cushioning of the interior carpet.
One aspect of the powertrain that disappoints many consumers is the lack of power from their electric motors. While the power does not feel substantially different from a truck, the subwoofer is much larger than any other suvs on the market. This extra power is provided through an updated powertrain system, which uses a pair of 2WD (rear-end) motors rather than a common auto transmission. The motors are more powerful and allow the Suburban to run on streets with moderate speeds and under heavy braking. With the advancements in auto safety, this feature should be considered when purchasing a subwoofer.