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By Cars.com Staff
July 8, 2013
The current generation of the Chevrolet Suburban full-size SUV is entering its final model year, so the offerings have been trimmed to regular-duty 1500 models available with a choice of rear- or four-wheel drive. The heavy-duty 2500 version and the 6.0-liter V-8 that powered it are available to fleet buyers and custom outfitters. New versions of the Suburban and its siblings are due in spring 2014 as early 2015 models and will be based on the redesigned Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck. The Suburban is a longer version of the Tahoe, and it can seat up to nine people. Its GM siblings are the more upscale GMC Yukon XL and even ritzier Cadillac Escalade ESV. The Suburban competes with other full-size SUVs like the Ford Expedition EL, Nissan Armada and Toyota Sequoia. New for 2014 Besides trimming the lineup to 1500 models, the Convenience Package is now standard. It includes power-adjustable pedals, remote start, rear parking assist and a backup camera. Exterior Highlights
Standard 17-inch wheels; available 18- and 20-inch wheels
Optional turn-signal display in side mirrors
Optional power liftgate
Optional power running boards
Optional Z71 off-road package
Variety of chrome options, including a custom grille, recovery hooks, door handles and mirror caps
Seats up to nine in three rows
Available three-person front bench seat
Cloth seats standard; optional leather seats
Optional cooled front seats
Bluetooth cellphone connectivity with steering-wheel controls
Optional navigation system with 7-inch screen
Optional rear-seat DVD entertainment system
Maximum cargo volume of 137.4 cubic feet
Under the Hood
320-horsepower, 5.3-liter V-8 with 335 pounds-feet of torque
Engine runs on regular gas or E85 ethanol
Six-speed automatic transmission
Rear- or four-wheel drive
Optional integrated brake controller for electric trailer-brake systems
8,100-pound maximum towing capacity, when properly equipped
Optional Autoride suspension
Z71 off-road package adds 18-inch tires, gas-charged monotube shocks and a high-capacity air cleaner
Electronic stability system with traction control
Trailer-sway control and hill start assist
Side curtain airbags for all rows of seats
Side-impact airbags for the front seats
Optional blind spot warning system
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