Don’t buy one!
I have been a Chevy and GM guy my whole life, probably originating with the 66 Nova my parent owned. I have owned 4 Silverados, and a 1991 Saturn SC. This 2017 Suburban is the last GM product I will ever own. I didn’t worry too much when the coolant lines began to leak and it took 3 trips to the dealer to repair under warranty. This was when the car had less than 24,000 miles. I thought it was a good car at that time. The AC condenser went bad at 83,000 miles, and it was so common that GM extended the warranty on cars, but mine was past the extension. The last straw is the transmission, which recently overheated because a plastic part on the thermostat failed, causing the temps to rise to 280 degrees. I had the part replaced, but have been told that the temperature may have ruined the torque converter. In researching the transmission issue I discovered that these problems are so common the there are YouTube videos going over the fixes. Like the countless others before me, I will be switching to Toyota the next time I Buy a truck or SUV.
Horrible for your money
Trouble with dashboard, tire censor low pressure from chrome rims, hood paint faded, and a/c is broken...has a leak!! 63,000 miles on 2017 premiere Chevy Suburban... I will never purchase an 80,000 + Vehicle.... I thought the Chevy trucks could go at least 100,000 miles...but nope!!
We are a Chevrolet family, however have been let down with the 2017 Suburban. A/C went out, transmission went out, radio/nav system went out.....what is next. When I take it to the dealership to be fixed, all I get is these are known issues with the 2017 Suburban. If that is the case, Chevrolet needs to recall on all of those issues! Will not eve own another Chevrolet.