2009 – 2010 Chevrolet Suburban Review

The 2010 Chevrolet Suburban experiences no major changes in terms of design, though there have been several minor upgrades. This article covers the three-quarter-ton Suburban 2500 and half-ton Suburban 1500. Both GMC Yukon XL and Chevy Suburban use the common basic design, though they have several differences in terms of exterior looks, interiors, as well as specs. In comparison to Chevy's Tahoe, the Suburban has longer wheelbase of 14 inches, overall length of about 20 inches, and has approximately 30 cubic feet additional cargo space.

The 2010 Chevrolet Suburban has the seating arrangement for nine passengers and offering in top-line LTZ, LT and LS trim levels. The new Suburban (all trims) is presented with choice of rear-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive from General Motors. It also comes with the AutoTrac functionality that adds the ability to drive on dry pavement and low-range gearing for hard core off-roading. It uses the standard 5.3-liter V8 engine provides 310-hp along with an Active Fuel Management cylinder deactivation to increase fuel economy.

The all new Chevy Suburban runs on E85 ethanol-blended fuel with a single 6-speed automatic transmission. Its engine has maximum towing capability of about 8100 lbs to 9600 lbs. It comes with necessary safety features such as curtain and front side airbags, antiskid system, traction control, and ABS, the LTZ trim level has Blind-spot alert. The other ordinary features like the rearview mirror, an optional navigation system display, a backup camera, twin-display DVD entertainment, and a wireless cell phone link are also available in the 2010 Chevrolet Suburban.

As far as the pricing goes, the next generation Chevy Suburban will be priced in the $ 40,635 – $ 55,625 range.

Source by Geof Ryan