Chevrolet Suburban Overview
The name Suburban has been used by several different automotive companies in the past. Vehicles like the Plymouth, Nash and Studebaker have all been specified as a Suburban vehicle thanks to their station wagon body type and commercial frames. It is the longest continuous automobile nameplate in production in the world, starting in the year 1934. The current Suburban is a large sports utility vehicle that is produced by Chevrolet. The 2010, 2011 and 2012 Chevrolet Suburban SUVs are all part of the eleventh generation of the Suburban lineup. The 2010, 2011 and 2012 Suburban models were all built on the General Motors GMT900 platform. In February of 2010, Chevrolet unveiled a 75th anniversary edition of the Suburban which featured a white diamond tri-coat exterior paint job and cashmere interior. The anniversary edition was limited to only 2,570 units due to the limited amount of white diamond paint GM could procure. The 2010, 2011 and 2012 Chevy Suburban's are available in 1500 and the heavy-duty 2500 models. All are available in three different trim levels: LS, LT and LTZ. With its long list of advanced safety and convenience features, the Suburban continues to maintain its reputation for spaciousness and capability. With eight-passenger seating and the latest in technology and safety, the Suburban keeps you and its passengers connected and entertained. The Suburban has always been an iconic member of the Chevrolet family; it will get the job done no matter what the situation may be.
2012 Chevrolet Suburban:
The full-sized 2012 Chevrolet Suburban can carry up to nine passengers and can hold up to 45 cubic feet of cargo and up to 137 cubic feet without the extra passengers. Its large size, powerful engine and smooth ride are all features that attract consumers to this full-size SUV. Suburban's are designed with towing in mind and offer more than enough room for its passengers load. New to the 2012 are updated version of the optional navigation and entertainment system located in the rear seat. The 2012 Chevrolet Suburban is offered in 1500 and heave-duty 2500 models. The LTZ model is only available in the 1500 version. The trim level options for the 2012 Suburban consist of the LS, LT and LTZ packages. In the LS top features include 17-inch alloy wheels, tri manual climate control, full power accessories, Bluetooth, steering wheel audio controls and an eight-speaker sound system with CD player, satellite radio, auxiliary audio jack and an USB interface. Added the LT model are roof rack crossbars, heated mirrors, rear parking sensors, adjustable foot pedals, remote start and an upgraded sound system with CD changer. Next is the LTZ model which comes stranded with 20-inch polished alloy wheels, power litigate, rain-sensing wipers, rear air suspension, a blind-spot warning, memory seating, upgraded leather upholstery, heated steering wheel, ventilated seating, power folding rear seats, a hard drive based navigation system, rearview camera and 10-speaker Bose surround sound system with music storage. Customary safety features include four-wheel antilock disc brakes, stability control, OnStar and a blind-spot warning system that can also be found on the LTZ trim level. The Suburban received a four out of five start for overall cash protection and five out five for overall frontal and side protection. Overall the Chevrolet Suburban has always been a very accomplished sport utility vehicle. With renowned spaciousness, stout frame and formidable engines, it's the rugged and reliable way to move the things you care bout most.
2011 Chevrolet Suburban:
The 2011 Chevrolet Suburban is nearly untouchable when it comes to providing plenty of space and efficiency. It is remarkably pleasant to drive thanks to a comfortable ride and powerful V8. You can't go wrong with the Suburban's maximum seating, cargo space and towing capability. New to the 2011 Chevy Suburban is the availability of 20-inch chrome wheels, trailer brake controls and a few minor changes to the LS trim level packages. The LS now comes standard with features such as Bluetooth and rear seat audio controls. Chevrolet offers two engine choices for the 2011 Suburban, the 1500 model and the 2500. Both are V8 engines with a six-speed automatic transmission. Like the 2010 model, the 2011 Chevrolet Suburban is available in three different trim levels: LS, LT and LTZ. The LS package comes standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, tri climate control, Bluetooth, assist steps, roof rack, steering wheel audio controls, rear audio controls and an eight-speaker sound system with CD player, satellite radio, auxiliary audio and USB jacks. The next step up is the LT model which includes the addition of differential locking, heated mirrors, rear parking sensors, leather upholstery, tri climate control, adjustable foot pedals, remote start and an impressive Bose audio sound system with a six-CD changer. Last is the well-appointed LTZ package. This trim level consist of amenities such as 20-inch alloy wheels, power lift gate, memory seating settings, rain-sensing wipers, superior leather upholstery, heated and ventilated seating, power second row folding seats and a top of the line 10-speaker Bose surround sound system with satellite radio. Many features found on the models can be added to the more luxurious trim levels. All 2011 Chevrolet Suburban models come standard with safety features like OnStar, anti-lock disk brakes, stability control and side curtain airbag system with rollover sensor. In government testing, the 2011 Chevy Suburban received a five out of five star rating for its frontal collision protection. The Suburban has always been an unmistakable member of the Chevy family. For a vehicle that is nearly 3 tons, it performs astonishingly well. An improved interior and present driving demeanor make this ride a top choice among large SUV consumers.
2010 Chevrolet Suburban:
If you are looking for a vehicle that is perfect for hauling cargo, people and heavy trailer loads like a boat or camper, look no further than the 2010 Chevrolet Suburban. Despite its size, the Chevy Suburban drives great on the highway thanks to its easy steering and reliable V8 engine. For 2010 the changes made to the Suburban were relatively few. One of the most significant changes made to this full-size SUV is the conversion of the engines which are now all Flex Fuel, meaning they operate on gasoline or E-85, which is 85-percent ethanol. The 2LT trim level has been dropped, reducing trim levels to LS, LT and LTZ. Also new to the 2010 Chevy Suburban is the upgrade of audio systems which now come standard with USB port. The last major change made to the 2010 model includes the adoption of front side airbags. The 2010 Chevrolet Suburban is available in 1500 and 2500 models, both available in either two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. The LT comes standard with elements such as 17-inch wheels, side assist steps, front bench split, dual-zone climate control, full power accessories and an eight-speaker audio system which includes a CD player, satellite radio and auxiliary and USB audio jacks. Added to LT models are attributes such as roof luggage-rack rails, leather upholstery, rear audio system controls, additional power outlets, tri-zone automatic climate control Bluetooth, adjustable foot pedals, remote start, rear parking assist and Bose audio system with six-CD changer. In the LTZ you will find features and amenities such as 20-inch wheels, a power lifegate, rain-sensing wipers, Autoride rear air suspension, leather upholstery, heated and cooled seating, power-folding seats and 10-speaker Bose surround system. In government crash tests, the Chevy Suburban was awarded a top five-star rating for its protection of occupants in frontal collisions. Even in the ear of the crossover, the Suburban has truly stayed close to its roots. The Chevrolet Suburban has been designed with towing in mind and offers just enough room to bring along a big family and all the things that go with them.