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Chevrolet Suburban
Chevrolet Suburban
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$48,250 - $66,035
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Car Type: Large sport-utility vehicles
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Chevrolet Suburban Overview

If you need space for seven, eight, or even nine passengers, with room for all their stuff, and towing capacity for a big trailer, little else but the Suburban will do. Redesigned for 2015, these big busses get sumptuous interiors, and power folding second- and third-row seats and all the latest electronic features. More importantly in such a big beast, blind spot monitoring and cross traffic alert are available to keep you from running over obstacles you cannot see. Beyond that, it's pretty much your old-fashioned Suburban, with a 5.3-liter V8 and six speed automatic, and fuel economy that improves to a whopping 16 mpg. The Magnetic Ride Control suspension on LTZ trims is an important upgrade to ride and handling safety.

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