The 2015 Chevrolet Suburban SUV is the original SUV, and the oldest nameplate in today’s market (since 1935, it’s been around in one form or another). While the 2015 Chevrolet Suburban SUV shares more than simply its name with the original, it also pushes into brand-new territory.
2015 Chevrolet Suburban SUV Price
For this vehicle, Chevy has turned to some traditional touches; some crossover cues like fold-flat rear seats, big V-8 engines, big shoulders and big towing capacity. It retails for about $47,000.
For the new 2015 Suburban’s styling, tradition is the keyword: it has a creased-and-pressed, highly angular, big V-8 engines appearance. GM still states that is design is more aerodynamic compared to the 2007-2014 Suburban. In this vehicle’s interior, the conservative movement takes a break: it has a suavely sculpted inner look, with a huge touch screen interface for audio controls, as well as a curved console countering the square-jawed outer look. In person, the 2015 Suburban feels and looks markedly more up-scale compared to previous generations, especially in LTZ models, where it even exceeds the previous Escalade’s appearance and quality.
According to test drivers, the 2015 Chevrolet Suburban SUV’s cabin is remarkably quiet, and it has first-class materials that give it a deluxe feel. The majority of auto journalists find the 2015’s Suburban’s seats to be roomy and comfortable, even in the back rows. Cargo space in this vehicle is excellent for its class, with a maximum cargo capacity of 121.1 cubic feet. The 2015 Suburban comes standard with remote start, rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, Bluetooth, a rearview camera, tri-zone climate control, satellite radio and two USB ports. Other features include navigation, blind zone alert, forward collision alert, a rear-seat entertainment system and a power sunroof. Automotive reviewers state that the optional navigation and climate controls are easy to use.
2015 Chevrolet Suburban SUV Performance and Engine
This vehicle is powered by a V8 engine that automotive reviewers agree produces sufficient power. Its engine is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission that shifts seamlessly. The 2015 Suburban gets about 16-23 mpg highway/city, which is reasonable for the class.
The 2015 Chevrolet Suburban SUV is easy to maneuver for its size and offers safe handling in turns. Its strong brakes and accurate steering are also impressive. However, some critics have stated that the 2015 Suburban can ride rather harshly over rough pavement. For the 2015 model, there is just one powertrain on tap, no hybrid drivetrains, no six-cylinder, not even the new V-8 6.2-liter found in the 2015 GMC Yukon Denali. The 2015 Suburban gets a similar 5.3-liter V-8 found in the Silverado; its output of 383 pound-feet of torque and 355 horsepower is channeled via a six-speed automatic, to either all four wheels or the rear wheels. Its new engine is rated for more power output compared to the previous models.