The 2020 Suburban offers great tow capacity and a muscular optional
V-8 to make it a comfortable beast of burden with room for a Little
League team. It can be fitted with a package that gives it some
decent off-road chops or dressed up almost like a luxury SUVat
which point it is priced like one. It's definitely not made for
tight parking lots, however, nor for passing by gas stations. It
might not fit in your garage, either. That's just the price you pay
for a handsome, huge, do-everything SUV that can coddle you and a
hoard of passengers while it works hard. Chevy supplies the
Suburban with one of two engines: a standard 355-hp 5.3-liter V-8
and an optional 420-hp 6.2-liter V-8. Every model is available with
either rear- or all-wheel drive, but the smaller engine pairs with
a six-speed automatic transmission. The bigger V-8 uses a 10-speed
automatic. Unsurprisingly, the upgraded powertrain is much
quickercharging from zero to 60 mph in 6.2 seconds versus 6.9.
Still, the standard engine had plenty of giddyap to shuttle the
family from A to B. The Suburban can also tow up to 8300 pounds
when properly equipped. Inside, the Suburban boasts a vast
dashboard with well-placed controls. Its large center console and
soft door armrests provide comfortable places to rest on long
trips. The Suburban's high seating height provides a commanding
perch, and its optional front bench seat offers more passenger
space. Likewise, the three-row SUV can be fitted with second-row
captain's chairs. The Suburban's third row has nearly 10 inches
more legroom than the Chevy Tahoe , but its high floor still
disrupts comfort. While the Suburban's material quality isn't
exemplary, the cabin can be dressed up with multiple color schemes.
Desirable upgrades include a head-up display, heated steering
wheel, and ventilated front seats. However, these are limited to
the top-of-the-line model.
2020 Chevrolet Suburban
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