2020 Chevrolet Suburban

March 18th, 2020 · Comments Closed · Chevrolet

The 2020 Chevrolet Suburban is a great SUV benefits and versatility with luxurious sophistication. Space for up to nine adults in a comfortable and spacious interior. The 2020 Chevrolet Suburban is available in three trim levels: LS, LT, and Premier. Running through the three equipment variants brings with it more and more standard functions and unlocks various packages that range from appearance to powertrain options. Thanks to the multitude of options available, the Suburban can be tailored to a multitude of requirements.

2020 Chevrolet Suburban Features

2020 Suburban LS is coming, the only equipment available with three seats and nine seats. Functions such as remote start, three-zone air conditioning, and electric front seats make it more than just a large work car. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are also here, and the Enhanced Driver Alert package available offers a number of useful driver aids.

The 2020 Suburban LT fairing adds leather upholstery and other luxurious interior features, and the luxury package further disguises the LT and offers more driver aids. If you want to venture off the highway onto the trail, the Z71 package, which is unique to the LT, offers off-road suspension, tires, and underbody protection. The Premier fairing tops the Suburban range and is the only way to get the adaptive Magnetic Ride Control suspension and even more high-end features like ventilated front seats and adaptive cruise control.

2020 Chevrolet Suburban Interior

Inside, the interior is attractive and everything is fairly easy for the driver to reach, making steering this huge vehicle much less stressful. The seats in the second row do not slip, but still offer a lot of space. The 2020 Chevrolet Premier fairing is equipped as standard with heating and ventilation for the front seats. Access to the third row is difficult because the seats in the second row are difficult to clear. The high entry height of the Suburban is also a problem. The third-row seat is not what you would expect from such a large vehicle.

2020 Chevrolet Suburban Premier

2020 Chevrolet Suburban Premier

The 2020 Suburban has Apple CarPlay and Android auto-smartphone integration as well as a fast-acting touchscreen. Features such as OnStar’s 4G LTE WiFi hotspot and numerous USB and 12-volt charging ports support the Suburban’s likely family transportation tasks. On the other hand, some of the driver assistance functions, such as the vibrating seats of the lane departure system, are mediocre and feel a bit unconventional when they are executed. The rear-view camera lacks clarity and high resolution, and we would like the audio system to be of higher quality, especially in the upper trim levels.

2020 Chevrolet Suburban Engine

The LS is equipped with a 5.3-liter V8 engine (355 hp, 383 lb-ft torque) and a six-speed automatic transmission. Premium is also the only way to access the 6.2-liter V8 (420 hp, 460 lb-ft) and the associated 10-speed automatic transmission. By choosing the Premier Plus Edition, the Suburban is nine and includes the 6.2-liter V8. The EPA estimates 18 mpg combined (15 city / 22 freeway) with the 5.3 liter V8 with premium fuel. We have 19.1 mpg on the Edmunds rating route. Mileage and performance were not affected by higher temperatures in our tests, as was the case with the turbocharger expedition. If towing is in your future, expect the teenage suburban to save fuel again.

2020 Chevrolet Suburban Safety

The 2020 Chevrolet Suburban has active safety features, but none are standard. Although it was not crash-tested by the IIHS, the insurance-funded group rated their child seat anchors “marginal” to simplify the use of the LATCH system. In addition, the NHTSA gave it four out of five stars, a relatively low score based on the aged crash test standards. The Enhanced Driver Alert Package optionally extends the LS package with automatic emergency braking at low speed, automatic high-beam headlights, and active lane control and is standard for the LT and Premier fairings. The NHTSA found that its high focus contributed to a higher risk of rollover, although it did well in side crash tests.