While there’s no shortage of SUVs on the market today, none can match the long legacy of success that the Chevrolet Suburban upholds with each new year model. Building on more than 80 years of innovation, Chevy’s spacious eight-seater leads the large SUV class with a comfortable, airy cabin, family-friendly entertainment options, vigilant safety systems, and a robust powertrain that’s ready for carpooling, road trips, and whatever adventures you have planned.
If you want to see how the Suburban suits your lifestyle, come try it out for yourself here at Rick Hendrick Chevrolet Naples. One of our Chevy experts will be glad to speak with you about the roomy SUV, go over your checklist of essential features, and even hand you the keys for a test drive.
The Chevrolet Suburban has enjoyed a long, 80-plus year history, and is freshly redesigned for the 2021 model year and its new 12th generation. The 2021 Suburban’s exterior styling is athletically handsome, with more balanced proportions that add to its attractiveness. LED exterior lighting is standard across the trim levels, and there are three choices for wheel size – 18, 20, and 22-inches. The inside of the 2021 Suburban is refined, well-crafted, and made with the highest quality materials. Standard technology features include a 10-inch infotainment touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, device charging ports, a 4.2-inch driver information display, and a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot. As is expected, the 2021 Suburban offers plenty of driver assistance features including forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking.
Perhaps the biggest change for the 2021 Suburban is the new independent multilink rear suspension, where each wheel adapts and responds to the road individually. This new suspension brings improved driving dynamics and cabin comfort to the Suburban, and it dramatically increases the available passenger and cargo space.
With a lineage dating back to 1934, the Chevrolet Suburban holds the longest-running vehicle nameplate in production. When it debuted on U.S. roadways, the vehicle was one of the first all-metal station wagons, and it was sold under the name “Carryall Suburban.” Built on a truck chassis, the Suburban signaled a departure from the wooden wagons that were common at the time, serving to carry ample cargo and passengers with unprecedented durability. By the 1940s, the Suburban was utilized as a military transport vehicle, and the cabin was adjusted to seat up to eight people.
The Suburban name was briefly used on a line of Chevy pickups in the 1950s, but the moniker returned to its wagon roots by the following decade. As American drivers developed a fresh interest in recreation vehicles going into the ‘70s, the Suburban enjoyed an exponential increase in production and sales. In 1973, it entered its seventh generation, which appealed to a wide range of drivers for its hearty design and high-quality comfort. This iteration proved particularly popular, and the seventh generation ran until 1991. By the time the Suburban’s most recent generation began in 2015, the name was well established as a go-to family vehicle. The modern Suburban upholds its passenger-friendly reputation with cavernous cabin space, plus a hearty engine that can be called upon to tow when duty calls.
If you want to see what the Suburban really has to offer, come take a look inside and out here at Rick Hendrick Chevrolet Naples. Our team of Chevy experts would love to tell you all about the Suburban’s latest features and tools, and we know you’ll see why drivers love this stellar SUV when you take it for a test drive. We’ll also make financing your vehicle a breeze with our onsite experts, and you can start the financing process from home by applying online. All our new Chevrolet models come at an amazing value, but you might be surprised by how affordable your next vehicle can be when you check out our current offers!
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