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Chevrolet Suburban
STATUS: Minor changes for 2019 - Chevrolet's plus-sized Tahoe is big, but the Suburban is bigger, even though both sport-utility vehicles share the same distance between the front and rear wheels. The Suburban's sheetmetal has a crisp, modern look that belies its actual dimensions. The dashboard and control panel accommodate the eight-inch-diagonal touch-screen for the audio/infotainment systems. Standard across the line is a 355-horsepower V-8 connected to a six-speed automatic transmission. However, for 2019 the new Rally Sport Truck (RST) trim package comes with a color-keyed exterior and unique 22-inch wheels. You can also order a freer-flowing Borla-brand exhaust system plus the same 420-horsepower V-8 that's installed in the GMC Yukon Denali and Cadillac Escalade. As always, Suburbans are available in two- or four-wheel-drive. Inside, seating choices include three bench seats (for a nine-person capacity) or three rows of two high-back bucket seats (for a total of six) or a limited combination thereof. The Suburban can be made safer with an Enhanced Driver Alert package that comes with power-adjustable pedals, active (pivoting) headlights, forward-collision alert, lane-keep assist and a safety alert seat that buzzes internally depending on where a potential collision threat is coming from.
Base price (incl. destination): $51,900
Type: Four-door, full-size sport utility vehicle
Engines (h.p.): 5.3-liter V-8 (355); 6.2-liter V-8 (420)
Layout: Rear-/four-wheel-drive
Transmissions: Six-speed automatic; 10-speed automatic (6.2)
Base mpg (city/highway/combined): 16/23/19 (5.3, 4x2)
Base weight (lb.): 5,590

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