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2015 Chevrolet Suburban Summary


Smooth, exceptionally quiet, comfortable, capable, and powerful, the latest Suburban continues to be the quintessential big job family wagon. GM’s decision to withhold the 6.2-liter V8 engine option from Suburban buyers is a little hard to defend, and with a price escalator that climbs well past $70,000, this vehicle clearly falls into the realm of discretionary spending, exercise discretion with those option boxes. Nevertheless, among vehicles of this type, the new Suburban still ranks as the big cahuna. You can get a fancier version at the GMC store. But with the exception of the increased power option, you won’t get any better.

NewCarTestDrive correspondent Tony Swan filed this report.

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