2015 Suburban gets first redesign in eight years
The mother of all SUVs is making a comeback. Or really, just coming back with a redesigned exterior, interior and updated features. You could say that the iconic SUV is the mother of all SUVs, because the Suburban is the first SUV to ever hit the automotive market. The mammoth of a vehicle is a great example of precise engineering that will accommodate large loads, and plenty of people. Not to mention, the Suburban also has amazing off-road and towing capabilities that match or exceed any other vehicle in its category. While the Suburban is still available as a used car, the newest edition, the 2015 model will soon be available in dealers nationwide starting in January of 2014.
The Chevrolet Suburban has waited long enough, and after eight years since its last redesign, the large SUV is looking to make an impressive comeback. The completely overhauled 2015 Suburban is new from the ground up, including an all-new platform and a completely redesigned interior and exterior. This twelfth generation of the Suburban is 222.4 inches in length, and 76.8 inches tall. The SUV is a whopping 5,672 pounds, and has 45.8 cubic feet of truck space with nine passengers in tow. To make the SUV even more handy for the driver who needs to pack it all, it comes equipped with storage compartments throughout the entire vehicle, including a large center-console bin.
While the Suburban can carry its own weight and then some without question, the large SUV is also safe. Dual front airbags, front side, and side curtain airbags, tire pressure monitoring system, and traction and stability control systems all come standard in the 2015 Suburban.