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2004 Chevrolet Suburban 1500

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EngineEngine 5.3LV-8
MPGMPG 14 City / 18 Hwy
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2004 Suburban 1500 Overview

Since the Chevrolet Suburban first appeared in the mid-1930s, its mission has not wavered.It remains the first choice for anyone who needs to haul six or more people plus their cargo.Suburban offers a cavernous interior with seats that fold down for monster cargo loads.It's based on a superbly engineered full-size truck frame.Its V8 engines deliver strong torque for towing heavy loads and it's supremely stable when pulling heavy trailers through nasty, windy weather.Suburban provides a stable, comfortable ride for long-distance travel.Last but not least, it's fully capable of slogging down muddy two-tracks, whether in pursuit of the great outdoors or to get some work done.

The Suburban received a substantial update for 2003, with more than 40 major changes designed to enhance safety and improve reliability.The StabiliTrak electronic stability program became available for improved control on slippery surfaces.New airbag systems were designed to better protect children and adults of various sizes.Adjustable pedals became available for the comfort and safety for drivers of smaller stature.The brakes were refined, and an all-new electrical architecture promised improved reliability.XM Satellite Radio became available, along with a new Panasonic DVD system for back-seat monkeys.

Changes for 2004 enhance safety further.New Hydroboost brakes provide power assist even if the engine stalls or is turned off.A tire-pressure monitor is now standard.New options include stand-alone traction control and 17-inch all-weather tires.There's also a new 7-to-4-pin wiring adapter for the trailer package.

Heavy-duty Suburban 2500-series models can be ordered with Quadrasteer electronic four-wheel steering for dramatically increased maneuverability in tight spaces and improved control when towing a trailer.
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2004 Suburban 1500 Overview

Since the Chevrolet Suburban first appeared in the mid-1930s, its mission has not wavered.It remains the first choice for anyone who needs to haul six or more people plus their cargo.Suburban offers a cavernous interior with seats that fold down for monster cargo loads.It's based on a superbly engineered full-size truck frame.Its V8 engines deliver strong torque for towing heavy loads and it's supremely stable when pulling heavy trailers through nasty, windy weather.Suburban provides a stable, comfortable ride for long-distance travel.Last but not least, it's fully capable of slogging down muddy two-tracks, whether in pursuit of the great outdoors or to get some work done.

The Suburban received a substantial update for 2003, with more than 40 major changes designed to enhance safety and improve reliability.The StabiliTrak electronic stability program became available for improved control on slippery surfaces.New airbag systems were designed to better protect children and adults of various sizes.Adjustable pedals became available for the comfort and safety for drivers of smaller stature.The brakes were refined, and an all-new electrical architecture promised improved reliability.XM Satellite Radio became available, along with a new Panasonic DVD system for back-seat monkeys.

Changes for 2004 enhance safety further.New Hydroboost brakes provide power assist even if the engine stalls or is turned off.A tire-pressure monitor is now standard.New options include stand-alone traction control and 17-inch all-weather tires.There's also a new 7-to-4-pin wiring adapter for the trailer package.

Heavy-duty Suburban 2500-series models can be ordered with Quadrasteer electronic four-wheel steering for dramatically increased maneuverability in tight spaces and improved control when towing a trailer.Hide Full Review