2018 Suburban Photos

LT 4x2
2018 Chevrolet Suburban

The Chevy Suburban can tow a heavy trailer, transport large numbers of people, haul a mountain of cargo, or stand up to rugged terrain.

If you're transporting passengers on paved roads and aren't towing trailers, a crossover SUV or minivan is a more efficient choice. Crossovers are lighter and get better fuel economy, but they don't offer the Suburban's capabilities.

Built on a truck chassis, with its body attached to a separate frame, and riding on a truck suspension, the Suburban can withstand repeated travel over rugged terrain and rough roads and it can haul large or heavy cargoes.

Suburban offers fuel economy that nearly matches that of the Chevy Tahoe, and the Suburban's added length improves stability while towing and increases cargo capacity and passenger roominess.

Rally Sport Truck, or RST, is a new appearance package for 2018 with black trim and 22-inch alloy wheels available for LT and Premier models. The 2018 Suburban otherwise carries over unchanged.

With a nameplate dating to 1935, the Chevrolet Suburban began its 11th generation as a 2015 model with fresh styling and a refined cabin.

Its direct-injected 5.3-liter V8 EcoTec3 with aluminum block and heads was all new for 2015. It makes 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque. 2018 Suburbans come with a smooth six-speed automatic, but that may soon be updated with a transmission with more gears, to increase fuel mileage.

The Chevrolet Suburban's only rival is the all-new Ford Expedition EL, a smooth, refined vehicle with a turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 that makes 365 horsepower, 420 pound-feet of torque, for a 9200-pound towing capacity. Brisk acceleration performance enables it to merge smoothly into fast traffic.

The Suburban is rated to tow up to 8300 pounds with rear-wheel drive. Larger engines and 2500-series versions are not available. If you want that, check out a Silverado 2500 Crew Cab.

Handling is impressive for a nearly three-ton vehicle, that is 224 inches long on 103-inch wheelbase. And the ride is smooth if firm, which contributes a lot to family happiness. So does the quiet cabin.

The Suburban gets an EPA-rated 15 City, 23 Highway miles per gallon with rear-wheel drive, a bit less with four-wheel drive.
Full Review

The Chevy Suburban can tow a heavy trailer, transport large numbers of people, haul a mountain of cargo, or stand up to rugged terrain.

If you're transporting passengers on paved roads and aren't towing trailers, a crossover SUV or minivan is a more efficient choice. Crossovers are lighter and get better fuel economy, but they don't offer the Suburban's capabilities.

Built on a truck chassis, with its body attached to a separate frame, and riding on a truck suspension, the Suburban can withstand repeated travel over rugged terrain and rough roads and it can haul large or heavy cargoes.

Suburban offers fuel economy that nearly matches that of the Chevy Tahoe, and the Suburban's added length improves stability while towing and increases cargo capacity and passenger roominess.

Rally Sport Truck, or RST, is a new appearance package for 2018 with black trim and 22-inch alloy wheels available for LT and Premier models. The 2018 Suburban otherwise carries over unchanged.

With a nameplate dating to 1935, the Chevrolet Suburban began its 11th generation as a 2015 model with fresh styling and a refined cabin.

Its direct-injected 5.3-liter V8 EcoTec3 with aluminum block and heads was all new for 2015. It makes 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque. 2018 Suburbans come with a smooth six-speed automatic, but that may soon be updated with a transmission with more gears, to increase fuel mileage.

The Chevrolet Suburban's only rival is the all-new Ford Expedition EL, a smooth, refined vehicle with a turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 that makes 365 horsepower, 420 pound-feet of torque, for a 9200-pound towing capacity. Brisk acceleration performance enables it to merge smoothly into fast traffic.

The Suburban is rated to tow up to 8300 pounds with rear-wheel drive. Larger engines and 2500-series versions are not available. If you want that, check out a Silverado 2500 Crew Cab.

Handling is impressive for a nearly three-ton vehicle, that is 224 inches long on 103-inch wheelbase. And the ride is smooth if firm, which contributes a lot to family happiness. So does the quiet cabin.

The Suburban gets an EPA-rated 15 City, 23 Highway miles per gallon with rear-wheel drive, a bit less with four-wheel drive.
Hide Full Review

Retail Price

$55,300 MSRP / Window Sticker Price

Smart Buy Price

$4,737 Nat'l avg. savings off MSRP
See Local Pricing
Engine 5.3LV-8
MPG 16 City / 23 Hwy
Seating 8 Passengers
Transmission 6-spd auto w/OD
Power 355 @ 5600 rpm
Drivetrain rear-wheel
Smart Buy Program is powered by TRUECar Logo