2021 Chevy Suburban Release Date, Price, and Specification
The new Chevy Suburban 2021 is bigger and better than ever. Its design is inspired a lot by new Chevy Tahoe but offers extra cargo and third-row space because of its more length. These premium features make it one of the biggest SUVs and a cutting-edge competition to its rivals like Ford Expedition Max. In addition to its inherited V-8 engines, the company onboards a new diesel engine that produces a ton of torque to its line-up. The SUV also equips an all-new independent rear suspension to provide the much-needed extra length for extra comfort.
The 2021 model is now 1.3 inches longer than the previous version with 4.1 inches grown wheelbase. The total cargo capacity is also increased by 19 percent to 144.7 cubic feet, while the third row has 10 inches of more legroom than before. Some optional techs like Magnetic Ride Control and Air Ride Adaptive Suspension are also offered as add-on options for a smoother ride. This enhances traveler accessibility, aerodynamics, and ground clearance. It also includes some of the latest safety features like blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert.
2021 Chevy Suburban Release Date
The upgraded 2021 Chevrolet Suburban will be released in mid-2020, followed by deliveries later. The new Tahoe will also appear around the same time of the year in the outlets.
2021 Chevy Suburban Price Details
The new Suburban RST model is the best value for money model; its high performance with sporty appeal packed with diesel engine option makes it obsolete choice. The standard version starts from $52995, LT: $57795, RST: $61095, Z71: 63195, Premier: $66595, High Country: $73595.
2021 Chevy Suburban Specification
Suburban’s engine line-up comprises of two V-8 engine and a brand new diesel six-cylinder engine. The default 5.3-liter v-8 engine produces 355-horsepower (265 kilowatts) while the top-tier High Country model gets 420-horsepower (313 kilowatts) 6.2-liter V-8, but it can be replaced with 3.0-liter Duramax turbodiesel producing around 277 horsepower (207 kilowatts). Both gas engines produce 460 pound-feet (623 Newton-meters) of torque. All of them will consist of a 10-speed automatic transmission along with rear- or all-wheel drive.
The sporty RST model will be styled with 22-inch wheels and the Z71 trim with 20-inch wheels for all-terrains. The new 2021 suburban has got notably larger cargo and passenger space with more legroom for second and third-row passengers. Second-row seats can now be adjusted combined with an increase in cargo area by 23 cubic feet, making the total 145 cubic feet. Most of the latest features like wireless phone charging, heated and ventilated seats, bigger and better head-up displays are also offered in the company’s line up.
Modern families require some best entertainment, so to fill the void, the company has equipped its little beast with two 12.6-inch rear seat screens mounted behind front seats, ample charging ports throughout the cabin, and hotspot Wi-Fi facility. A 10-inch standard touchscreen display is also mounted on the center stack with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability. The car also comes with some fuel-saving technology, which includes auto start/stop and cylinder deactivation.
The 2021 suburban comes with loads of driver-assistance technologies along with a towing assist. Some of the front line safety features include automated emergency braking with forward-collision warning, rear cross-traffic alert, blind-spot monitoring, lane-keeping assist, and lane-departure warning. The Chevy comes with a limited warranty and maintenance plan. The limited warranty covers 36000 miles or three years; maintenance is offered for the first visit only.