Customer Review Summary for Chevrolet Suburban 1500
All the extras but not the $70000 price tag
2009 Chevrolet Suburban 1500Flop One flip - Riverside, CA03/25/2016
It came with so many extras that it took me 6 months to realize I had remote start. The only down side is no in cabin air filter
2011 Chevrolet Suburban 1500Paula Pinkston - Schertz, TX01/19/2017
This is my third suburban. I like the roomy interior and safety features
Best Gas Guzzler on the market
2007 Chevrolet Suburban 1500car buyer - Kansas City, MO11/05/2012
You can't beat the Suburban if you find yourself in need of a gas guzzling 4WD SUV with tons of hauling and cargo capacity. The LT and LTZ trims make the interior as nice as a Tahoe but the price is always better.
The beast switches off half of the V-8 cylinders even on my 2007 model, so that if I'm really careful I can pull off 23 mpg highway. However, my combined mpg is just around 17. Considering what this truck is capable of, that is much better than expected.
Only thing I can complain about is that even with front and rear dvd infotainment, GPS, XM radio, etc..., I get no hands free bluetooth. The info center is top notch considering the age of the truck but bluetooth would have topped it.
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