2017 Chevrolet Suburban Walk Around

GM designers paid attention to aerodynamics as well as angular aesthetics.

The character line that runs the length of the body just below the greenhouse is distinctive.

The standard wheels are 18-inch, but 20- and 22-inch wheels are available.


The main thing about the cabin of the Suburban is it’s really really quiet. You can only hear the engine when you floor it, and then it’s a pleasant baritone coming into the cabin.

The curved console of the upscale interior counterpoints the angular exterior. We wish the Suburban had the GM head-up display that’s available on the Yukon.

It’s hard to find fault with the standard cloth upholstery. Leather is available, but it’s not as rich as the Yukon Denali’s.

Seating is flexible, with an optional front bench seat making it a nine-passenger, or optional captain’s chairs in the second row, making it seven. The standard second row and third row fold flat manually, and with power optionally. Despite all that length, 224 inches, they still can’t find adult legroom for the third row.

Throughout the cabin there’s useful space for small things, a bunch of cupholders, and a center console that can hold a tablet or notebook computer.

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