The Chevrolet Suburban has been the quintessential American SUV since forever. It departs from its truckly origins a little more with each generation, but longtime fans of the franchise will be plenty happy with the new model.
Truck Yeah! is spending some quality time with the 2015 Chevrolet Suburban over the next few days. So what do you want a closer look at? What do you want to know that you haven't found in other reviews? Ask away and I'll do my best to oblige you.
If you're not a huge fan out the outside world but are doomed to traverse it frequently, then I'm pretty sure GM talked to you about designing the new 2015 Chevy Suburban and its Yukon/Tahoe twins. These are well-built cars that I have zero interest in owning, but that's not really GM's fault. They're just following…
GM has been boasting about a "10% improvement in fuel economy over the outgoing models" for the 2015 Chevrolet Suburban, Chevrolet Tahoe, GMC Yukon, and Cadillac Escalade. The EPA has now released the figures to substantiate that claim.
Yesterday, GM introduced their brand new full size, impossibly large, family and gear hauling SUVs: The 2015 Chevy Suburban and 2015 GMC Yukon. The Corvette might be an enthusiast's dream, the Volt makes greenies go giddy, but the full-size trucks are by far the most important vehicles GM will introduce this decade.
Chevrolet updated their Facebook page saying that the reveal for the next-gen Tahoe and Suburban will be in NYC on September 12th. The 2015 Cadillac Escalade is also debuting in NYC, but on October 7th, and the 2015 GMC Yukon might still be revealed at the Texas State Fair on September 27th as previously rumored.