New 2016 Chevrolet Suburban at McLoughlin Chevrolet for Portland, OR
The Chevrolet Suburban has been around for over eighty years, and went through a total redesign process for its 2015 model. Now the 2016 model will be out, and there are still some renovations for it: There is a new standard 8-inch Color Touch, Connected Radio and 4g LTE Wi-Fi. There are new exterior colors that include Siren Red Tintcoat and Iridescent Pearl Tricoat. An Enhanced Driver Alert Package is also new for this model year. With all these new features, and the ones that were part of the sport utility vehicle (SUV) before 2016, the Chevy Suburban is perfect for many families. Continue reading to learn more about this SUV that may just be the one you get excited about bringing home.
Under the Suburban's Hood
The 2016 Chevy Suburban has an EcoTec3.5 3-liter engine that provides 383 lb-ft of torque and 355 horsepower. That engine also offers a great combustion system, direct injection, continuously variable valve timing (CVVT) and cylinder deactivation. This vehicle has Active Fuel Management to contribute to the best fuel efficiency possible. You'll have a Hydra-Matic 6L80 six-speed automatic transmission coupled with your engine, and this kind of transmission is known to perform especially well. The vehicle has Auto Grade Braking, TapShift control and Tow/Haul mode. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that Chevy's Suburban will get 23 miles per gallon (mpg) highway and 16 mpg city.
Design of Chevrolet Suburban
The Suburban has a dual-port grille and projector-beam headlamps. You will get into this SUV through inlaid doors that exist to better the aerodynamics of this SUV. As indicated earlier on, this SUV has Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi will keep you and passengers connected while you are away from the office or home. You will also have Apple CarPlay that is easy to use. Apple CarPlay lets drivers see their iPhone features in one place to make for easy usage when in the SUV. Siri allows for cell phone usage via voice command, so drivers can keep both hands on their wheel and eyes on the road ahead of them. It is possible that Android Auto compatibility will be available on later 2016 models. Aside from all this technology that the Suburban offers, you can expect a quiet ride.
What is the Suburban's turning circle?
The Suburban's turning circle is 43.0 feet.
Is the driver's seat height-adjustable?
Yes, it is!
I can't decide whether I may buy or lease this vehicle, any advice?
You will have many safety features for the 2016 Suburban! As indicated, this SUV has a Driver Alert Package to help keep people safe. You will have Lane Change Alert to inform you, via Side Blind Zone Sensors, of quickly-approaching vehicles that are up to over 200 feet away. Rear Cross Traffic Alert will inform a driver is there is traffic behind them while they are backing out of a parking space or into the road. Lane Keep Assist helps drivers by letting them know if they have drifted into another lane without signaling, and then turns the steering wheel back towards the lane the driver was in before they started floating into the other lane. The Suburban comes with auto delay off headlamps and height-adjustable headrests. Come visit us to meet a 2016 Chevy Suburban and see why these SUVs have been so sought-after for the past many decades!