Chevrolet prices the Suburban LT from $56,575. This grade adds a power rear liftgate, lane keeping assist, forward collision warning, leather first- and second-row seats, heated front seats with memory functionality, and a Bose audio system.
There are a plethora of package options on the LT trim, including the return of the Max Trailering Package ($580) and Interior Protection Package ($250). Other packages include: the Theft Protection Package ($410); the Sun, Entertainment, and Destinations Package ($3,480) that includes navigation, a sunroof, and a third-row DVD player; the Luxury Package ($2,860) featuring fog lamps, side power-operated and heated mirrors, a hands-free power liftgate, push-button start, wireless charging, a heated tilt-and-telescopic steering column, and power-fold third-row seats.
The Suburban LT can also be customized in many ways. The RST Edition ($2,640) brings 22-inch wheels, black Chevrolet bowties, a unique grille, and black mirror caps, beltline moldings, roof rails, and nameplate badging. The Texas Edition ($3,110) features the items from the Luxury package and adds second-row heated seats and Texas badging. The LT Signature Package ($6,635) adds 20-inch chrome wheels and other chrome touches on the grille, recovery hooks, a side step kit, and a polished exhaust tip. The LT Midnight Edition ($1,835) package brings in 20-inch black painted aluminum wheels and black roof rack cross rails on black exterior paint.
An available Z71 Off-Road Package ($1,850) for four-wheel drive models adds such features as fog lamps, all-terrain tires, a two-speed transfer case, 3.42 rear axle ratio, hill descent control, black tubular assist steps, an upgraded suspension, Z71-specific skid plates and wheels, and special badging.