The latest take on the Suburban’s styling is an eye-grabbing one as it combines the classic boxy characteristics with uniquely shaped headlights and taillights. This combination of old and new keeps the interest of traditionalists and the younger crowd. Plus, there are tons of options to customize the Suburban’s looks, including the Midnight Package and RST Edition.
Moving inside, the Suburban abandons its classic looks for a more car-like format that helps it hold its own against the growing crossover market. Add to this stylish cabin the array of standard features and virtually limitless options, you have an interior built for just about anyone.
Though the big body may be a stretch for some people to drive, it houses a massive cabin that seats up to nine people in its three rows. Also, that third row doesn't require contortionist skills to squeeze into it as the second row slides up to give clear access to this rearmost row and its adult-friendly 34.5 inches of leg room.
When it comes time to haul, the Suburban is ready with its 39.3 cubic feet of cargo room with all three rows upright, 76.7 cubes with the third row folded, and 121.7 cubes with both rear rows folded.