Decent pricing and selection:
The carryover 2019 Suburban is stocked to meet demand nationwide. Dealers in rural areas or that specialize in trucks tend to offer better pricing.
Most available examples are outfitted in LS or LT trim. The top-of-the-line Premier can be found, of course, but dealer selection is sometimes stingy.
The carryover 2020 Suburban continues arriving at dealers and comes with decent cash rebates this month.
Unless otherwise noted, factory offers are available nationally and will expire December 2, 2019. It's possibly Chevy will enhance incentives for Black Friday weekend.
New way to save big:
Chevy now offers 14% off the MSRP of 2019 Suburban models in stock. You're sure to save a bundle with this promotion. The discount on the Premier trim, for example, works out to $10,850.
The 2020 Suburban carries a flat $2,000 rebate for all buyers, which is more typical for this model.
What's up with leases:
As before, the 2019 Suburban LT 4WD starts at $629 for 39 months (10,000 miles a year) with $7,789 due at signing.
The effective monthly cost works out to $829, which is pretty expensive, even for a large SUV like the Suburban.
The initial offer on the 2020 Suburban LT 4WD is $599 a month with $9,179 at signing. The effective monthly cost is $834 (just $5 more), so it makes sense to go with a 2020 model if you decide to lease.
APR at 0%
Instead of the MSRP discount on a 2019 Suburban, you can get 0% financing for 72 months. That's as good as it gets on this model.
There are no APR specials on the 2020 Suburban yet.