CHEVROLET Suburban Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 5
First production year: 1999
Engines: Diesel, Gasoline, Natural gas
Body style: SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle)

2020 - Present

The Chevrolet Suburban was first produced in 1934 and is the longest-running continuous nameplate in production establishing. At the end of 2019, a new chapter in the Suburban story began with the introduction of the 12th generation. The 2020 Suburban has a longer wheelbase than the previous model and new chassis systems that create greater ride smoothness, particularly on uneven pavement and...

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diesel engines:

  CHEVROLET Suburban 3.0L 10AT (277 HP)

gasoline engines:

  CHEVROLET Suburban 5.3L V8 VVT 10AT AWD (355 HP)

  CHEVROLET Suburban 5.3L V8 VVT 6AT (355 HP)

  CHEVROLET Suburban 6.2L V8 VVT 10AT (420 HP)

2018 - Present

Chevrolet prepared in 2018 a special package for the eleventh Suburban generation, which brought more power and more performance to one of the most oversized SUVs on the market. The Suburban was always the less-equipped version of the Tahoe, even if GM built both of them on the same chassis. It shared more parts and features with its spoiled brother but usually didn't get the same engine...

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gasoline engines:

  CHEVROLET RST Performance Package 6.2L V8 10AT (420 HP)

2014 - 2020

The Chevrolet Suburban name was on the market since 1935. There are a lot of car brands that cannot claim a long history like that. In fact, the Suburban name was the oldest name in the automotive industry which was still in production. The twelfth generation of the Chevrolet Suburban was introduced in September 2013. The body-on-frame architecture was kept, in order to keep the production co...

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2006 - 2013

The tenth generation of Chevrolet Suburban has kept going as the oldest nameplate in the Chevrolet lineup. Its capability to tow, haul, and transport nine passengers on any kind of road conditions made it a favorite for millions of Americans, and not only. In 2006 it was launched as a 2007 model, with a range of three V8 engines under the hood. The Suburban was available either as a 1500 or 2...

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1999 - 2006

GM introduced the ninth generation of the Suburban in 1999, and it was another proof that people didn't need a minivan to carry eight people inside. The behemoth-sized SUV was based on the trustworthy GMT830 chassis used for the GMC Silverado/GMC Sierra pickup. It could handle rugged terrain, punishing roads, and pull heavy trailers. It had only two enemies: fuel consumption and winding ...

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