2024 Chevy Suburban

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  • Overview

    A red 2024 Chevy Suburban High Country is shown angled left.

    It takes more than a strong engine and a hulking interior to make the ideal full-size SUV. To create the best full-size SUV, consideration needs to be placed in every bit of the engineering process. This is the difference between the type of SUV you should buy, especially if you’re shopping for your family. What does the 2024 Chevy Suburban have over its competition? “What doesn’t it have,” would be the better question.

    You’ve got it all with the 2024 Suburban: class-leading cargo space, powertrain options that dawn the benefits of both strength and efficiency, and tech that keeps you on the road for longer thanks to supreme amounts of comfort and forward-looking tech that enhances your life every time you fasten your seatbelt. Chevy has thought of all the important aspects of what makes the perfect full-size SUV, and the results speak for themselves, cementing the 2024 Suburban as one of, if not the best full-size SUV of its model year.


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  • Performance

    A black 2024 Chevy Suburban High Country is shown towing a camper.


    With the 2024 Chevy Suburban, its performance is split between three available powertrains. These include two different-sized V8 engines and a turbo-diesel engine. All three engines link with a ten-speed automatic transmission for the smoothest acceleration. The smallest of the V8 engines has a displacement of 5.3 liters, and this engine lends base Suburban models 355 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque. Another reason why the standard powertrain holds its own is because it has the best towing capacity out of three, at 8,300 lbs.

    As for all three powertrains, the base configuration comes standard with RWD, but 4WD is the optional drivetrain. With the V8 engines, you’ll get the same city fuel economy between the two drivetrains, with a slight deviation in freeway ratings: in RWD, the 5.3L V8 engine gets an EPA-estimated 15 MPG in the city and 20 MPG on the highway (for 17 MPG combined), and 4WD models have 15 MPG in the city and 18 MPG on the freeway (for 16 MPG combined).

    The 6.2L V8 engine comes standard with the High Country trim and is otherwise available for the RST, Premier, and Z71. This engine increases the Suburban’s power output by a sizable amount, with 420 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque, which equates to an 18% boost in horsepower and a 20% increase in torque. The 2024 Suburban with the 6.2L V8 engine has a similar towing capacity to the 5.3L V8 engine, but the capacity is lowered by 100 lbs, bringing the total to 8,200 lbs.

    Given the 6.2L V8 engine has the most displacement, it has the lowest fuel economy ratings of the bunch, but it has identical highway mileage to the 5.3L V8 engine: an EPA-estimated 14 MPG in the city and 20 MPG on the highway (for 16 MPG combined) in RWD, with 4WD models getting 14 MPG in the city and 18 MPG on the highway (for 16 MPG combined).

    You may want to consider the turbo-diesel 3.0L I-6 if you want a combination of the best fuel efficiency and the same amount of torque as the 6.2L V8. With the turbo-diesel powertrain, the 2024 Suburban has 277 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque, and although it has the lowest towing capacity of the bunch, it still breaks the 8,000-lb mark. Best of all, the fuel economy of the turbo-diesel engine lives up to the hype with remarkable EPA-estimated ratings of 21 MPG in the city and 27 MPG on the highway (for 23 MPG combined) in RWD, with 4WD models providing 20 MPG in the city and 26 MPG on the highway (for 22 MPG combined).

  • Capacity

    A grey 2024 Chevy Suburban Z71 is shown driving off-road.


    By purchasing a 2024 Suburban, you’re guaranteeing you’re getting class-leading cargo space. Given that full-size SUVs are the biggest type of SUV, you can imagine the largest of the class is quite a capacious beast. With the 2024 Suburban, you’d be right; this is a three-row SUV, so the amount of cargo space available to you depends on how many people are in your car—more specifically if you need the third-row seats up.

    Full-size SUV drivers commonly have families, and whether yours is a family of four, five, or six, the Suburban is the ultimate full-size SUV for large groups, with a maximum of nine seats. What makes the 2024 Suburban such an appealing option doesn’t only come down to having the most space when only the front row is up but also being one of the most cargo-facilitating SUVs when all nine seats are upright. As a side note, if you purchase the LT or any higher-tier trim, you’ll get a hands-free power liftgate, where as long as you have your key fob on you, all you need to do is lift your foot under the back of the vehicle, and you’ll have instant access to your cargo space.

    If you need all the seats up because you may be supporting up to nine passengers, your 2024 Suburban retains a marvelous 41.5 cu.ft. of space. Even with the third row folded down, the Suburban keeps 93.8 cu.ft. of space, which is still more than some full-size SUVs have with both rear rows folded. What gives the 2024 Suburban its status as a class-leading full-size SUV is the exceptional 144.7 cu.ft. of space. You can let your imagination run wild on what this type of versatility allows for, so even if you need your SUV’s cargo space for any professional needs, you’ll be plenty set on cargo space, even if your family, friends, or colleagues are aboard.

  • Comfort

    The brown interior of a 2024 Chevy Suburban High Country is shown.


    The 2024 Suburban has plenty of tech, attributing to unmatched comfort and enough tech to add a plethora of convenience and quality of life to your daily routine. Your driver’s seat begins as a cushy ten-way power-adjustable chair, and the passenger next to you gets an eight-way power-adjustable chair standard, so nobody will be manually pulling levers to get the level of comfort they desire. That’s with the LS; with the LT, RST, and Z71, the front-row passenger’s seat is replaced with a ten-way power-adjustable chair to match the driver’s.

    With the Premier and High Country, both you and the front-row passenger receive another upgrade: both seats become twelve-way power-adjustable with these higher-tier trims. Cloth seats come standard with the LS, but premium cloth is available. Genuine leather seats come with the LT and Z71, but these are upgraded to more stylized perforated leather on trims like the Premier, High Country, and RST.

    Something that helps keep the cabin cozy is the standard tri-zone automatic climate control, which adds to the second-row seats, so now the kids can stay cool while Grandma and Grandpa stay warm. Second-row passengers are also treated to heated seats if the trim allows for it and you’ve opted for it, like the LT, RST, and Z71. These trims also offer a heated steering wheel to keep your hands warm during those morning commutes, but the High Country and Premier both come standard with the heated steering wheel and heated seats for the second row. These two trims also add ventilated front-row seats to the mix.

    A bit of convenience tech that adds to the Suburban experience is the standard 8.0-inch Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System sporting both wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot. Standard on the LT, RST, Z71, High Country, and Premier, you get an upgraded Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System, with the most notable highlights being a larger 10.2-inch screen and built-in navigation software separate from either Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. With the LS, you get one USB-A and one USB-C port, so both of the most common USB types are accounted for, and the back rows get two USB-C charging ports each.

    The USB ports in the front row can be used to connect your smartphone to the Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System along with providing charging throughout, but the USB ports in the back two rows are only capable of the latter. Those in the backseat will be plenty occupied with entertainment; however, if you opt for the rear seat media system that’s available on the High Country, Premier, Z71, RST, and LT, you get not one but two screens—one behind each front seat headrest—along with HDMI ports, so the kids can plug in their Nintendo Switch for those long car rides.

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