New 2016 Chevrolet Suburban Prices

Select a new 2016 Chevrolet Suburban trim level

2016 model year changes

After a full redesign for 2015, the Tahoe and the Suburban remain mostly unchanged for 2016. Still, some additional refinement and features are offered this year. An enhanced Driver Alert Package is available that includes adjustable pedals, IntelliBeam headlamps and a Lane Keep Assist function. A heads-up display system is also new for 2016 and available on select models. New standard features include an 8-inch color touchscreen, which controls the radio and the OnStar system.

Competitive comparison

Much-improved interior; seating space; versatility and toughness; towing ability; comfortable, refined ride; relatively fuel-efficient engines

Special features for 2016

The Suburban and Tahoe are by far the best-selling models in their class, and they're tough rivals for the Ford Expedition, Toyota Sequoia and Nissan Armada, among others. These two Chevy models are closely related in most ways--although there's a key difference: the Suburban is 14 inches longer in wheelbase and 20 inches longer overall than the Tahoe; and that results in a significantly larger third-row seat than in the Tahoe--as well as easier access to it, and more cargo space. Compared to rival models, the Chevy Tahoe and Suburban still stand out for their good ride quality and efficient engines, and they handle surprisingly well considering their size and mass. They're also very rugged and versatile, and can be outfitted for off-road toughness, tow ability and interior luxury as needed. Chevrolet claims that the Suburban will be the most fuel-efficient model in the full-size SUV class, thanks to its standout combination of fuel-saving technologies like direct injection and active fuel management (cylinder deactivation). Although the profile of the Suburban and Tahoe haven't changed all that much, Chevy has managed to make significant improvements to aerodynamics. Yet chiseled sheetmetal and big, flamboyant wheels (up to 22 inches) help maintain a powerful look.
The full-sized Chevrolet Suburban comes in three trim levels with seating for up to nine passengers. The base model is nicely stacked and includes: 18” premium alloy wheels, privacy glass in the rear, roof rails, remote entry/start, parking sensors (rear), parking camera, powered and heated side mirrors, automated windshield wipers, triple-zone climate control, powered front seating, OnStar, Bluetooth/iPod/USB connectivity and a six-speaker audio system with HD radio. Options and upper trim levels can add a collision mitigation system, powered tilt and telescope steering wheel, premium leather seating, 8” touchscreen with GPS, powered folding second and third-row seating, up to 22” wheels, xenon headlamps, premium Bose audio system, towing package and more. Driving the Suburban is a 5.3-liter V8 engine that produces 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque.