2016 Chevrolet Suburban vs 2015 Chevrolet Suburban
We all know how great the Chevrolet Suburban looks. It’s commanding presence, sleek panels, fit frame, and decisive handling make it so powerful when you see one parked you immediately think, “The president is here!” Of course you’re thinking of President Frank Underwood from House of Cards because you’ve been binge watching Netflix lately, but still. Frank Underwood would DEFINITELY show up in a Suburban. And even if you don’t watch Netflix, you probably just think, “Wow.” Because – yeah. The Suburban is a whole lot of wow. At Weber Chevrolet we know when you’re looking for a Suburban you’re looking for a large SUV that commands the road, has room for the family and more, can haul anything you need, and has an impressive engine to boot. Check out some of the difference between the 2015 and 2016 Chevrolet Suburban models, and see which one is right for you!
Ahead of the Times
While it can be fun to listen to the radio and catch a lot of the same annoying commercials over and over and over again, the 2016 Chevy Suburban has decided to heck with commercials, let’s listen to what we want when we want. Thus they’ve done away with the AM/FM radio and CD player in favor of Apple CarPlay compatibility, Android Auto compatibility, and Chevrolet MyLink so that you can sync whatever smart device you have directly to your vehicle. Both the 2015 and 2016 offer 4G LTE WiFi, because now you’re the hotspot. Check out these and a lot of other technological perks at Weber Chevrolet today! You won’t want to leave.
Bigger and Better
Being a large commanding vehicle doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice agility, speed, and fuel-efficiency. The Suburban is a force to be reckoned with – it’s presence is mighty, yet it drives like it’s on rails. With a 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 engine you’ll not only get performance on the road you’ll also get performance at the gas pump as well. With an estimated 23 highway MPG, it does better on the road than cars half its size. No matter the model year, the Suburban is definitely the smart choice for a strong, efficient vehicle.
Quality Inside and Out
Not only does the Suburban have an athletic, sleek exterior built for performance just as much as style, the interior is just as commanding. Premium materials, effective flow of panels and dials, and comfort that should be illegal, there is definitely NOT a bad seat in the house. Or the car as the case may be. Enjoy the quiet cabin and the versatile seating arrangements by taking advantage of the available power release second row, and the power fold-flat third-row seating. The options are endless!