Some vehicles look great and provide high-tech conveniences but lack power or space. Others have the haling capability and power needed for jobs but lack appearances and comfort. The 2013 Suburban has it all. After nearly 80 years of building on previous models, it’s no wonder that Chevy has such an expertly crafted design in the 2013 Suburban. As the first-ever passenger SUV manufactured, the Suburban continues to lead the industry as it continues to earn its reputation for hearty durability and powerful engine. Today’s Suburban also boasts unmatched creature comforts and style, making it more than a workhorse, but an all-around ability to handle the diverse and ever-changing needs of any family’s busy lifestyle.
When it comes to the Suburban, you won’t have to carefully measure trunk capacity before buying a new luggage set or determine car seat choice based on room. Instead of trying to come up with a few extra inches here and there, the engineers of the Suburban make no apologies for crafting a large SUV that easily accommodates passengers and cargo. The LS can easily accommodate up to 9 passengers as well as plenty of cargo. With 137.4 cubic feet of interior cargo space, the 2013 Suburban also offers built-in conveniences to help load and unload: The power liftgate available on the LT and standard on the LTZ provides convenient loading capabilities. The adventure-ready Z71 includes an Off-Road Suspension Package, enabling your Suburban to safely and easily embark on uncharted territory.
A formerly realized down side to this kind of power was the fact that some of the first SUVs were definite “gas hogs”; today’s Suburban boasts Active Fuel Management™ technology, providing power when it’s needed but fuel efficiency when it’s not. One example of how the process works is that while all eight cylinders are active during acceleration or inclines, only four are used for coasting on level surfaces.
Not only will drivers and passengers of the 2013 Suburban notice its accommodating size and powerful capabilities, but they’ll also realize that luxuries are not eliminated. From the Driver Information Center to the Convenience Package (available on the LS and standard on the LT and LTZ), features like rear parking assist and a heated steering wheel are just the beginning.
Entertainment options like Bluetooth® wireless technology, Bose Centerpoint® ten-speaker Surround Sound, and rear DVD entertainment systems including two overhead screens are available on the LT and LTZ. Total climate control features provide for the various temperature zones in this generously sized vehicle. Additionally, features like heated and cooled leather-appointed seats that include power recline, lumbar support, and12-way power adjustable front bucket seats add to the illusion that the Suburban is really a luxury sedan.
Instead of choosing between brains and brawn, why not choose the 2013 Chevy Suburban, and get the best of both worlds?
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