2018 Chevrolet Suburban Premier RST Review - A Riff on the Familiar

In some segments, familiarity is a good thing. The General has been the beyond dominant ruler of the king-size SUV segment for ages, ever since its competitors either stopped playing in the field or opted to equip their machines with V6 engines and independent rear suspensions. Both of those features are nobly forward-thinking but have yet to be rewarded by customers who seem to favor things they already know.

Casting a large-and-in-charge shadow, the Suburban you see here is endowed with seating for eight, cargo space best measured in acres, and 22-inch wheels. What’s absent? Oh yeah, a 6.2-liter engine.

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  • Sid SB I was talking to local dealer about a Type R and they $10k mark up because they are not selling cars due to supply issues. I decided not to argue but I was thinking that service shops were the real cash magnets for the dealers not car sales.
  • Oberkanone Imagining unlimited funds I see "no comment" as my response.
  • Oberkanone Working manual sunroof is the only redeeming feature. This is the vibe I'd appreciate on a modern vehicle.
  • Jeff S I don't know either but maybe its time the the franchise laws are eliminated. I would rather have the option to buy directly.