2011 Chevrolet Suburban Review

2011 Chevrolet Suburban Review

Detailed Review of the 2011 Chevrolet Suburban

The 2011 Chevrolet Suburban, a full-size SUV, boasted a spacious interior, powerful engines, and various features. It came in two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive configurations with trim levels LS, LT, and LTZ. Debuting in 1936, it's one of the longest-running models, now in 1500 and 2500 versions.

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The Chevrolet Suburban offers two models, the 1500 and 2500, available in half-ton and 3/4-ton versions. The 1500 features a 5.3-liter V8 engine with cylinder deactivation (310 hp), and an optional 6.0-liter V8 (366 hp). The 2500 boasts a more powerful engine, producing up to 352 hp, ideal for heavy towing. All models come in LS, LT, and LTZ trims, differing mainly in interior features and technology upgrades, and can be equipped with rear-wheel or all-wheel drive.

Despite its size, the 2011 Suburban can accelerate to 60 MPH in under 9 seconds. It can seat anywhere from 6 to 9 people, and with the seats folded down, it has over 100 cubic feet of storage space. Upgrades are available for the 1500 model but these are custom and by request only. The half-ton 1500 has a 6-speed manual transmission, while the 3/4 ton has a 6-speed automatic.

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Performance and Features Highlights

  • Exterior: The 2011 Suburban had a bold and stylish exterior design, with a large chrome grille, projector beam headlights, and available fog lights. It also had a long wheelbase that provided ample cargo space behind the third row of seats.
  • Interior: The Suburban's interior was spacious and comfortable, with seating for up to eight passengers. The seats were upholstered in cloth or leather, depending on the trim level, and the cabin offered plenty of legroom and headroom for all passengers.
  • Engines: The 2011 Suburban was available with three different engine options: a 5.3L V8, a 6.0L V8, and a 5.3L V8 FlexFuel. The 5.3L V8 was the most fuel-efficient option, while the 6.0L V8 offered the most power.
  • Transmission: All 2011 Suburbans came equipped with a six-speed automatic transmission.
  • Features: The 2011 Suburban offered a variety of features, including a power sunroof, a Bose sound system, a navigation system, and heated and cooled seats. It also had several safety features, including airbags, traction control, and stability control.

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  • Safety: The 2011 Suburban received high marks for safety, earning the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) five-star ratings in both frontal and side-impact crash tests. It also came standard with several safety features, including:
    • Antilock brakes (ABS)
    • Traction control
    • StabiliTrak electronic stability control system
    • OnStar emergency communication system
  • Awards: While the 2011 Chevrolet Suburban itself did not win any major awards, it was ranked as the #3 Best Large SUV of 2011 by J.D. Power. It was praised for its spacious interior, powerful engines, and comfortable ride.

The 2011 Chevrolet Suburban is a capable and versatile SUV that offers a lot of value for its price. It is a good option for families who need a lot of space and power, and it is also a good choice for people who frequently tow trailers or haul cargo. We hope that this 2011 Chevrolet Suburbanview post inspires you. Happy driving! 

DISCLOSURE: Thanks to GM for providing us with a fabulous Chevrolet Suburban to drive to the Type-A Mom Conference.

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