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Just because the kids are going back to school doesn’t mean that you have to end your summer fun, especially for those of you who are “working from home”. The 2021 Chevrolet Suburban is the perfect full-sized SUV for your road-trippin’ excursions. It’s filled with plenty of features that are guaranteed to augment your getaway experience such as wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Zero Gravity Seats, Wi-Fi Hotspot, and much more. Here are the Top 5 Road Trip Features On The 2021 Chevy Suburban.
Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
The High Country trim is best of the best on the 2021 Suburban SUV, and with it includes the brand’s Infotainment 3 system paired with Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It allows users to make use of features like Waze and Spotify, as well as make phone calls and send text messages. Wireless support is very convenient on longer trips where drivers may switch seats while taking turns driving. The system is also user-friendly and hardly distracting while your hands are on the wheel.
4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot
Nowadays, having poor cell service or lack of Wi-Fi is almost considered to be on the same level as losing an arm, you just can’t function without it. Luckily, all models on the Chevy Suburban include 4G LTE integration with in-vehicle, ensuring that you and your passengers are always connected. Owners also get to take advantage of the 1-month trial, which involves 3BG of data, and can even opt for an additional plan after this trial ends.
You don’t have to worry about hearing “Are we there yet?” one too many times, as kids and teens will be able to stay in touch with friends or see what’s trending on TikTok without having to use their data.
Heated and Ventilated Seats
Third on our list are 12-way power front seats with available heated and ventilated functionality. This feature is perfect either for those living in warmer climates like Florida or cooler areas like Colorado. You don’t have to worry about making various pit stops to avoid harsh temperatures, because this tool keeps front seat passengers comfortable no matter what condition. Additionally, High Country models also offers this technology for seats in the second row.
Backup and Rearview Mirror Camera
It’s safe to say that back up cameras are considered to be a common feature in most new vehicles, however, the Chevy company does it right by inputting a surround view system, which is especially helpful when maneuvering in tight parking spots or avoiding pedestrians. Other camera angles allow one to see the SUV sky-high or how close they are to a curb.
As usual, the High Country trim cranks up the heat by switching to video display by flipping the mirror up, in which you’ll see a live feed from the back of you. It allows drivers to see a clear view of traffic behind them while the trunk is stuffed with suitcases.
Lots of Charging Ports
Having LTE Wi-Fi isn’t the only way to stay connected. The 2021 Suburban is loaded with charging ports, with access provided in the front and second row. More specifically, front row occupants have access to USB ports on both sides and a wireless charger. Meanwhile, second-row and even third row passengers include USB-C chargers.
Miami Lakes Chevrolet
This only scratches the surface of what the big and bad 2021 Chevy Suburban can do, find out more of what it has to offer by visiting Miami Lakes Chevrolet. We carry a wide range of vehicles from the brand, including their full-sized SUV. If after searching through our new car inventory, you like what you see, feel free to chat with one of our representatives for further assistance.
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The New Kids On The Block
The latest and greatest 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe, as well as the 2021 Chevrolet Suburban full-size SUVs are selling like hotcakes on the dealership lots, especially with one particular trim level that seems to be getting all the buzz.
Last month, the Chevy Tahoe and Suburban RST trim level only stayed on dealership lots for an average of 18 days, which is considered pretty darn well in the U.S market, since the typical time period for a car’s stay would be around 60 days. Obviously, this demand is considered to be outrageously good…and now on a first-come-first-serve sort of basis. Regarding the RST model, this demand is even greater.
Chevrolet’s RST trim is comparable to that of their LT that it’s built upon, however, its design has a bit more edge and sports the Rally Street Truck (RST) title. The automaker responded to the popularity and overall demand from its customers for a more street-racer style by tacking on 22-inch High Gloss Black painted wheels as a standard, as well as a distinctive front fascia involving a black icy finish on the grille, black on black-chrome trim (for the exterior) and a range of RST-exclusive features in-house, with divergent stitching.
Both the Tahoe and Suburban were fully overhauled for this model year, and are currently in the initial stages of their 5th and twelve generation actions, in that order. The Suburban SUV sets the record for being the longest continually used nameplate, as it was first initiated in the market by 1935. The two trucks are essentially twins, with the exception that the Suburban is 15 inches longer than the Tahoe at 225.7 inches.
For both models, buyers have the choice of getting the 5.3L V8 L84 gasoline engine from the EcoTec3 group, which has an incredible output of 355 horsepower and 383 lb-ft of torque. The second option is the 3.0L I6 LM2 turbo-diesel Duramax, which produces a lesser 277 horsepower but an improved 460 lb-ft of torque. Both of these engines team up with the brand’s Hydra-Matic 10L80 10-speed automatic transmission. One also has the option of rear-wheel-drive (RWD) and four-wheel-drive (4WD).
Both SUVs have accomplished strong sales and growth in North America, particularly in the fourth quarter of 2020 by over 30 percent. The transition to the new generation earlier that year, in addition to a market slump of many businesses due to the coronavirus pandemic, resulted in sales dropping considerably for a year, such as with the Tahoe at 88,238 and Suburban at 37,636, which will certainly see a resurgence in 2021.
The Chevrolet RST has a starting price of $58,395, (plus destination fee) for RWDs equipped with the 5.3L V8 engine. The mirroring Suburban RST has a starting price of 61,095, (plus destination fee).
Miami Lakes Chevrolet
When the time comes to purchase your spanking new 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe or 2021 Chevrolet Suburban, be sure to do it at Miami Lakes Automall. We carry an extensive range of vehicles from the brand with a variety of different trims as well as prices.
Those who are interested in any of our models can simply view our online new car inventory and chat with a representative for further assistance.
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The Major Suburban Enhancements For Next Year
The large and hefty Chevrolet Suburban SUV is getting a major makeover for 2021. The revamped model will include new gadgets and gizmos, especially when regarding safety features. It should also have a ride that is much smoother and have more space in its cabin.
New renovation plans will also take into effect with the shorter Chevy Tahoe. In actuality, the Tahoe will have the most to gain from this face-lift, such as extra length and interior space in the interior. Though most buyers will find much joy in the Tahoe, those who have large families will still benefit the most with the Suburban, especially since it has three rows of seats and more cargo space.
Although these upcoming Chevy SUV models will sport new designs, that’s only the surface of the changes that will be made. There will also be the implementation of an independent rear suspension, which is a first for this model. This will not just enhance the overall quality of the ride, but also aids in expanding interior space. Passengers will certainly be spoiled with entertainment features like large flat screens in the second row, meanwhile, the driver enjoys a great selection of driver-assistance features like rear cross-traffic alert and blind-spot alert on Premier models.
At one time, the Suburban was battling it out with the full-sized Travelall SUV of the (now-deceased) International Harvester automotive company, which was also considered to be a hybrid of a station wagon and a truck. However, as the brand drew back from the production of light-trucks, the model was discontinued in 1975, and for a while the Suburban got a chance to thrive all by itself in its segment. Eventually, Ford wanted a chance to get into the ring.
By late of the 1990s, Ford introduced the Expedition model, and at some point hitched on Expedition Max, which is a foot longer than the regular Expedition. The Max model received its own beautification a few years ago, and this year will reintroduce the popular King Ranch trim. The main difference between Ford and Chevy are their engines. The Expedition makes use of an Ecoboost turbocharged V6, while the Suburban stays with the classics with its V8 engine.
The Chevrolet Suburban performs well in sales for its segment, and will prove to be a great friend for large families and even those who prioritize vehicles with towing capability. Other highlighting features include its sport utilities, an upscale interior, Premier Edition, and Performance Package, as well as its long list of safety equipment.
Where To Get Chevrolet Suburban?
Miami Lakes Automall has a wide range of Chevrolet vehicles, including the 2021 Chevrolet Suburban for the lowest price around $57,000, (plus destination fee).
Highlighting features on the LT trim include forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, wireless charging, as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Though the LT is more affordable, one should consider purchasing the High Country model as it includes even more features like the Universal Home Remote, Trailer Side Blind Zone Alert, and the Chevrolet Infotainment 3 Premium System!
Those who are interested in this Chevrolet full-size SUV or any other vehicle from the brand can simply view our online new car inventory and chat with a representative for further assistance.
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More than just cruise control and power steering, vehicles today have introduced safety and entertainment features that keep drivers safer and offer more comfort for both the driver and passengers alike. But there is also one reason customers buying new vehicles are happy – all the room. The Chevrolet Tahoe and Chevrolet Suburban have grown substantially in space for customers to enjoy for the 2021 model year. Buyers will have more headroom, greater legroom, and extra space to haul cargo. This is exactly what customers want as large SUVs are making a comeback in the new decade. The previous decade saw an increase of larger SUVs. The growth has been noticeable for both the large SUV and the full-size pickup.
“When you go out and do clinics on almost any vehicle and you ask what people want, they almost always say they want more space,” Stephanie Brinley, principal automotive analyst at research firm IHS Markit.
Better MPG Fuels Buyers
As the nation’s gasoline prices have continued to maintain a relatively low amount, in comparison to a decade ago, the image of an SUV being gas guzzlers has been removed from the buyer’s mind. The national average price of gas hasn’t exceeded $3 since 2014, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. A low unemployment rate and strong stock prices have helped SUV sales. The newest SUVs coming out today, even large SUVs have improved their overall mpg. Currently, in the SUV segment, 28 vehicles in the 2020 model year have a remarkable 30 miles per gallon in combined city-highway driving, compared with only one model back at the turn of the century in 2000.
“With low gas prices, nobody cares how big they are really, and the fuel economy has improved, too,” says Michelle Krebs, executive analyst at car-buying site Autotrader.
SUVs Have Never Been More Attractive
Traditional car sales have slumped, and more than half of all new car sales are projected to be SUV sales in 2020 according to a projection by Edmunds. Taking a closer look at the upcoming, new 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe, the Tahoe is now 6.7 inches longer than the 2020 model and the wheelbase is 4.9 inches longer. That increased size has now added to the Chevrolet Tahoe’s overall maximum cargo room by 29.8%. Since the 1999 model year up to the 2021 model, GM has put together a vehicle that has increased 17.7 inches in length to the Tahoe. Customers today can embrace getting further with more cargo like never before. The luxury has never looked better than the Chevy products of the new decade. Find out more with our help and a test-drive today.
Start Off the New Year Right In A Fresh Chevy Vehicle
Start the new year off right in a brand-new 2020 Chevrolet Suburban. For those who have yet to experience the luxuries that come with a modern vehicle, we welcome our guests to test-drive our newest Chevrolet products. We make it very easy for customers to find what they want and our friendly and professional team is happy to show off our entire lineup. From our new vehicle inventory to our pre-owned vehicles, there’s a fantastic selection.
Our financing department can assist today with any buying or leasing needs. We can help with an online service appointment that allows our qualified service techs to get the job done. Stop by today for any of your automotive needs, even if you haven’t bought with us before. We look forward to supporting you. Come to Miami Lakes Automall today!