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2021 Chevrolet Suburban Interior


#3 out of 6 in Large SUVs

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$51,700
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2021 Chevrolet Suburban Interior Review

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Interior: 8.5

 The 2021 Chevrolet Suburban has a huge interior with generous seating space, class-leading cargo room, and a user-friendly control layout. The cabin is stylish and nicely appointed in higher trims, though some critics say the lower trim levels could be better dressed.

  • "The rest of the Suburban's interior is seriously plush with deep brown leather, handsome stitching and soft touch points." -- Autoweek
  • "… I had time to admire the High Country's interior, a leather-lined oasis with contrast-color stitching and decent-looking wood trim." -- Automobile Magazine
  • "To date, the GMT1XX platform has graced us with interiors that can kindly be described as suboptimal. Sad, but true. The Suburban is a step up from the Silverado pickup, but it's not as good as they should be for a vehicle of this price." -- Motor Trend

Cargo

The Chevrolet Suburban has 41.5 cubic feet of cargo space behind its third-row seats, 93.8 cubic feet with these seats folded, and a massive 144.7 cubic feet with all rear seats folded. That’s more cargo room than any other large SUV provides, apart from the GMC Yukon XL. A manual liftgate is standard, and a hands-free power liftgate is available.

  • "If space is your main concern, look no further." -- Autoweek
  • "… the 2021 Suburban now boasts 144.7 cubic feet of cargo capacity, which is 23 cubic feet more than last year's model. This means the Suburban, along with its corporate cousin, the GMC Yukon XL, offers more cargo room than any other SUV on sale today." -- Edmunds
  • "Its extra length gives it an enormous 41.5 cubic feet of cargo space even with the third row up – 16 cubic feet more than a Tahoe. Even more space is created as you fold rows. Setting down the third row creates 93.8 cubic feet, while folding the second row opens up 144.7 cubic feet. These numbers are all better than those of the Ford Expedition Max." -- Kelley Blue Book

Seating

The Chevrolet Suburban is available in seven-, eight-, and nine-seat configurations. The first- and second-row seats are cushy and provide ample headroom and legroom, even for taller occupants. The driving position provides a commanding view of the road ahead, but rear visibility isn’t great; the optional rearview camera mirror helps with this, however. The third row has less seat padding and legroom, but it’s still comfortable and roomy enough for adults.

Cloth upholstery, power-adjustable front seats, and manually adjustable second- and third-row bench seats are standard. Available upgrades include leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats, heated second-row seats, power-folding third-row seats, and a heated steering wheel.

For installing child safety seats, the Suburban has up to three complete sets of LATCH car-seat connectors for the second-row seats. There are also upper tethers for all three third-row seats.

  • "Funny thing about the last couple of generations of Suburbans: Unlike a genie's lamp, they were huge on the outside and quite cramped for everyone sitting behind the front row. Not anymore. I'm 5-foot-11 and a shade under a big-boned 250 pounds, and I had tons of room—even in the third row, with the middle captain's chair slid all the way back. That's a big improvement." -- Motor Trend
  • "The Suburban’s last row has slightly better legroom and is now comfortable enough for adults." -- Kelley Blue Book
  • "One big annoyance: The diagonal cut on the lower-inside corner of the side mirrors, which cuts off the view of the Suburban's flanks. A squared-off mirror would have made the going that much easier on Hollywood's narrow streets." -- Automobile Magazine

Interior Features

The Chevrolet Suburban’s standard features include a 10.2-inch touch screen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth, eight USB ports, HD Radio, satellite radio, six speakers, and a Wi-Fi hot spot.

The large touch-screen infotainment system has a simple menu structure and crisp graphics, and it responds quickly to inputs. It’s accompanied by buttons and knobs that make it easy to adjust functions while driving. The dashboard-mounted gear selector does take some time to get acclimated to, though.

Other standard features include two 120-volt household-style power outlets, keyless entry, remote start, and tri-zone automatic climate control. Available features include a navigation system, wireless device charging, Bose nine- and 10-speaker sound systems, a rear-seat entertainment system with two 12.6-inch touch screens, a panoramic sunroof, and power-retractable side steps.

Standard safety features include a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, forward collision warning, pedestrian detection, automatic emergency braking, automatic high-beam headlights, and the rear-seat reminder and Teen Driver systems. Front parking sensors, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, a head-up display, a rearview mirror with an integrated camera display, and the Safety Alert Seat system are available.

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  • "All the main controls are knobs, nice, and the touchscreen splits the difference between stuck too far above the dash and too deep in the dark reaches below. You can see it easily, just taking your eyes off the road for a split second." -- Autoweek
  • "The new … 10-inch touchscreen system is easy to access and clear to read. Alas, the push-button selector for the transmission requires more attention than it should during a three-point turn." -- Edmunds
  • "I turned on the stereo, which sounds great and has an intuitive interface; why can't the rest of the industry get this right? I also liked the big color head-up display." -- Automobile Magazine 
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