The NAIAS has a new date and format. The biggest auto show in North America is now held in June and it will attract the main premieres for this part of the world. For a long time, we know it is the 2021 Chevy Suburban. The biggest GM’s SUV is coming with plenty of changes. Well, the company updates the entire lineup of full-size models, including Tahoe, Yukon, and premium Escalade.
Some of the things about the 2021 Chevy Suburban we know for a year and more. For example, the independent rear suspension is the most notable addition for the upcoming season. Still, there are a few other things that are pretty attractive, such as a diesel engine. It is confirmed for Yukon, so we don’t see why Suburban would not get it as well.
2021 Chevy Suburban Redesign
Well, all these mechanical changes stole the entire show from other updates. The new 2021 Chevy Suburban will get a new look. Bolder and larger, it is ready to conquer the market. Another competitor is on the way. FCA announced the three-row SUV, which is likely to bring back the Wagoneer nameplate, and its extended version Grand Wagoneer.
Still, the fresh look of the Suburban will be ready to battle against such threats. The carmaker made the SUV official some while ago and you can catch up with all the details on the official website.
Diesel Engine Specs
The carmaker made a huge step in the segment. The 2021 Chevy Suburban will add a Duramax diesel unit to its lineup. However, this version will be a couple of months late after the first models enter the dealerships. A 3.0 turbodiesel unit is bringing 277 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque. This will be enough to top the Ford Expedition’s towing capacity of 9,300 pounds. Suburban will be able to pull at least 9,500 lbs. Also, you can count on fuel savings compared to huge V8 units and a much better combination with the IRS system if you are about to go off-road.