About Chevrolet Suburban
Chevrolet Suburban is a full-size, extended-length sport utility vehicle manufactured by General Motors since 1935. It is the longest standing automobile nameplate in production and one of the most lucrative vehicles. Until today, it has been through eleven generations and it has been used as a police car, fire chief's vehicle or EMS fly-car. Chevrolet Suburban was unveiled as a 2-door station wagon for the first time in 1935. As a successful and popular vehicle, Chevrolet Suburban has received many awards. In 2014, Chevrolet Suburban ranked second among the top-ranked larger affordable SUVs by U.S. News & World Report and at the same year, it was awarded by JD Power and Associates and in 2015, it was the third top affordable SUVs and fifth affordable SUVs with 3-row seats also received the award "MotorWeek Drivers' Choice" for best large SUV and Consumer Reports rated Chevrolet Suburban as the best SUV with 3-row seats.
The tenth generation Chevrolet Suburban (2007-2014), along with the Yukon XL was introduced at the 2006 Los Angeles Auto Show. It offered 1500 and 2500 2-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive LS, LT and a 75th anniversary edition LTZ trim levels. This generation Chevrolet Suburban had upgraded powertrain with more powerful V8 engine with added 6-speed 6L80 and 6-speed 6L90 automatic transmission. In 2013, the eleventh generation Chevrolet Suburban (2014-present), along with GMC Yukon XL and Yukon Denali XL was unveiled. There are still three trim levels as previous generation available although these trim levels are powered by 5.3 L EcoTec3 V8 FlexFuel engine with 6-speed GM 6L80 automatic transmission.
Chevrolet Suburban Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
No matter what it is, people always have some dissatisfaction on it, without exception for Chevrolet Suburban. Among the most frequent complaints from the Chevrolet Suburban car owners, the listed two below are the most common:
First, excessive fuel consumption. Some Chevrolet Suburban car owners described that they have to change oil religiously, along with no drips found in driveway, no obvious leak seen and bought the car not very long. If you also find that you are losing fuel economy, you have to check your car meticulously and to decide if the spark plug needs to be replaced or you have a failed fuel pump.
Second, suspension problem. When driving, drivers can feel vibrations with hands on the steering wheel, or it needs more time to press brake to stop car, or the uneven wear tire and leak fluid can be seen, or some tapping sound can be heard, then it must be the shock absorber that goes wrong. However, if your oil filter is failing, you can also find oil leak at the ground. What you should do is to check your Chevrolet Suburban as soon as possible and determine which parts go wrong.
Other auto parts that you should not neglect are some you rely on to create safe or comfortable driving environment such as seat belts, which can save your life in accident or air filter that can provide fresh and heathy air to you.
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