13 Reasons the 2024 Chevrolet Suburban Is a Family Favorite – And 5 Caveats to Consider  

The 2023 Chevrolet Suburban Costco Auto Program
The 2023 Chevrolet Suburban Credit: Scotty Reiss

When it comes to family SUVs, there are luxe brands and there are brands that deliver the luxury of space, comfort and confidence, often with premium materials and features. The Chevrolet Suburban falls solidly in that second class. 

Priced from $59,000 to $85,000, buyers can choose from 6 trims, add all wheel drive (a $3,000 bump) and choose from two or three engine options, including a V8 that generates 355 HP and 383 torque, a V8 that generates 420 HP and 460 torque or a diesel that generates 277 HP and 460 torque.

We test drove the top of the line High Country model (MSRP $92,750, including $1,995 destination charge) outfitted with a diesel engine, so we were able to try out every fun and important feature. Here’s what we liked, what you need to know and what should be considered carefully in the 2024 Chevrolet Suburban

You’ll Feel Like the Captain in the Driver’s Seat of the Chevrolet Suburban

The Front Cabin In The Chevrolet Suburban
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There’s Comfortable Space For Everyone

The Cabin Of The Chevrolet Suburban
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There’s a Brilliant Place to Put Your Purse!

The Amazing Movable Center Console In The Chevrolet Suburban
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These Buttons Will Change Your Life

The Upper Console Is Where You'Ll Find A Button To Open The Center Console
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The Digital Rear View Mirror Will Become Your Best Friend

The Digital Rear View Mirror Is A Great Feature To Have In The Chevrolet Suburban
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Parking is a Breeze With Forward and Side Cameras

The Forward, Rear And Side Cameras Are Priceless For Parking The Chevrolet Suburban
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Running Boards Make Getting In and Out Easy. Automatic and Powered, Even Better

Automatic Running Boards Are A Beautiful Thing
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These Welcome Graphics Are Such a Nice Greeting!

Graphics Greet You When You Start The Chevrolet Suburban
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Head Up Display Keeps Your Eyes on the Road

Head Up Display In The Chevrolet Suburban
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A Motion Activated Lift Gate Is Wonderful Thing

The Illuminated Bowtie In The Chevrolet Suburban
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Installing Kids Car Seats Is a Breeze

Center Row Seats Great For Kids Car Seats Chevrolet Suburban
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Rear Seat Screens are Still an Option

Rear Entertainment Is Still Available In The Chevrolet Suburban
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These Radio Control Buttons are Brilliant

These Buttons On The Back Of The Steering Wheel Can Be Used To Change The Radio Station Or (On The Other Side) Adjust The Volume
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Caveat to Consider: 3rd Row Is Large and Roomy, But Not Always Easy to Access

Accessing The 3Rd Row Of The Chevrolet Suburban
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Caveat To Consider: Super Cruise Hands Free Driving Is Great — For a Price

The Green Bar Indicates That Super Cruise Is Active In The Chevrolet Suburban
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Caveat to Consider: This is A Big SUV

This Is A Tall Girl
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Caveat to Consider: The Diesel Engine is Loud But Powerful

This Thing Is A Diesel
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Caveat to Consider: Do You Really Need This Much Cargo Space?

Luggage For A Family Of 5 Fit But We Could Have Doubled, Or More, What We Brought
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