The Texarkana Gazette has reviewed the 2021 Chevrolet Surburban.
Even if you’re accustomed to vehicles this large, to drive a Suburban is to become constantly aware of the width of lanes and parking spaces. Patronizing a drive-thru will elicit apprehension. It’s not unusual for backing out of a spot in a parking lot to require a three-point turn. Normal driving mode becomes an anxiety-ridden exercise until you come to terms with the Suburban’s bulk, especially since the steering’s on-center feel is somewhat loose and its suspension is tuned for off-road compliance. Yet overall, the Suburban feels somewhat agile for a vehicle of its size, with admirable dynamics overall.
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CHEVROLET SUBURBAN – RANKINGS, COMPARISONS AND INFORMATION SHEETS