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* The 2014 Suburban is good at hauling people and stuff, delivers a quality ride and is surprisingly agile for its size. A loaded LTZ is nearly Cadillac-plush. Source: KBB.com
* Seats up to nine people; class-leading cargo capacity; lots of standard and optional features; comfortable ride; smooth V8 engine. Source: Edmunds
* The Chevrolet Suburban traces its roots to 1935, and 79 years later, this full-size SUV proudly claims its status as the oldest continuous nameplate in automotive history. While drivers' preferences have changed and gas prices have steadily climbed over the years, there are still families and fleets that require a sport utility vehicle that can easily haul people and cargo. In those respects, the Chevy Suburban for 2014 is among the rare SUVs that can be configured to carry up to nine passengers and tow well over 9,000 pounds. Chevrolet has streamlined the 2014 Suburban model choices to the regular-duty 1500 with a choice of rear- or four-wheel drive. The heavy-duty 2500 version with 6.0-liter V-8 is available to fleet buyers and custom outfitters. While the Chevy Suburban is built on a truck frame that's intended to pull or carry heavy loads, it also offers a comfortable ride around town and on the highway. The biggest update for 2014 is the Convenience Package is now standard, which includes power-adjustable pedals, remote start, rear parking assist, and a backup camera. The Suburban has long earned its stripes as an SUV that can carry lots of people and haul lots of stuff. The 2014 Chevy Suburban continues that mission while offering a rugged image and many creature comforts. Source: The Manufacturer Summary