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Name: 2018 Chevy Suburban LT Large 3-Row SUV | Full Rental Car Review
Rental Car #65
Type: Large SUV
MSRP: Starting at $59,575
Zero to 60:
MPG: 15 city, 22 highway

Fuel Tank Size: 31.0 Gal
Weight: 7,500 lbs.
Length 224.4" (over 18 feet long)
Turning Radius 21.5"
Color: Silver Ice Metallic
Leather Seats

5.3L EcoTec V8 engine
6-speed automatic transmission
4-wheel drive
355 hp @ 5600 rpm

+ Daytime Running Lamps
+ 4-wheel antilock disc brakes
+ Teen Driver Mode (customized vehicle settings tied to a key fob, includes a driver report that help you track your child's driving habits)
+ 7 air bags
+ OnStar
+ Passenger Sensing System (automatically switches passenger air bag on and off)
+ Lane Departure Warning
+ Forward Collision Alert Sensors


    • Alexis Animate
      Alexis Animate

      Where’s the automatic lever ??

      about 22 days ago
    • luci rodriguez
      luci rodriguez

      Be sure to read honest and real reviews of Booking on my blog before you buy. Go to gohonestreviews. com/booking-review/ Thanks, Benito.

      about 1 month ago
    • Francisco Cuevas nares
      Francisco Cuevas nares

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      about 1 month ago
    • caddie prom
      caddie prom

      Anybody know a easier way to get middle seatbelt in 3rd row functioning it’s so annoying it’s supposed to be a family truck but the middle seat in third row it doesn’t go like a regular seat belt i have to get my key and push it inside to undo it

      about 1 month ago
    • Andrew Schmitz
      Andrew Schmitz

      Hello Bourbonnais, IL! I'd recognize that parking lot anywhere.

      about 2 months ago
    • The LAWNdromat
      The LAWNdromat

      Can you do a Chevy Tahoe?

      about 2 months ago
    • Ian Woodruff
      Ian Woodruff In reply to The LAWNdromat

      Nick R Sorta but one difference that stands out to me the most is that the Tahoe offers 15.3 cubic feet in load space and the suburban offers 39.3 cubic feet

      about 21 day ago
    • Nick R
      Nick R In reply to The LAWNdromat

      It's the exact same car. He would be wasting time

      about 1 month ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to The LAWNdromat

      Sure, I'll see if I can rent one in the next few weeks.

      about 2 months ago
    • Yasin Trotman
      Yasin Trotman

      You say that there is no keyless entry, however that it is a free option

      about 2 months ago
    • 70s80s Vintage
      70s80s Vintage

      Love my 2018 Suburban LT. Absolutely love it - will have it for years!

      about 2 months ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to 70s80s Vintage


      about 2 months ago
    • نواف العنزي
      نواف العنزي


      about 3 months ago
    • Dewayne Miguel
      Dewayne Miguel

      I had a 2004 suburban I bought new never had a issue put 230k miles on it gave it to my daughter and bought a new 2010 I have 102K miles on it. she loves the 2004 still runs great no issues 2nd best vehicles I've ever had first best was a 1979 chevy van I bought new 410K miles on it never had a issue if you take care of them they won't let you down

      about 3 months ago
    • Nodak81

      lol, that thing gets better mpg than my awd Taurus

      about 3 months ago
    • Matthew Baquero
      Matthew Baquero

      A real key? No way! Cool!

      about 4 months ago
    • Rafsan Ahmed
      Rafsan Ahmed

      THE secret service car...

      about 4 months ago
    • Gil Gerhardt
      Gil Gerhardt

      Mate, this is the best site re: rental cars in the US of Eh I've found. So here's a question that no one seems able to answer. For an upcoming trip to the west coast for 3 adults and 4 teenagers and luggage, which will be the best for overall luggage space, comfort and ease of driving? A Chev Suburban or one of the minivans? I've had a Toyota Tarago here in Oz and am convinced there's no way bags for 7 people will fit inside but that may have changed. I was looking at one of the 12 seat Ford Transits but frankly that scares me re: safety and handling etc. So now after your review here I'm leaning towards a Suburban from someone like Thrifty or Hertz at LAX. Your thoughts ??

      about 4 months ago
    • jay miguel
      jay miguel

      I totally AGREE with Siri “ DRAIN THE SWAMP” those Dirty Swamp Politicians are really being Exposed!! Live in California will be moving out !!! Rampant Homelessness including theft !! Even Filipino Boxer Manny Paquiiao was victimized !!!

      about 5 months ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to jay miguel


      about 5 months ago
    • Tom Noah
      Tom Noah

      Great video! I like the way you talk, very calm and nice

      about 6 months ago
    • Mojo Risin
      Mojo Risin

      The thing I dislike about GM is the price of their vehicles and yet do rather cheap thinking like no push start on a $60,000 vehicle, Wow! Is that overpriced. Even though it was redone recently it already looks dated, and lower level vehicles costing a fraction of this one offers more for your dollar, such as push button start, automatic one touch up and down windows, all of them, vented cooled leather seats, lane assist, etc. And they insist on solid rear axle over independent rear suspension like every other manufacturer has to increase ride comfort, passenger and cargo capacity while still providing heavy tow numbers. It's even rated less then the competition for tow rating with the solid axle. Most won't be going off road with it either so no need for it over the independent setup. But I digress.

      about 7 months ago
    • David Michael
      David Michael

      Just bought a new Premier at $80K and put on some aggressive Duratracs, matched front tint. An awesome vehicle, plenty of power at 5.3, and lots of compliments. It has a very large road presence, one of the biggest SUV's. This is more stealth American luxury, like the Denali's. I do like the Black Label Navigator, that is quite tempting and I hear very powerful albeit six figures.

      about 8 months ago
    • Dashcam Dumbasses
      Dashcam Dumbasses In reply to David Michael

      Could have spent a tad more and get the 6.2. The 355HP/383TQ is just adequate at that price point. The 6.2 gets the same economy and has more power.

      about 2 months ago
    • MsLA

      Great review! I didn’t mind the whole 14:06 lol.
      Pleasant voice too. Some reviews I just have to immediately turn off. Also, very important that you mentioned the room in the second and third rows! Thank you.

      about 8 months ago
    • Dupree Johnson
      Dupree Johnson

      at least this vehicle still has a key..i don't get it will all these push button lock/unlock feature of new cars today..so damn useless!

      about 9 months ago
    • Alex

      Finally a good clean review. No useless talk. 👌

      about 9 months ago
    • 100 Rental Cars
      100 Rental Cars In reply to Alex

      Thanks Alex!

      about 9 months ago
    • Shameka Moon Jr
      Shameka Moon Jr

      Does this holds 9 people?

      about 9 months ago
    • Sean Alegada
      Sean Alegada

      The only thing that I hate about this suv is the shitty 3rd row seat comfort

      about 10 months ago
    • Tae Lim
      Tae Lim

      Great review!!

      about 10 months ago
    • ayo0130

      Wish i had this vehicle

      about 10 months ago
    • Jimmie Adams
      Jimmie Adams

      I drove this car from Stockton to LA yesterday and it felt like I only drove it down the street. Aside from the fuel economy, this is a perfect car for road trips

      about 11 months ago
    • Grady Parrotte: The Man Of Instruments
      Grady Parrotte: The Man Of Instruments

      I want this car because it has lots of room because my family and friends come up with me a lot. The gear shift is pretty easy because you don’t have to reach to the gear shift in the middle like a lot of cars. Great Job Chevy

      about 11 months ago
    • The Home Plate Special
      The Home Plate Special

      how much does this tow?

      about 11 months ago
    • The Home Plate Special
      The Home Plate Special

      Oh and I am also going to check out your minivan review/s. Believe it or not, the minivans, esp. if they have features like AWD or fold flat or move out of the way seats, are in the running to purchase for a lot of shoppers along side the large SUVs because families are looking for utility. I am not sure that some mfgs realize that these are not totally "separate classes" of vehicles so the large suvs need to have more family and even camper/rv friendly options than they seem to. And versatility.

      about 11 months ago
    • The Home Plate Special
      The Home Plate Special

      Does the second row fold flat with the third row if desired?

      about 11 months ago