The Chevrolet Suburban gets mild updates for the 2023 model year,
but one notable addition is the Super Cruise hands-free driving system. Chevrolet is also raising the price a bit — the Suburban now starts at $58,795 (including destination). Related: Which 3-Row SUV Offers Executive Seating?
Originally introduced on the Cadillac CT6 sedan for 2018, Chevy parent GM later expanded Super Cruise technology to include the luxury Cadillac Escalade and full-size GMC Yukon SUVs.
Now it’s the Suburban’s turn, and this series will be available in Premier and High Country trims. Changes to the large three-row SUV are minimal. The 2023 Suburban remains unchanged,
but there are three new color options: Silver Sage Metallic,
Sterling Gray and Radiant Red Tintcoat. A closed grille accessory is available on LS, LT, RST and Premier trims, which replaces the bow tie in chrome with large “Chevrolet” lettering.
The performance of the Suburban 2023 is carried forward.
A 5.3-liter V8 developing 355 horsepower continues to be the main engine; a 277-hp 3.0-liter turbodiesel inline-main is available in all trims except the road-focused Z71 and High Country,
where it comes standard; and the 6.2-liter V8 developing 420 horsepower remains the most powerful option. Rear-wheel drive is standard, and all drives add $3,000, except on the Z71,
where it’s standard. All motors are mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Price and release date
The 2023 Chevrolet Suburban is available now.
- Full pricing is below (all prices include a destination fee of $1,895):
- LS: $58,795
- LT: $64,295
- RST: $66,895
- Z71: $68,895
- First: $72,195
High Country: $77,445
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