Towing Capacity of the Chevy Suburban

April 13th, 2020 by

The Chevy Suburban is the longest-lasting nameplate in automotive history, having debuted all the way back in 1935 as the Chevrolet Carryall Suburban station wagon. 85 years later, the Chevy Suburban has grown into an SUV that’s popular the world over, especially with San Diego SUV shoppers visiting Kearny Mesa Chevrolet. One reason among many? The power it offers is great for towing and hauling.

Chevy Suburban Tow Capacity

When properly equipped with the 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 engine, 2WD, and the available Max Trailering Package, the Chevy Suburban can tow up to 8,300 pounds. That makes this SUV powerful enough for a wide range of applications, from campsite to job site. Whether you’re towing landscaping equipment, a camper trailer, your ATVs, or any number of other things that’ll fit on a trailer, the new Chevrolet Suburban has you covered.

Chevy Suburban Cargo Space

Towing capacity is helpful, but most of us don’t tow full-time. You’ll want interior space too, and this Chevy SUV gives you plenty of it. Up to 121.7 cubic feet of cargo space with the second and third rows folded flat, in fact. You can access the cargo area easily via an optional hands-free programmable power liftgate, and you’ll also find a hidden lockable storage compartment (your San Diego Chevy dealer will show you its hiding place). There’s also a center console big enough for a laptop computer, and a number of cargo management accessories available via our parts department.

More Reasons to Buy a Chevy Suburban

There are plenty more reasons to visit Kearny Mesa Chevrolet to test drive a new Chevy SUV, including multiple trim levels for easy customization, available driver-assist features, and an advanced infotainment system with Apple CarPlay®, Android Auto™, and even an available 4G LTE wi-fi hotspot. Don’t miss out. Visit us today to see all you can do in this great new SUV!

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