2007 Chevrolet Suburban LT 1500 4dr SUV 4WD (5.3L 8cyl 4A)
A big upgrade! The new body style has four main areas of significant improvement: Interior quality: New interior is night and day improvement. Appearance, design, fit and finish, and quality and touch of the materials are all vastly better. Quietness: While the previous vehicle was quiet, now it is absolutely silent while cruising. But when you “step on it” hard, the V8 burble becomes audible and sounds great. Well done GM. Steering and handling: The new steering is noticeably more precise, “tight” and controllable. No wallow or float. The new Suburban drives like it’s half its size and weight. Brakes: Firmer pedal feel, more confident and effective braking.
The additional room, features, and luxury are much appreciated. Beautiful inside and out, to look at, and to drive. Super comfortable seats. Great sound system. Compared to our previous 2004, the new one seems like a Lexus inside. Nice job GM!
While the front console storage compartment is nice and big, there ought to be more interior storage in the rear. Underseat storage or bins in the back doors. For example, there is no good place to store the DVD headphones when they are not in use. A minor nitpick for an overall great vehicle.
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