Compared to my 2014, I don't like the fact that you can't remove the 3rd row seats to gain extra cargo room. My dog kennel had to be replaced with one 3 inches shorter and does not sit level. The rear bumper slopes downward so no longer serves as a handy shelf when loading or unloading. Minor inconveniences but the kind of details that would keep me from owning my 5th.
a well put together SUV. Interior is quiet and spacious with well laid out instrumentation.steering wheel controls for blue tooth as well as voice recognition. Exterior fits tight beautiful paint and trim. All around superior ride compared to other full size SUVs I have rented or test drove.
My 4th Suburban in the last 10 years. I trade about every 3 years. I have the LT Signature edition. We took a 2800 mile trip to the Smoky Mtns in Nov. '17 and averaged 20.1 mpg! That includes a lot of mountain and curve driving and I was very pleased. The freeway driving was at 75 mph. That's about a 2.5 mpg increase over the '14 that I traded in with 55,000 mi with absolutely no problems. I have the cocoa/dune interior and I think that it is very classy and attractive. The only problem I have with the new style Suburban is the sloping rear floor. Twice we have had items roll out the back when the door was opened. One was a glass grocery jar that broke on the asphalt. I'm hoping that they address this issue on the next version. The ride is wonderful and this vehicle is made to take long trips.