The Chevrolet Suburban is a staple of the Bowtie's lineup of SUVs. The nameplate actually stretches all the way back to the 1930s, and for 2025, the most modern iteration of one of Chevy's biggest cars is getting a hefty face-lift. The most obvious changes are to the exterior, with the 2025 Chevrolet Suburban gaining reprofiled front and rear fascias with revised headlights (following the design motif that's appeared on other Chevy SUVs) and a slight reworking of the taillights. The last major addition to the exterior are new wheel designs, the largest of which go up to 24(!) inches. We came away impressed with the changes after having seen them in person, and we think they make for an even more handsome interpretation of the current Suburban's design.
There are also improvements not visible to the naked eye. Chevy says the changes made to the multilink rear suspension, in combination with new steering calibration, should yield a better ride without making its SUV too soft and wallowy through turns. An air suspension returns as an option, and there is a new calibration for the adaptive dampers. Chevy says these Magnetic Ride Control dampers constantly monitor the road's surface (refreshing 1,000 times a second) and either stiffen or slacken the car's ride almost instantly to help reduce pitch/roll and eliminate vibrations that resonate in a large SUV like this.