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All About the Suburban LTZ

All About the Suburban LTZ

The Chevy Suburban LTZ is a model from the popular Suburban line, a large sport utility vehicle that has been in production since 1935 (the longest).  Of the Suburban models, the LTZ represents the highest in terms of features and thus, the price.

The LTZ is the highest of three models within the Suburban line from Chevy.  The LS is the lowest, with the LT following it in the middle.  Finally, of course, the LTZ is the highest line within the Suburban line.

There is a distinguishing mark that is found with the Suburban LTZ: it is available in both 2-wheel and 4-wheel drive.  The former option starts at $53,580 for the 2011 model line, with the 4-wheel drive model beginning at $56,580.  Of course you will want to check if you are looking at Suburban LTZ models from previous years.

There are a number of highlights that are associated with the LTZ.  Unique to the interior of the LTZ is seven-passenger seating, which is actually the lowest of the three models (LS with nine, LT with eight).  To no surprise, the comfort of these seats is unmatched in the LTZ line, where the leather-appointed first and second-row seats are found.  The driver and passenger seats are front buckets with 12-way power adjustors; second-row seats are heated with power release.

The comfort and electronic features of the LTZ are to be noted as well.  The Suburban LTZ model features tri-zone automatic climate controls, which are a nice touch.  You’ll also enjoy the Bose Centerpoint 10-speaker Surround Sound system.  Touch-screen navigation radio, rearview camera display, Bluetooth technology for phones, and XM NavTraffic round out some of the highlights in regards to technology.

Unique to the LTZ are the 20” polished-aluminum wheels and power-remote liftgate.  Along with the previously-mentioned interior and electronics options, these features round out the highlights of the model – in terms of trim.

Of course the specifics of the vehicle are important.  As with all Suburban models, the LTZ comes standard with the Vortec 5.3L V8 engine with E85 fuel capability, which generates 320 horsepower while saving on gas.  Autoride suspension is both standard and unique to the LTZ.  Six air bags, StabiliTrak with Traction Control, and automatic locking rear differential are all standard as well.  The LTZ also has four-wheel antilock brakes as an important safety feature.

It is important to note how well-received the LTZ model has become.  Consumer reviews, such as those on Kelley Blue Book throughout the years of the LTZ model (2007-2011) have been very favorable.  Whether you are considering the new or an older model, the Suburban LTZ appears to be a strong choice.

Contact your local Chevy dealership for more information, or feel free to go to their website to learn more about the Chevy Suburban LTZ.  For either option, you can receive a brochure about the Suburban line or anything else that may grab your interest.  As the aforementioned features are just some of the features – and not a complete list – you should seek to learn more to decide if this is right for you.

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