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FEATURES | 8 out of 10
carefully optioned LT is the best choice
there's much more than meets the eye
The 2010 Chevy Suburban 1500 can be decked out in LS, LT, and LTZ trims, with either rear- or four-wheel drive.
Standard equipment includes an AM/FM/XM/CD player with an auxiliary and a USB port; air conditioning; power windows, locks, and mirrors; tilt steering; steering-wheel audio controls; and 17-inch wheels.
The LT version adds features like rear-seat audio controls with headphone jacks, a floor console, turn-by-turn navigation services from OnStar, fog lights, and a nine-speaker Bose stereo system, among other extras. According to ConsumerGuide, a "carefully optioned LT is the best choice" among the various 2010 Chevy Suburban models.
Options and option packages include Bluetooth connectivity; a DVD navigation system that's very easy to use and has a clear, large LCD screen; a rear-seat DVD entertainment system; real-time traffic; a third-row LCD screen; a rear air conditioner; leather upholstery; power-adjustable pedals; remote start; ventilated seats; heated second-row seats; up to 22-inch wheels; a towing package; luggage racks; and an Autoride electronic suspension. Car and Driver lists options such as "a nav system, rear-seat DVD player, rear-view camera, and a power sunroof," as well as "a more aggressive 4.10 rear axle ratio" and a block heater. Kelley Blue Book adds the Suburban offers retractable running boards for those who might otherwise have "trouble climbing aboard."
It's easy to tailor a Suburban to truly suburban family-hauling duties or for weekend horse trailering-but it can get quite expensive, as the $40,000 Suburban could easily pass $55,000 with the most luxurious options.
The 2010 Chevrolet Suburban offers a good list of standard equipment-and some surprisingly luxurious options.