Used 2013 Chevrolet Suburban Three-Quarter Ton SUV Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2013 Chevrolet Suburban Three-Quarter Ton SUV

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 Pros Incredibly generous towing capacity at 9,600bpounds.

 Pros Potential for nine-passenger seating with the LS trim.

 Pros Maximum cargo capacity of 136.4 cubic feet.

 Pros OnStar service included for six months, which provides stolen vehicle assistance, vehicle diagnostics, turn-by-turn navigation, remote door unlock, remote ignition block, auto crash response, crisis assist, emergency services and more.

 Pros Passenger cabin is surrounded by a steel safety cage.

 Pros Attractive headlamps.

 Pros Standard running boards.

 Pros Available power liftgate makes loading easy.

 Pros Full size spare tire is standard.

 Pros Driver Information Center provides important information and includes personalized settings and warning messages.

 Cons Extremely sad fuel economy, returning 10 mpg in the city and 15 mpg on the highway in the four-wheel drive model.

 Cons Massive turning circle of 45.3 feet plus heavy curb weight makes the Suburban ¾-ton hard to maneuver and park.

 Cons Rear seat entertainment should be standard on a vehicle of this price.

 Cons Minimal legroom in the third row.

 Cons Third row seat is heavy and awkward, but needs to be completely removed for maximum cargo capacity.

 Cons Standard tires are only 17 inches, which appear misplaced on a vehicle of this size.

 Cons The Suburban family scores poorly in rollover protection.

 Cons Long braking distances.