2007 Chevrolet Suburban Reviews
The 2007 Chevrolet Suburban full-size SUV (which is a carryover) has four doors and seats nine passengers comfortably. The Chevrolet Suburban consists of three trim levels: the base LS, the luxury LT, and the for the sports car enthusiasts, the LTZ. There are a total of 18 trims that are available in the styles. The LS has a 5.3L, V8, 320-hp engine and the LT3 has a 6.0L, V8, 352-hp engine. The Chevrolet Suburban trims come with a standard 4-speed automatic transmission.
All of the Chevrolet Suburban family of trims come with the following features: driver and passenger airbags, 4-wheel ABS, stability control, alloy wheels (optional chrome), CD player, hands-free telephone, keyless entry with remote controls, vehicle and radio anti-theft, power windows, anti-lockout, interval wipers, rear wipers, power adjustable and heated exterior mirror, tinted and privacy glass, bumper step-up, body side running boards, automatic climate control, rear HVAC controls, cruise control, trip computer, outside temperature gauge, compass, steering wheel mounted controls, tilt steering, 6-way driver power seat, automatic headlights, daytime running lights, delayed courtesy lights and exterior rails. The Suburban LT1 trims add fog lights and second row sound accessories. Many of these features are available on the other trim levels as options. There is a couple of premium option such as a navigation system and a rearview camera.
The 2007 Chevrolet Suburban is perfect for a family vehicle with its spacious room and conveniences, not to mention the luxury features and accessories. The Chevrolet Suburban MSRP price starts at $36.850.