Comparing the 2020 Chevrolet Suburban and the 2019 Chevrolet Suburban
Chevrolet’s new car, the Suburban looks enticing and powerful. The car will put an end to Chevrolet’s 11th generation Suburban’s run that has been in America for the longest time. Here are some new and improved features of the Suburban 2020 and how they are different from Suburban 2019.
1. Exteriors: The Suburban 2020 sports the same look as the 2019 model. The changes are limited to a few customizations. The 2020 model offers two-wheel finishes that were missing in Suburban 2019. You can choose between a 22-inch black wheel with silver accents or a 22-inch wheel with a bright silver finish. Both wheels are made from aluminum.
2. Packages: The Suburban 2020 Chevy has kept the interiors similar to its 2019 model. However, the new car does offer two new optional packages. The ‘All Season package’ (ASP) and the ‘LT Signature package’ have been changed.
The first package now offers polished aluminum wheels measuring 20” – 9”. The car uses all season P275-55R20 tires. The car also offers rack cross nails for the car’s top, floor and cargo mats suitable for all kinds of weather, and bodyside moldings
The LT package now offers all-season black wall P275- 55R20 tires and chrome wheels measuring 20” – 9”. The package offers the same features as the ASP, along with a few additions of an exhaust tip and more.
3. Other additions: The new 2020 model offers 12-way power-adjustable front bucket seats that can be heated and ventilated. The heat option is also available for the second row. The car has up to 12 separate charging points for electronics. Both, the all-season and the LT Signature package have the Chevy infotainment system. The LT package also offers a lane-keep assist feature and other options like lane departure warning and rear parking assist.
To sum it up
The Suburban 2020 offers marginal but useful additions to the Suburban 2019. If you wish to purchase the Suburban 2020 or take it out for a test drive, you can reach out to our Nucar Buick GMC dealership today. We also serve the cities of Bear, Middletown, and Newark.