Despite the fact that it wears the most conspicuous nameplate of all of General Motors’ full-measure SUVs, the Chevrolet Suburban was getting a handle on somewhat left, being the just a single of the organization’s enormous trucks not at present offered with the all out 6.2-liter V-8 motor. Chevy is presently correcting that wrong by adding a RST Performance bundle to the Suburban lineup for 2019. It reflects the bundle accessible for the littler Tahoe in supplanting the standard 5.3-liter little square V-8 with the 6.2-liter unit, while additionally including some skeleton changes.
The RST’s 6.2-liter V-8 makes 420 pull and 460 lb-ft of torque here, and it mates with a 10-speed programmed transmission. It’ll be accessible with back or all-wheel drive, similarly as it is on the Tahoe, and an accessible Borla deplete makes for a touch of additional thunder. The bundle additionally includes magnetorheological dampers and 22-inch wheels with 285-arrangement Bridgestone tires, while there’s a choice to update the front brakes to bigger rotors held by six-cylinder calipers.
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As on the Tahoe RST, the Performance overhauls will be offered just for Suburban models effectively furnished with the appearance-just RST bundle that was presented a year ago, which includes the 22-inch wheels, dark tie seals, dark mirror tops, and an alternate sparkle dark grille without the mechanical redesigns. Chevrolet hasn’t discharged valuing for the Suburban RST 6.2L yet, however we assume it’ll take after the Tahoe’s lead; to get the greater engine on the 2018 model, you should venture up to the best Premier trim, include the $2630 RST bundle, and afterward the $2720-2820 RST Performance bundle (the bundle is more costly on 4WD models). The Suburban RST 6.2L goes on special this late spring.