Alright, everybody. The 2021 Chevrolet Suburban configurator is live, and you know what needs to be done. Get in there, and spec yours exactly how you want it. Although, there are some packages missing from the start. Notably missing from the configurator is the Suburban RST, as well as the base LS trim level. We’re sure this will eventually change.
For now, starting at the bottom of the range, the configurator confirms that the 2WD Suburban LT carries a base price of $57,795, including destination. Opt for the 4×4 model and that price jumps $3,000, as it does across the lineup. Should the fully loaded High Country Model be more your speed, you can expect to put down $75,300 in order to take it home.
For prospective buyers interested in a 3.0L Duramax-powered Suburban, you’re going to have to wait to spec your dream SUV. The engine option is clearly absent from the configurator at this time, as it won’t become available until after the Start of Regular Production at GM’s Arlington, Texas facility. The 5.3L V8 engine is standard across the lineup, except for in the High Country models which receive the more capable 6.2L V8 unit. All engine options will be mated to Chevrolet’s 10-speed automatic transmission.
General Motors‘ pricing strategy for the full-size SUV hasn’t changed dramatically for this new generation, despite the massive improvements that have come to the model. Improvements such as an all-new independent rear suspension helps the truck pick up an additional 10-inches of third row legroom, while the interior is made to impress with its 10-inch center screen and rear entertainment system.
While the configurator for the 2021 Chevrolet Suburban may not contain all of the Suburban models we are expecting to see this year, it does provide shoppers with a bit more of an in-depth look at the full-size SUV. Click here to view the new Suburban configurator for yourself, and let us know how you’d spec your truck.