Overview & Reviews
The 2015 Chevrolet Suburban is fully redesigned. Highlights include a quieter, higher-quality interior, a fold-flat third-row seat and improved fuel economy.
- Quiet highway ride
- Strong V8 power
- High-quality interior.
- Big cargo capacity
- Seats up to nine people
- Nine-passenger configuration only available on base model.
- Lazy gas pedal responsiveness
- Extra-large size requires careful maneuvering in tight quarters
- High cargo floor and load height
User Reviews:Showing 1 through 4 of 4.00
severe buffeting/booming, truck bought back - 2015 Chevrolet Suburban
By Suburban Owner - December 28 - 7:19 pm
Drive it a lot before you buy. These trucks have an issue where the roof comes detached from the roof bows. This causes cabin booming like being inside a big drum. The roof will start to flex causing pressure changes that hurt your ears. It sounds like driving with a window down when they are all up. Our dealer reattached the roof bows but they came detached in a few months and the issues returned. We are having our vehicle bought back by GM. Beyond this issue the truck is great. Fuel economy is incredible for a vehicle of this size. The interior is best in class. Unfortunately, this booming/buffeting issue is to hard to live with.
Absolutely LOVE my 2015 Suburban LTZ (but....) - 2015 Chevrolet Suburban
By eokerholm - June 18 - 9:27 am
I really love this car and very happy with the purchase. This is much bigger than my 2006 Honda Pilot that I was happy to get ride of (that thing was a lemon coming from a guy who's owned 2 Hondas in the last 22 years). This drives well, not as lively as the 6.2L Denali, but my wallet and gas mileage appreciates that. Love all the radar and safety features, hands free, etc. Radar comes in hand when parking this lovely beast. Mileage is incredible. Over 2500 miles so far and I'm averaging in the 18+ mpg range. Mixed driving City/Hwy. On the Hwy, I got 26 mpg to San Antonio from Austin. I was ecstatic!
Big problem - 2015 Chevrolet Suburban
By jjdca4 - June 7 - 9:33 pm
The big new feature that so many we're looking forward to, the overdue power third row fold down seats do not work. They hit the second row and will not go down!! See suggested improvements
2,500 Mile In My 2015 Suburban - A Memo To The Brand Team - 2015 Chevrolet Suburban
By adplusone - May 5 - 9:55 pm
Just rolled over 2,500 in my 2015 Suburban LTZ 4x4 (MSRP just over $ 71k). I have driven a Suburban since 1995 and I think this my 16th or 17th. LIKES 1) The comfort of the ride and (lack of) wind noise at speed is unbelievably quiet and in spite of the mass of the vehicle it is taunt. Have owned higher dollar Mercedes and BMW sedans and this Burb is better than both of them. 2) Gas mileage is def up from my last one (2013 LTX 4x4). Trip computer actually showed one segment at 20.4 MPG (highway at 75 cruise). Around town is right at 14 MPG...which is an improvement.