2016 Chevy Suburban in Edmonton, AB
After 80 years of setting automotive industry class standards and an extensive redesign last year, the 2016 Chevy Suburban in Edmonton, AB will be returning to Don Wheaton with a number of technological and safety improvements. From a functionality standpoint, the 2016 Suburban will be offering all of the same dimensions for outstanding capacity for cargo as well as passenger comfort. By and large, the changes and updates made to the new 2016 Chevy Suburban are a concerted effort to bring the equipment available to Suburban owners into the 21st century and take advantage of the latest in safety technology to help prevent accidents from happening in the first place.
Like many other members of the 2016 Chevy model class, the 2016 Chevy Suburban in Edmonton, AB will be able to have greater use of available apps for users of Android devices and iPhones. The new version of the Chevy MyLink system will help vehicle passengers and drivers alike to get the most from the technology they use every day. For iPhone users this would mean more hands-free functionality with Siri and greater use of a number of different Google functions like Maps, Spotify and podcast players.
New features and equipment for the 2016 Suburban
Several studies over the years have pointed to keeping one’s eyes on the road at all times as an important measure for staying out of trouble. To help drivers of the 2016 Chevy Suburban in Edmonton, AB do just that, a new feature for the SUV includes an available heads-up display that will be projected on the windshield displaying information like speed and navigation. Also the traditional gauges on the dashboard have been replaced by a digital display that can be customized in many cases to show different information as needed.
Depending on which of the three trims, LS, LT and LTZ, of the 2016 Chevy Suburban in Edmonton, AB a potential customer of Don Wheaton will have some very impressive tools at their disposal. The second and third rows of seats can be folded down as needed to mix and match cargo and passenger-hauling needs as necessary. Some trims will even allow for this to be a powered feature. Some of the new safety features of the 2016 Suburban include Lane Keep Assist and IntelliBeam headlights which will automatically dim high beams when it detects an oncoming vehicle.
Performance of the 2016 Suburban
Like its predecessors, each of the three trim levels of the 2016 Chevy Suburban in Edmonton, AB is powered by the same engine. Under the hood of the iconic SUV is a 5.3-liter, V-8 engine that will make 355 horsepower with 383 pound-feet of torque and has a peak towing capacity of 8,300 pounds. Fuel-efficiency scores for the 2016 Suburban remain about the same as they were last year. Aerodynamic changes and fuel-saving technology like direct fuel injection have allowed for the Chevy SUV to be the most fuel-efficient version that has ever been produced.