2013 Chevy Suburban LTZ Review | MPGomatic

Full Review: http://www.mpgomatic.com/2012/10/16/2013-chevrolet-suburban-ltz-review/ We put a loaded 4WD half-ton Chevy Suburban LTZ to the "take your kid to college" test, packing the cargo area full, and taking to the open road for a 700+ mile roundtrip. The half-ton Chevy Suburban 1500 is equipped with a FlexFuel 5.3-liter V8 engine producing 320 horsepower and 335 foot pounds of torque. The Vortec V8 is mated to a six-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission. 2013 Chevrolet Suburban 4WD 1/2 Ton LTZ MSRP: $58,440 Options: Sun and Entertainment Package - $2,535 Heavy-Duty Trailering Package - $230 Trailer Brake Controller - $200 Total Options - $2,965 Destination Charges - $995 Total Before Savings - $62,400 Sun and Entertainment Package Savings -450 MSRP including options: $61,950 Parts Content Information US/Canadian Parts Content: 65% Major Sources of Foreign Parts Content: Mexico - 31% Final Assembly Point: Arlington, TX Country of Origin: Engine - United States Transmission - United States This review, like most of our reviews, includes our trademark MPGomatic 0-60 MPH acceleration test.

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