Starting in 1935, the Chevrolet Suburban has been a favorite SUV for families and for people that want to have the power to tow things while being in luxury. Even though the Suburban started almost 80 years ago, it holds the same high standards for comfort and safety as it always did, and even improved on ways that it does things.
2013 Suburban Comfort
When we buy a luxury vehicle such as a SUV, we know that one of the reasons that we are buying it is for all of the features that it comes with to make our lives easier and more comfortable. So how does the 2013 Suburban make our life comfortable? There really isnít one thing that makes any car comfortable, but a multitude of them, so lets take a look into those features.
The first of the comforts is the passenger seating. The suburban comes with three rows of passenger seating, and the third row can be folded down to make way for more cargo space. All of the seats in the suburban come standard leather to maximum comfort. When it comes to the back seat entertainment, it comes with two overhead screens that feature separate DVD players and wireless headphones.
For those of who are driving or have your attention otherwise occupied, there is a 9 speaker Bose sound system that will help you stray off boredom on those longer trips. The heart of this system is a large touch-screen that can be hooked up your smart phone wirelessly through a Bluetooth connection.
2013 Suburban Safety
The second main thing that we think about when we are about to buy a luxury vehicle is how safe both our family and ourselves will be. Some of the main features that we will be able to have is a rearview camera that will help us to see even the smallest things that we might run over. There is also passive systems that will alert us when something might happen, such as a blind spot monitor that will tell us when there is someone in the lane beside us, and can even keep our vehicle from changing lanes if need be.
When you are a busy person, sometimes you forget where you parked your car. How the 2013 Suburban key FOB has taken care of this problem for you. The panic button has a secondary use. The secondary use makes a small beeping noise instead of the full-fledged system going off.
The last but not least of the protection and safety systems is the OnStar security system that comes standard with the entire 2013 models. The OnStar system will alert the main headquarters when you have gotten into an accident, and can even send an ambulance of necessary. If your car breaks down, you will even have a button you can press to call a tow truck or some other vehicle to come and help you out.
If you are busy family on the go, but also need to power of a full truck, the suburban is the way to go.