2015 Suburban

Alexandra Kunkel, Staff Writer

In 2015, Chevrolet designed their new Suburban.

It’s a great travel car, especially when driving long distances. The car drives so smoothly that anyone could sleep in the back and not be woken up by the drive. It’s an easy car to drive even for beginners.

Hauling large objects and towing are even options on the vehicle.

On the exterior, it provides key less door locks, heated mirrors, 4 one-touch power windows, power mirrors and LED lights on the front and rear of the car.  The suburban also has sensors surrounding the car, remote dusk sensing headlamps, electronic brake force distribution and post-collision safety system to make driving safer.

The interior of the Suburban displays numerous features, greatly rivaling other SUVs. LED dome lights are included through the car as well.  Prominent features include items such as cruise control, a tilt-adjustable wheel, rear view camera, hands-free calling, roadside assistance, 12V and 110V rear and 12V cargo area power outlets. To make driving more comfortable, the vehicle features a three zone climate control, sun sensor, leather steering wheel, and front and rear reading lights.

Entertainment wise, the suburban includes an Element antenna with AM/FM radio. If someone does not want to listen to the radio, the Suburban has an auxiliary audio input and USB connection to connect smartphones to the car. While listening to music, the car provides 6 total speakers so the music brings a surround-sound element. Bluetooth wireless data with hands-free access is also placed in the car.