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I was sent a vehicle from Chevrolet for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
The 2021 Chevy Suburban High Country is a SUV like no other. It was the perfect vehicle to experience a family getaway to Connecticut to bring my girls to camp this summer.
Camp is about 2 hours away from NYC and we like to leave lots of time to enjoy the beautiful outdoors in Connecticut. In addition to having a full car, all of my daughters have their own trunk in addition to bags.
When you have three children and their belongings, you need space, space, space. This is exactly what the Suburban offers. It is Best in Class for cargo volume of up to 144.7 cu. ft.
There is plenty of room for everyone and all of their things. Another feature that my girls loved was the second-row leg room. They are taller than I am and enjoyed the space on our drive.
When traveling with my precious cargo, I want to know that my girls and I will all be safe. The 2021 Chevy Suburban High Country has a suite of active safety features, including class-leading nine camera views (such as HD Surround Vision Camera), Automatic Emergency Braking, Forward Collision Alert, Rear Park Assist, etc.
The camera views was like nothing I had experienced before. When you are driving an extremely large car, you want to know that you can see all around you and with the Suburban, you can.
The 2021 is the most versatile fuel efficient SUV with a turbo diesel engine. Gas is expensive and the Suburban does really well with mileage on the highway. The DURAMAX® 3.0L Turbo-Diesel engine has an EPA-estimated 27 mph on the highway, and is the most fuel efficient full-size SUV in its class. The fuel economy is great for long road trips.
The Suburban also has amazing technology for the whole family to enjoy. Everyone is given the ultimate comfort while enjoying the ride. There is a rear seat media system so that all can enjoy movies and video games during the ride.
The new Rear-Seat Media System has dual 12.6-inch diagonal LCD HD touch-screens – each capable of displaying its own content (movies, video games, etc.). The system also keeps everyone connected (including built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi and Apple Carplay/Android Auto), allowing them to share content from one screen to another, or share navigation points with the front-seat passengers by sending them to the class-leading 10.2-inch diagonal Chevrolet Infotainment 3 Plus System. With teens, having Wi-Fi in an area where they know there is usually no service was a plus.
Keeping your valuables safe is always important. The new Power Sliding Center Console can automatically slide back up to 10 inches, giving you a convenient place to store items between the seats while also helping to providing a secure, hidden storage drawer for your valuables.
Whether on the highway or on rugged terrain as we enter camp, the Chevy Suburban offers a smooth and enjoyable ride.
Here is my happy camper ready to say goodbye. I am so glad we had a memorable journey and cannot wait to hear all about her experience when I pick all of them up in a few weeks.
After enjoying the 2021, Chevy Suburban High Country and our trip to camp drop off in CT, I was sad to see this SUV go. Now that I have 3 mini adults in the house who are all taller than I am, I look for a vehicle with lots of space especially when taking longer trips.
Have you ever driven a Chevy Suburban?