Chevrolet Suburban sales decreased over 13 percent to 15,200 units in the fourth quarter of 2018. The decrease is not positive news considering current market trends that strongly favor SUVs and crossovers over sedans. So now, in what could be a way to boost sales volume in the full-size SUV segment, a new Chevrolet discount reduces the price of select Suburban models by 11 percent, which in some cases can be over $8,000.
Nationwide Chevrolet discounts on the Suburban for March 2019 are as follows:
- 2019 Suburban: 11 percent below MSRP on most models for Current Competitive Owners who finance with GM Financial
- 2019 Suburban (excluding Suburban 3500HD): $1,250 customer cash + $4,500 package cash allowance on select models when financing with GM Financial = $7,250 total cash allowance
Shoppers should note that the 11 percent discount is only offered to Current Competitive Owners. For those who qualify, Chevy offers the following example of the discount as it applies to a Suburban Premier with an MSRP of $77,505:
- $4,366 price reduction + $4,159 purchase cash = total discount of $8,525
For reference, here are the applicable 2019 Suburban trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs:
- LS – $52,095
- LT – $57,095
- Premier – $66,795
- Must take delivery by April 1, 2019.
- See dealer for details.
- Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
- Some customers may not qualify for this offer.
- Offer not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.
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About ChevroletÂ Suburban
The ChevroletÂ Suburban is an extended-length, full-sizeÂ Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV). It is currently Chevrolet's biggestÂ SUV, slottingÂ above theÂ Chevrolet Tahoe, which is the same vehicle as the Suburban, but with a shorter wheelbase. The current model was introduced for the 2015 model year and represents the 12th generation of theÂ Suburban nameplate. The model rides on theÂ GMT-K2 platformÂ shared with theÂ Chevrolet Silverado,Â Chevrolet Tahoe,Â GMC Sierra,Â GMC YukonÂ and Yukon XL as well as theÂ Cadillac EscaladeÂ and Escalade ESV.
The 2018Â ChevyÂ Suburban represents the fourthÂ model year of the 12th-generation Suburban. The vehicleÂ remains highly competitive in its segment and the 2018 model year brings various improvements, most notably theÂ Suburban RSTÂ appearance package.
The 2019 ChevyÂ Suburban represents the fifth model year of the 12th-generation Suburban, and offers up a new exterior color, a newÂ Premier badge on the tailgate, and new color availability for theÂ Suburban RST as well as the rear-closeout feature.Â In addition, two new models are introduced, both offering the 6.2L V8 L86 engine and 10-speed transmission. The first is theÂ SuburbanÂ RST Performance PackageÂ that focuses on performanceÂ while the second is the Premier Plus model thatÂ focusesÂ onÂ luxury.Â The addition of the 6.2L V8 engineÂ addresses a long-standing request of potential customers and enthusiasts on the K2-generation Suburban, which spent the first four years of its lifespan being offered exclusively with the less potent 5.3L V8 L83 engine.
An all-new, 13th-generationÂ Suburban is expected for the 2020 model year. The vehicleÂ will beÂ based on the new GMÂ T1 platformÂ andÂ is expected to deliverÂ an all-new exterior, interior, and powertrains, along withÂ exceptionalÂ attention toÂ detailÂ and new aerodynamic features such asÂ front air curtains.
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