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2020 Chevrolet Suburban LT vs. LTZ

2020 Chevrolet Suburban LT

vs.

2020 Chevrolet Subruban LTZ
$56,500

MSRP

$65,500
5.3L EcoTec3 V8

Engine

5.3L EcoTec3 V8
8,300 pounds

Towing Capacity

8,300 pounds
Rear-wheel drive

Standard Drivetrain

Rear-wheel drive

Are you in the market for a new full-sized SUV in the Plant City area? Both the new 2020 Chevy Suburban LT and LTZ configurations would be an excellent choice. Loaded with family-friendly features and a powerful engine, the 2020 Suburban is ideal for work or play around Lakeland. Read this Chevrolet Suburban LT vs. LTZ comparison to help determine which trim has more of the features you desire, and then head into Stingray Chevrolet for a test drive.

Suburban LT vs. LTZ: Standard Features

Both the Suburban LT and LTZ provide the following standard features for Valrico drivers:

  • Seating for seven to eight passengers
  • 8,300-pound maximum towing capacity
  • A 5.3L V8 engine generating 355 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque
  • Rear-wheel drive standard, four-wheel drive optional
  • 38.9 cubic feet cargo space behind the third row, 76.7 cubic feet behind the second row, and 121.1 cubic feet behind the first row

The Difference Between LT and LTZ Suburban

The main difference between the Suburban LT and LTZ trim levels is that you get more luxurious features with the LTZ. Take a look at the differences below:

  • Suburban LT: At mid-range in the Suburban lineup, the Suburban LT provides standard features like a nine-speaker Bose® audio system, a convenient power liftgate, and several upgrade package options.
  • Suburban LTZ: With the Suburban LTZ, you gain access to refined luxury features. You’ll enjoy heated and ventilated front seats with lumbar support, leather upholstery, adaptive magnetic suspension, and a 10-speaker Bose® surround-sound system bound to make those drives around Brandon more enjoyable.

Suburban LT vs. LTZ: Off-Road Capabilities

Another important difference between the LT and LTZ Suburban trim levels is their off-road capabilities. Off-road enthusiasts would do better with the LT because it can be equipped with the Z71 Off-Road package, which includes:

  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • Fog lights
  • Underbody skid plates
  • 18-inch wheels with off-road tires
  • Hill descent control
  • Specially tuned suspension
  • Running boards

Compare the Suburban LT vs. LTZ in Person at Stingray Chevrolet

If you really want to compare the Suburban LT vs. LTZ, it’s best to do so in person at Stingray Chevrolet Let’s go on a test drive, explore the Chevy Suburban interior and figure out which Suburban trim is right for you and your family. Check out our new vehicle specials, and apply for financing online. Then, head into the dealership or give us a call. Let’s get you behind the wheel of a new Chevy Suburban today!

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