The family you love deserves a vehicle you love. That's why the 2015 Chevrolet Suburban should be your first choice in full-size, reliable and safe SUV's. No one is more "in-the-know" on this celebrated SUV than the salespeople at Wallace Chevrolet in Stuart, FL. If you're a driver in Port St. Lucie, Palm City, White City or Jupiter, hurry down to our dealership to see the all-new 2015 Suburban and we'll be sure and prove it to you!
Let's see how the 2015 Chevrolet Suburban stacks up against the Ford Expedition.
STYLE AND DESIGN
The 2015 Suburban has been redesigned once again to give this elegant workhouse even more flair with contoured lines and a more rounded front. From its iconic styling and available 22-inch painted wheels, you'll be rolling down South Florida's highways in feeling like royalty. Inside the quiet cabin, you'll feel like you're in a 5-star hotel with a more refined, symmetrical interior, available leather seats and an 8-inch Chevrolet MyLink touchscreen and OnStar Wi-Fi connectivity. In Expedition, OnStar and Wi-Fi are not available.
ENGINE AND PERFORMANCE
A vehicle with as much panache as the 2015 Suburban needs to match that pedigree with an engine that makes it run smoothly. Powered by a 5.3-liter EcoTec3 V8 engine with a huge 355hp and 383 pound-feet of torque, the Suburban accelerates with ease despite its large size. 4-wheel drive is standard on all trims, which could be helpful during South Florida's heavy downpours. A 6-speed, electronically controlled automatic transmission is also standard. The 2015 Suburban gets an estimated 16 city/23 highway mpg. The Ford Expedition offers a 3.5L V6 engine with 356hp and 420 pound-feet of torque, and a 6 speed auto transmission. Estimated fuel economy is 16 city/22 highway, slightly less than the Suburban.
CHEVY SUBURBAN INTERIOR SPACE VS FOR EXPEDITION INTERIOR SPACE
There's no denying that the 2015 Chevy Suburban and Ford Expedition are huge vehicles. They're meant be, and they have nothing to apologize for. But if you're in the market for one of these graceful behemoths, the Suburban provides much more cargo space, hands down. With all 3 seats up and filled with passengers, the 2015 Suburban still leaves 38.9 cubed feet of volume for gear behind the 3rd row, while the Expedition pales in comparison with a mere 18.6 cubic feet of volume. With the 3rd row down, you'll increase the cargo volume to 76.7 in the Suburban while the Expedition can only offer 55. With all the seats in the rear folded down, you get a whopping 121.1 cubic feet of volume in the Suburban while you'll only achieve 108.3 cubic feet in the Expedition. If you want a roomier ride with the ability to haul much more gear, the 2015 Suburban is your choice.