2021 Chevrolet Suburban LS vs 2021 Chevrolet Suburban High Country

Chevrolet Suburban LS

  • Standard Engine5.3L I-8
  • Horsepower355hp
  • MPG (city/hwy) *16 / 20
  • Seats8
  • UpholsteryPremium cloth
  • Heated SeatsN/A
  • Cooled/Ventilated SeatsN/A

Chevrolet Suburban High Country

  • Standard Engine6.2L I-8
  • Horsepower420hp
  • MPG (city/hwy) *15 / 20
  • Seats7
  • UpholsteryLeather
  • Heated SeatsStandard
  • Cooled/Ventilated SeatsStandard

Specs at a Glance

The 2021 Chevrolet Suburban LS offers plenty of utility for American consumers, large enough to accommodate nine adults. The High Country edition is spacious enough for eight people. These full-size SUVs offer lots of premium features from the design studios of General Motors.


Whipping out 355 net horsepower, a 5.3-L engine block propels the 2021 Suburban LS. With an upgrade to the High Country edition, you can tap into an additional 65 hp from a 6.2-L engine. Both V-8 engines implement the Dynamic Fuel Management mechanics for best-in-class efficiency. These large Chevy SUVs are available with a 3.0-L diesel engine that claims the General Motors Duramax nameplate. Fitted with a turbocharger, this patented powerplant unleashes 460 pound-feet of torque when the dial on the tachometer reaches the 1,500-RPM mark. This turbo engine is flexible enough to complete combustion with B20 fuel. Rated at 900 cold-cranking amps, a heavy-duty battery is installed under the hood of both SUVs. Additionally, these powerful family vehicles claim a towing capacity that exceeds the 8,000-pound mark suggested by the SAE.


The 2021 Suburban LS is furnished with cloth seats that have the Jet Black finish. You can add perforated leather seats with the Jet Black/Mocha design to the High Country. Both Chevy SUVs come in elegant exterior colors, including Empire Beige, Midnight Blue, and Iridescent Pearl.


When equipped with front bucket seats, the 2021 Suburban LS is available with up to seven airbags. This entry-level trim is loaded with premium safety technologies that may prevent accidents, such as the Front Pedestrian Braking and Forward Collision Alert. With assistance from the Following Distance Indicator and Automatic Emergency Braking, you will be less likely to crash into another automobile that's in front of you.

The High Country edition boasts the Enhanced Automatic Emergency Braking, which may prevent accidents at low and moderate speeds. Integrated into the infotainment display, the HD Surround Vision is standard inside this upscale Chevy SUV. This exclusive optical system incorporates the HD Rear Vision Camera set up by default on the base model. Both 2021 Suburban editions have the Lane Keep Assist and Side Blind Zone Alert for mitigation against lateral crashes. The Trailer SBZA is optional only on the high-end trim. You'll even get the default Rear Park Assist on the Suburban LS.

Which 2021 Suburban trim is right for you? Contact our Chevrolet dealership for additional details on this full-size SUV.

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