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2017 Chevrolet Suburban LT vs LS

Valley Chevy - 2017 Chevrolet Suburban LS vs LT The 2017 Chevrolet Suburban is well-known for its size and cargo space, unmatched by any SUV in the market. The LS and LT trim packages allow you to enhance the way your Suburban rides for both yourself and your passengers. And if you're wondering what the differences between the two Suburban trims are, good news! As we've detailed them below.

2017 Chevy Suburban LS vs LT

Here's a side-by-side comparison of the Suburban LS and LT features.
Valley Chevy - 2017 Chevrolet Suburban LS

2017 Suburban LS

MSRP
$56,450
Engine
5.8L EcoTec3 V8
Drivetrain
Rear Wheel Drive
Horsepower
355 @ 5600 RPM
Torque
383 @ 4100 RPM
MPG City / Hgwy
15 / 22
Wheels
18-inch Alloy
4G LTE Wi-Fi
Rear Camera
MyLink Radio
Touch-screen
Bluetooth®
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
Daytime Lamps
Heated Mirrors
Body-color Mirrors
Power Windows
Power Locks
Keyless Entry
Cruise Control
Mounted Controls
6-speaker Audio
Power Mirrors
Seats 9
Tri-zone Climate
Center Air Bag
Rear Park Assist
Remote Start
Leather Seats
Bose® Sound
Heated Seats
Power Liftgate
Lane Assistance
Collision Alert
Valley Chevy - 2017 Chevrolet Suburban LT

2017 Suburban LT

MSRP
$51,210
Engine
5.8L EcoTec3 V8
Drivetrain
Rear Wheel Drive
Horsepower
355 @ 5600 RPM
Torque
383 @ 4100 RPM
MPG City / Hgwy
15 / 22
Wheels
18-inch Alloy
4G LTE Wi-Fi
Rear Camera
MyLink Radio
Touch-screen
Bluetooth®
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
Daytime Lamps
Heated Mirrors
Body-color Mirrors
Power Windows
Power Locks
Keyless Entry
Cruise Control
Mounted Controls
6-speaker Audio
Power Mirrors
Seats 9
Tri-zone Climate
Center Air Bag
Rear Park Assist
Remote Start
Leather Seats
Bose® Sound
Heated Seats
Power Liftgate
Lane Assistance
Collision Alert

Bottom Line

Chevrolet's LT and LS Suburbans have a number of commonalities, including remote start, rear park assist, tri-zone climate control, enough room to seat nine, touch screen display, keyless entry, cruise control, and six-speaker audio systems to name a few. Both trim levels also share the same 5.8L V8 engine that produces 355 horsepower at 5600 RPM and 383 lb-ft of torque at 4100 RPM. The main differences between the 2017 Suburban LS and LT is the latter offers a Bose® audio system, heated front seats, power liftgate with different height settings, lane assist, and front collision alert. See also: Compare More Chevrolet LS & LT Models

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