Now that you’ve settled on a 2021 Chevy Suburban for your family in Sicklerville, it’s time to decide which trim level has the features and performance you’re looking for. The 2021 Suburban is available in six trim levels, all of which you can find in our showroom in Turnersville. Today we’ll be comparing two of the most popular trims side-by-side: the Chevrolet Suburban LT vs. Premier.
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There are three Suburban front-wheel drive trims and three that come standard with all-wheel drive. Both the 2021 Chevrolet Suburban LT and the Premier fall into the FWD category — but while the LT occupies the mid-range position, the 2021 Chevrolet Suburban Premier is the top-tier FWD model. We’ll start with that they have in common:
How do the Chevrolet Suburban LT vs. Premier compare when it comes to in-cabin connectivity? Both trims offer convenient features like a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, an innovative panoramic conversation mirror, Bluetooth® wireless connectivity, Chevrolet MyLink© smartphone integration, and the space-saving Suburban Cargo Management System. Check out our guide to the Chevy Suburban interior to learn more.
While the two trims share many standard features, they diverge when it comes to available upgrades. Namely, there are a number of upgrades for the Premier that aren’t accessible on the LT. Compare key upgrades to see whether the Suburban LT has what you need — or if only the Suburban Premier can deliver:
Still deciding between the Chevy Suburban LT vs. Premier? Our team is standing by to answer your car-buying questions and provide the specs you need to make the right call for your family in Sewell. When you’re ready to check out our new Suburban inventory in person, apply for financing online and contact us to schedule your test drive today! We’re conveniently located just a short drive from Williamstown, in Turnersville.