Image Map

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Chevrolet Suburban Review

Links provided may be from affiliate programs which help support this blog. Thanks for clicking!

General Motors was kind enough to allow us to use the Chevrolet Suburban and the Chevrolet Equinox for our Couponing for a Cause event. 
I, Ann, was able to use the Chevrolet Suburban for a week as we prepared for the event.  I must say, I knew I wouldn't want to give it back at the end of the week as soon as I saw it!  It drives so smoothly and so flawlessly!  It was like riding on a cloud.  My children loved watching their DVDs as I drove and being able to control the DVDs with their own back seat control. 

Another huge plus were the heated seats in the front.  I loved the roomy interior that the front seats had to offer, giving us plenty of room to stretch as we drove or sat in the passenger seat.  I loved being able to see through the rear view back up system.  It displays your surroundings as soon as you put it in reverse.  This is a huge plus if you are not used to driving bigger vehicles.  It is quite accurate and even beeps if you get a little too close to something while reversing.  The front seats were heated which was so nice and relaxing!  This car was "maxed out!"  I was nervous about driving such a big SUV, but all of the perks and how well it handled on the road put me at ease.

I think the biggest plus for me and my family was how spacious it was!  There was tons of room for everyone in the vehicle and I really liked that even behind the rows of seats there was plenty of room for storage.  That is a huge plus for a big family like mine! 

I must say how "covered" I felt in the Suburban.  OnStar is standard for the first six months in the Suburban.  I really could have used that when my daughter was two!  I gave her my keys to play with one day as I loaded up the car after a grocery shopping trip.  I closed the door, forgetting to get the keys back from her when I heard the dreaded "click" sound.  All of my doors were locked and we had to wait a half hour for my husband to come and unlock the doors.  I felt like the worst mother ever!  But, guess what?!?  I did it again with my now two year old when he was only 10 months.  You would think I would have learned my lesson the first time?!?  Nope...Now, with OnStar, this would not have been a problem.  It's the perfect "perk" for a busy mother who suffers from "Mommy Brain."
*Please support this site by using the links provided. *
Don't miss the freebies, coupons, and discounts! Subscribe Now! Check us out on Facebook to find more deals and extra giveaways!

No comments:


Blog Design By Lucky Girl Design Studio © All Rights Reserved. | Copyright © My City Mommy LLC 2009 All Rights Reserved