2019 Chevy Suburban towing capability
Do you want to know how much the Suburban can tow? The Suburban is a real body-on-frame SUV and one of the last ones remaining. As such, you can expect it to handle some serious trailer weight. The 2019 Chevy Suburban towing capability is impressive, and we will give you a rundown of all the towing configurations.
What is the max towing capacity of the Suburban?
There are two engine options for the 2019 Suburban, and surprisingly, the smaller 5.3-liter engine can tow a little more.
When fitted with two-wheel drive, the Max Trailering Package and the 5.3-liter engine, the Suburban can tow up to 8,300 pounds.
Towing capacity of each Suburban configuration
The 2019 Suburban is quite impressive, and with that max towing capacity of over 8,000 pounds, it can out-tow many trucks. Surprisingly, all the configurations offer impressive performance, and we break them all down below. The 5.3-liter engine is the standard engine for all trim levels and the 6.2-liter engine is available on the top Premier trim.
2WD Towing: 6,300 Pounds
4×4 Towing: 6,000 Pounds
(Max Trailering Package)
2WD Towing: 8,300 Pounds
4×4 Towing: 8,000 Pounds
2WD Towing: 8,100 Pounds
4×4 Towing: 7,900 Pounds
What’s included in the Max Trailering Package?
The Max Trailering Package is available on every Suburban trim but what it adds is slightly different depending on the trim you are starting with. For all the trims though, the Max Trailering Package adds a 3.42 rear axle ratio along with an integrated trailer brake controller.
The LS and LT trims also get a rear air leveling suspension. This feature is not added to the Premier trim because it comes with a magnetic ride suspension. Four-wheel-drive models also get a 2-speed active transfer case with the Max Trailering Package.
Read More: Features of the Suburban Premier
For two-wheel-drive models, the Max Trailering Package adds $580 to the MSRP for the LS and LT trims and $300 to the top Premier trim. If you want the Max Trailering Package on a four-wheel-drive model, then the MSRP addition is $200 more.