Today's Suburban isn't quite as old as the nameplate itself, which celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2010, but it is showing its age. General Motors launched the GMT900 range of trucks almost seven years ago, and thanks to a number of factors -- including a frosty full-size truck market and that bankruptcy you might have heard about– the typical mid-cycle update granted to its predecessors never happened. Save for some minor tweaks, including the addition of a USB audio input within the cellar-like center console and an electronic trailer brake controller placed just left of the steering column, what you see is essentially GM's state of the art circa 2006. Which is to say it was ho-hum then, and is completely outdated now. The Suburban's cabin -- even in fully-loaded LTZ guise -- looks old and schmaltzy, and lacks the fit and finish that you'd expect from a truck pushing $60k.
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