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Average User Score
4.6 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 13 reviews
2005 Chevrolet Suburban Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 13 reviews
Aside from new side assist steps, enhanced stereo system, and optional touchscreen navigation system, the Chevy Suburban didn't change much for 2005. This extended SUV has 13 trims and has 5.3 L and 6.0 L V8 powertrains. All trims have 4 doors and seat 9.
Maximum towing capacity ranges anywhere from 8-12000 lbs. depending on the trim. Cargo capacity comes out to a roomy 132 cubic feet. Finally, the Chevy Suburban gives you your choice of 4WD or RWD drivetrain configurations.
Overall, the Suburban gets props for its roomy interior and capable powertrain choices. On the other hand, the lengthy body makes it tough to navigate tight areas and the build materials could use some improvement. If you've got a small sports team or sizable group to transport to and fro, the 2005 Chevy Suburban does the job just as well as any other domestic SUV.
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Chevrolet Suburban Questions
Will A 3rd Row Seat From A 2003 Suburban Fit In A 2005 Suburban
Can The 5.3l (vin T,z) Iron Block Be Replaced A 5.3l (vin M,3) Aluminum Blo...
I have a 2005 suburban with a tired stock 5.3L Vortec engine, flex, iron block, vin # Z. Can it be replaced with the aluminum block 5.3L Vortec engine, vin M or 3? Can the displacement on demand syste...
What Other Truck Or Year Can I Can I Put My Engine And Other Parts & Interi...
Trouble With Starting
Engine would not start (knocking sound - different than sound when battery low) Knocking sound came from starter Measured battery with own meter and was OK Took battery to auto parts store who also sa...
2005 Suburban 4wd
my 2005 suburban will not shift into 4WD LOW...you can hear the shifting in process but it kicks right back into 2WD