If you want the biggest SUV out there, you want the Suburban. If you want that giant SUV with some sport flare, you want the 2019 Suburban RST. The Suburban RST slots into the line with the Tahoe RST that was unveiled last year.
Chevy gives the Suburban RST a 6.2L 420hp and 460 lb-ft of torque. That V8 is paired up with a 10-speed Hydra-Matic transmission and specially tuned Magnetic Ride Control suspension. The V8 has tech for performance and efficiency, though no economy figures are offered.
Chevy says the 10-speed auto has closer ratios for acceleration. Suburban RST also gets a special Borla side exit exhaust system for better exhaust flow and sound. A performance brake package is available with Brembo brakes all around. RST rolls on special 22-inch wheels and has chrome eliminated, body-color grille surround and glossy black touches for style; pricing is unannounced.