Chevy Suburban 1500 Engine

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The Chevrolet Suburban is one of the longest-living automobiles which are still in production. Starting in 1935, this sports utility vehicle has evolved over the years and has survived for more than 75 years and is still going strong. The Chevy Suburban 1500 is a model which made its debut in the early 1970s. This was the eight generation for the Chevy Suburban and the first for the model 1500. Between 1973 and 1991, the base model of Chevy Suburban 1500 engine was the small-block 350-cubic-inch V-8. A 400-cubic-inch V-8 was optional. The 454-cubic-inch big-block V-8 was now available for the first time, most commonly in the 2WD three-quarter ton models. The 6.2 Liter (379 cu in) 130 hp (97 kW) Detroit Diesel V8 engine was also available from 1982-onwards.

The second generation for the Suburban 1500 (ninth generation overall) spanned from 1992-1999. The GMT400-based Suburban was introduced in the 1992 model year. 2WD and 4WD models were offered along with the half ton (“1500”) model. The base motor for all variants was the small-block 5.7 Liter (350 cu in) V-8. The optional 6.5 Liter Turbo diesel was available on all models – including the 1500 series. The 1500 Suburban with the 6.5 Liter Turbo diesel used the 14 bolt axle from the 2500 series. Transmissions included the 4L60 4-speed automatic in the 1500 series. Used Suburban 1500 engines for sale of all models variants are available.

The third generation of the Chevy Suburban 1500 was actually the tenth generation for the vehicle (2000-2006). The GMT800-based Suburban was introduced in late 1999 for the 2000 model year. They were in two categories with the 1/2-ton category being of the 1500 series.  In the initial year of this generation, the long-serving 5.7 Liter and 7.4 Liter V8 engines of Chevrolet were retired along with the 6.5 Liter diesel and were replaced by the new 5.3 Liter (325 cu in) engine in the Chevy Suburban 1500. In 2002, the 5.3 Liter V8 in the 1500 series added flex-fuel capability and the 6.0 was not on offer for the 1500 series. 1500-series Suburban got a new braking system, Hydroboost in 2004.