3. Chevrolet Suburban
The good old Suburban has been around for decades. In fact, it’s one of the oldest nameplates on the market. But the Suburban is getting old. With new competition from the Ford Expedition, the Suburban has become aged and overpriced. The big, V8-powered SUV is only suitable for those who need to haul around an entire soccer team every day of the week. Otherwise, the Suburban hasn’t had a substantial upgrade since 2006. Sure, the body styling is new and improved but that’s about it.
The Suburban doesn’t offer anything new in the way of features that you couldn’t get in a used model. The 2020 model year is going to be an uneventful one for the Suburban as GM works to roll out their new lines of crossover vehicles. The Suburban still has the same hungry V8 and the same interior. The infotainment center is on the outdated side of things, and if you’ve seen one Suburban you’ve seen them all. There are going to be a few new pairs of rims added as well as additional exterior color choices, but other than that the 2020 model year is a dud.
With all of the innovative features that the Expedition is offering the Suburban has some stiff competition. The Suburban is a vehicle that’s best avoided for the 2020 model year, it just doesn’t offer enough intrinsic value to justify the price.