Chevrolet Suburban 8th generation [restyling] SUV 7.4 R20 3AT (1987–1988)

Chevrolet Suburban 8th generation [restyling] SUV 7.4 R20 3AT (1987–1988)
Car model: Chevrolet (Chevrolet) Title: Chevrolet Model: Suburban Generation: 8 generation [restyling] SUV Modification: 7.4 R20 3AT Year of issue: 1987–1988

Main characteristics

Body:

Number of seats9
Wheelbase (mm)3289
Height (mm)1847
Width (mm)2022
Ground clearance (mm)216
Permissible gross weight (kg)3901
Curb Weight (kg)2141
Length (mm)5565

Engine:

Cylinder Bore (mm)108
Number of valves per cylinder2
Number of cylindersEight
Piston stroke (mm)101.6
Maximum torque (N • m)522
Maximum torque revolutions, max. (rpm)1600
Maximum power speed, max. (rpm)4,000
Intake typeMonovprice
Engine configurationV-shaped
Engine power (hp)230
Engine capacity (cm3)7440
Engine’s typePetrol

Transmission:

Number of steps3
Drive unitRear
TransmissionMachine

Suspension and brakes:

Rear brakesDrum
Front brakesDisk drives
Rear suspensionSpring
Front suspensionIndependent, spring

Performance indicators:

Fuel tank capacity (l)95
Recommended fuelPetrol

Steering:

Power steeringPower steering

Tires, wheels:

DiscsFrontRear
Rim width6.56.5
Rim diameterSixteenSixteen
Number of mounting holes66
TiresFrontRear
Tire diameterSixteenSixteen
Tire height8585
Tire width235235

Chevrolet Suburban 8th generation [restyling] SUV 7.4 R20 3AT (1987–1988)
Chevrolet Suburban 8th generation [restyling] SUV 7.4 R20 3AT (1987–1988)
Chevrolet Suburban 8th generation [restyling] SUV 7.4 R20 3AT (1987–1988)
Chevrolet Suburban 8th generation [restyling] SUV 7.4 R20 3AT (1987–1988)
Chevrolet Suburban 8th generation [restyling] SUV 7.4 R20 3AT (1987–1988)
Chevrolet Suburban 8th generation [restyling] SUV 7.4 R20 3AT (1987–1988)
Chevrolet Suburban 8th generation [restyling] SUV 7.4 R20 3AT (1987–1988)
Chevrolet Suburban 8th generation [restyling] SUV 7.4 R20 3AT (1987–1988)
Chevrolet Suburban 8th generation [restyling] SUV 7.4 R20 3AT (1987–1988)


Chevrolet Suburban 8th generation [restyling] SUV 7.4 R20 3AT (1987–1988).