Does 2008 Suburban have active fuel management?

Does 2008 Suburban have active fuel management?

The standard engine is GM’s Vortec 5.3-liter overhead-valve V8, with Active Fuel Management (which cuts four cylinders when coasting) and flex-fuel capability (4WD only), meaning it can run on E85 ethanol.

Does my 2008 Chevy Silverado have Active Fuel Management?

You do have AFM. From the 2008 Silverado Owners Manual. Any manual will never tell you what you cannot do. It explains what you can view but the AFM is not displayed unless you have the DCI button rack.

What’s the price of a 2008 Chevy Suburban?

Depending upon the model, a variety of V8 engines are available, from a 5.3-liter Flex-Fuel V8 on 1500 models to a 352-horsepower, 6.0-liter V8 on the 2500 versions. In base LS trim with two-wheel drive, the 2008 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 has a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting just over $38,000.

What kind of engine does a Chevy Suburban have?

Chevrolet is one of several automakers offering V8 engines that can automatically switch to four-cylinder operation as a fuel-saving measure, and it’s a welcome feature. Considering the propensity of big SUVs to guzzle gasoline, every little bit of technology that reduces consumption is a bonus.

Is the Chevy Suburban a full size SUV?

Fresh from a complete makeover in 2007, the 2008 Chevrolet Suburban soldiers on with an improved family of V8 engines and GM’s strongest full-size SUV architecture to date. The Suburban hauls more passengers and cargo than anything in its segment, a fact not overlooked by those who need such convenience or capability.

How big is the towing capacity of a Chevy Suburban?

If you’re a fan of big passenger-carrying wagons, and can cope with the operating costs, SUVs don’t get much bigger than a Suburban. Boat and trailer owners in particular gravitate toward Suburbans, which offer up to 8,100-pounds towing capacity (or 9,700 pounds for the two-wheel-drive 2500 series).

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Ruth Doyle