Chevrolet has a RST trim for its larger Suburban, but it is relegated to appearance upgrades.     

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The RST Performance Package remedies that by adding a 420-horsepower, 6.2-liter V8.

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Magnetic Ride Control is also standard.

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It features the same aesthetic upgrades as the standard Suburban RST, opting to replace chrome with gloss-black elements.

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A Borla side-exhaust exhaust is optional if you want to make some extra noise.

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A performance front brake upgrade is also available.

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