2001 Suburban 2500 Towing Capacity

2001 Suburban 2500 Towing Capacity

If you own a 2001 Suburban 2500 and you are wondering what the 2001 Suburban 2500 Towing Capacity is, this article is for you. In this article, we have highlighted the payload capacity of Suburban according to Suburban 2500 user manual.

Everything at all you need to know ranging from engine choices, year and towing features. Continue reading below to find out all you need to know about 2001 Suburban.

2001 Suburban 2500 Towing Capacity

Performance
Torque rpm 4,000
Payload 2,840 lbs.
Maximum towing capacity 10,000 lbs.
Drive type four-wheel

2001 Suburban 2500 Engine Choices

The 2500s are available with a choice of 6.0-liter or 8.1-liter V8s. Base 1500 models list for $25,921 in 2WD and $28,837 in 4WD. Base-trim 2500s go for $27,780 in 2WD and $30,780 in 4WD.
Base engine size: 6.0 liters
Engine: 6.0L V-8
Maximum cargo capacity: 138.4 cu.ft
Power: 315 @ 5000 rpm

2001 Suburban 2500 Towing Features

  • Transmission: 4-speed automatic
  • Towing capacity: 8,700 to 10,300 lbs
  • Fuel tank capacity: 38.5 gal
  • Curb weight: 4,914 to 5,760 lbs
  • MPG: Up to 14 city / 18 highway
  • Engine: 5.3 L V8, 6.0 L V8, 8.1 L V8
Conclusion

Be sure to read all of the information in your 2001 Suburban 2500 owner’s manual for a more comprehensive understanding of what is recommended by the manufacturer when pulling a load.

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