Used Chevrolet Suburban

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The Chevy Suburban is the oldest and the largest SUV that was produced by Chevrolet. It started as a two-door station wagon edition of Chevy pick-up trucks like the C/K collection. Then, in 1941 Chevrolet upgraded its body structure which they called the Carryall edition. It was the year 1947, when they focused on changing the engines which resulted to a faster and stronger Suburban. Chevrolet was able to add small V8 engines on the 1955 to 1959 models. When they introduced the GMC Carryall, one of the first generation C/K, they also produced Suburban that has 305 cu in V-6 engines.

The three-door generation of Suburban became very popular in 1967 up to 1972 because of its unique appearance. It has one door on the driver side and two doors on the passenger side.

Estimated Price Range for Used Chevrolet Suburban: $1,000-$100,000
Estimated MPG for Chevrolet Suburban: 12 City/17 Hwy
Available Trims: base, 2500, V10, 1500, R10, LS, LT
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A larger Suburban was created on 1973 allowing 9 people to ride, including the driver. At the same year, the Suburban finally had four doors.

In 1992 to 1999 they made a lot of changes in the interior of Suburban. They added air bags, and improved the fuel and power efficiency of the SUV.

Chevrolet produced two models for the GMT800 Suburban; the GMC Yukon XL and GMC Yukon XL Denali. Single tow hitch and a trailer break controller were included in both models.

The GMT900 is the latest version of Chevrolet Suburban. It was first introduced in 2007 and up to now, Chevrolet is still manufacturing more Suburban SUVs.

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