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Chevrolet : Suburban 4WD 4dr 1500 LT w/2LT

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About Suburban

Automotive 'suburban' nameplates have been around since 1936. Several major automotive manufacturers, including Plymouth, Dodge, Chevrolet, GM and Studebaker, have used the nameplate 'suburban' to describe and market their vehicles. The very first Suburban, the Carryall Suburban, was manufactured by GMC in 1935.In 1988, General Motors reserved the trademark name exclusively, and it used 'suburban' to describe all of its large SUV lines, including its GMC and Chevrolet trucks. Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, GM marketed the Chevrolet Suburban to great commercial success. The Chevy Suburban featured enormous amount of room, including three seat rows and trunk space on top of that. The Suburban got relatively poor fuel economy, but its truck frame and six cylinder engine allowed it to travel to practically anywhere. Unlike other SUVs, the Suburban didn't lead to major rollover problems.Both police and limousine drivers converted Chevy Suburbans into trade vehicles. All told, a standard modern Chevy Suburban can fit nine people. It's far more spacious than even its in-class competitor SUVs, the Cadillac Escalade and the Chevrolet Avalanche. Although the Suburban is a cash cow for Chevrolet, the brand has had to expend lots of energy and money to fend off negative publicity from environmental groups and fuel conservation organizations.Rising domestic fuel costs may mortally wound the Chevrolet Suburban, or they may herald a brand downsizing of sorts. Given the brand's massive success and wide name recognition, Chevrolet will likely keep the Suburban around as long as possible. Soon to be released models boast better fuel efficiency and more stringent emissions standards.