The original Chevrolet Suburban Carryall debuted as a 1935 model. Based on a Chevy pickup truck chassis, it wore a two-door, steel wagon body, offered seating for eight, ran a 60-horsepower, six-cylinder engine, and was priced from $675. Over the years, the Suburban evolved dramatically while remaining remarkably close to its truck-based wagon origins. Features we take for granted today, like an automatic transmission, didn’t join the options list until 1955, while factory air conditioning was first offered in 1965. In 1967, Chevy introduced an unusual three-door design with a single driver-side door and front and rear doors on the passenger side. The 1973 model was the first to have four doors. The Suburban was redesigned again for 1992, 2000 and 2007, and the current Suburban was introduced as a 2015 model, marking the 12th generation of this full-size SUV.
Off-Road vehicles include four-wheel-drive SUVs and pickup trucks with the extra feature of a dual-range transfer case or dedicated crawl mode for extreme off-road driving. May require specific trim level and/or optional features.
Large Family vehicles seat six or more occupants in three rows.
Towing vehicles can tow a minimum of 2,000 pounds (see specifications for maximum). May require specific trim level and/or optional features.
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