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Chevrolet Suburban 2003 posters

Chevrolet Suburban

The Chevrolet Suburban is one of the longest-lived automobile nameplates in the United States, dating back to 1935 when automotive companies used the name to indicate a windowed, station wagon-type body on a commercial frame. General Motors was the last remaining one to do so, awarded an exclusive trademark on the name in 1988. The Suburban is now one of the largest SUVs available, known for its three rows of seats and a normal-sized cargo area. Chevrolet began production of its all steel "carryall-suburban" in 1935. GMC released its version two years later, and both vehicles were known as the "Suburban Carryall" until the 1980s with the crest of the SUV trend. In 2000, the GMC version was renamed the Yukon XL, leaving the name limited to vehicles produced under its Chevrolet marque. Cadillac followed suit by introducing its version, the Escalade ESV, in 1999, which could only seat a maximum of 8 passengers, unlike the 9 passengers allowed in the Chevrolet and GMC models. Shorter versions of these vehicles are sold as the Chevrolet Tahoe, GMC Yukon, and Cadillac Escalade. Versions with a pickup bed in place of the rear cargo box are sold as the Chevrolet Avalanche and Cadillac Escalade EXT. The Suburban of the 1990s and 2000s is well-known for its full-size SUV body, full pickup truck frame, and V8 engine power. Its power and capability make it a popular choice for large suburban families, although its bulkiness and fuel economy have been criticized. In recent years, it has also been popular as a police car, fire chief's vehicle, or EMS fly-car, as well as its role as a limousine after being converted for such a duty. In recent model years (2006 onwards), Chevrolet offers 1/2 ton and 3/4 ton Suburbans, each with various trim levels. On the 1/2, they offer base, LS, LT, Z71, and LTZ, all equipped with a Vortec 5300 V8 engine that generates 295 hp and 335 ft·lbf of torque . The LTZ offers a Vortec 6000 V8 that generates 335 hp and 375 ft·lbf of torque. The 3/4 ton has LS and LT, its standard engine being a Vortec 6000 V8 or a Vortec 8100 V8 which produces 325 hp and 447 ft·lbf of torque . All options come with either 2WD or 4WD, the latter applicable for all types of Suburbans except the LTZ, which is AWD. For the 2007 model year, the GMT900 Suburban and Yukon XL models were unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The redesign allowed for modern styling, as seen in the already released Tahoes and Yukons, while also improving the interior quality with better seating. Leather seating is standard for the LT2, LT3, and LTZ models, and the DVD-player and Navigation Radio screens have also been increased in size. The overall length of the Suburban has been increased by 2 inches.

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