Chevrolet Suburban Years

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Suburbans have always been wagon-bodied vehicles based on Chevy's full size trucks, although their place in the market has changed dramatically since the first vehicles rolled off the production line back in 1935. This SUV was seen as a commercial vehicle that had space for extra cargo; there wasn't even a four door version until the late 60s. As cars got smaller and had lower towing capacities, more people turned to the Suburban as a way to get a vehicle that move both people and stuff in large quantities. Chevy took notice, adding more luxury features and improving ride quality to create the family-friendly SUV we know today.

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