The Chevrolet Suburban—now in its 11th generation—first went on sale in 1935. In continuous production for nearly 70 years, it's the automotive industry's longest-lived nameplate.
The Suburban is a full-size sport-utility capable of seating up to nine passengers. With a tow rating of 9,600 pounds, the Suburban 2500 is the lineup's heavy duty hauler. A standard 6-liter Vortex V8 makes 352 horsepower and 382 pound-feet of torque. The cavernous cargo area boasts up to 137 cubic feet of space.
With trim levels ranging from commercial to luxury, the Suburban 2500 is just as comfortably cruising to the job site as to a night out on the town.