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Chevrolet Suburban

Summary
The Chevrolet Suburban is a series of automobiles built by the Chevrolet division of General Motors. In production since the 1935 model year, the model line is currently in its twelfth generation; it is the longest-used automobile nameplate in the world. Beginning life as one of the first metal-bodied station wagons, the Suburban is the progenitor of modern full-size SUVs, combining a station wagon body with the chassis and powertrain of a pickup truck. Alongside its Advance Design, Task Force and C/K predecessors, the Silverado pickup trucks share chassis and mechanical commonality with the Suburban. Traditionally one of the most profitable vehicles sold by General Motors, the Suburban has been marketed by both Chevrolet and GMC for nearly its entire history; GMC has used several different nameplates for the model line, marketing the Suburban as the GMC Yukon XL since 2000. Cadillac also rebrands the Suburban as the Cadillac Escalade ESV. During the 1990s, the Holden brand m
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