The Suburban, unlike the Hummer has a good image, although sales down 65.6% since 2004.
Terry Box - DENTONRC
- May 3, 2010
It may survive, but it's heyday is over. Pictured: 1936 Suburban...some say this is the first SUV. --Ed.
Four-dollar-a-gallon gas couldn't kill the Suburban.
Neither could modern crossover vehicles, king-cab pickups or bling-thing Escalades, though all cut into its market share, leaving the venerable Texas-built SUV with a bit of a limp.
Nonetheless, the Chevrolet Suburban once proclaimed the National Car of Texas turns 75 this year, making it the granddaddy of the auto industry, the longest-running nameplate in a notoriously mercurial business.... [Read More]