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Happy Birthday, Chevy Suburban!

February 27, 2010

As a Cathedral City Chevrolet dealer that’s now run by the third generation of Jessups, we really appreciate that Chevrolet’s history in the auto industry goes back a good long way, as well. In fact, this year marks the Chevrolet Suburban’s 75th birthday, making it the longest continually-running nameplate in the US.

Celebrating The Chevy Suburban's 75th Birthday

Celebrating The Chevy Suburban's 75th Birthday

At the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, curator Leslie Kendall says that the Suburban’s “longevity in the marketplace speaks to both the resourcefulness of the original design team and the good judgment of the decision makers at General Motors who knew better than to tamper with a winning idea.”

Indeed. Today’s Suburban looks a bit different, and while the original Suburban was good in its day, we’ll take the increased safety features, horsepower, and available heated leather seats. GM has come a long way, and Chevrolet continues to develop innovative vehicles (think the upcoming Chevy Volt) while delivering the simple quality (space, comfort, power) that makes the Suburban such an enduring vehicle on the road.

Whether you’re seeking a new 2010 Chevrolet Suburban, a 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt, or anything in between, Jessup Auto Plaza can help. We proudly serve drivers in many nearby communities, including Indio, Palm Springs, Hemet, Palm Desert, Beaumont, Yucaipa, Banning, La Quinta, and others. Let us know if there’s anything we can do for you.

We’d love to answer any questions you may have. Please call us at 800-900-KARS or email: jessupautoplaza@gmail.com.

View our entire Jessup Auto Plaza inventory at www.JessupAutoPlaza.com

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