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Chevrolet Suburban Celebrates 75 Years

August 31, 2010

We posted a link about this story on our Facebook page earlier, but it bears a closer look. This year, the Chevrolet Suburban celebrated its 75th anniversary. Not only is that a long time, but that makes the Suburban the single longest continually-running nameplate in the industry. Amazing.

The Suburban has come a long, long way—as has the entire industry—in those 7+ decades. Compare these two photos:

First-generation Chevrolet Suburban

First-generation Chevrolet Suburban

2011 Chevrolet Suburban at Jessup Auto Plaza

2011 Chevrolet Suburban at Jessup Auto Plaza

First, a picture of the first-generation, original Chevrolet Suburban. This is a photo that Autoblog writers took at a Suburban75th anniversary event, where Chevrolet invited some of the top automotive journalists to come view, and even test drive, every generation of the vehicle.

Second, a 2011 Chevrolet Suburban, fresh and clean on the lot of our Coachella Valley Chevrolet dealership. Complete with all of the modern trimmings you’d expect: a plethora of safety features, creature comforts, fresh design, and smart space-expanding features.

You can enjoy the heritage and modern capabilities of the Chevrolet Suburban here at Jessup Auto Plaza, where we proudly serve drivers from Cathedral City, Palm Springs, Beaumont, Yucaipa, Indio, Hemet, Palm Desert, and other nearby cities. Stop by and let us know what we can do for you! We’d love to answer any questions you may have. Please call us at 800-900-KARS or email: View our entire Jessup Auto Plaza inventory.

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