Chevrolet Suburban is a full-size SUV developed by Chevrolet, a division of General Motors. Produced from 1935 in the US and is the longest-produced car. Also produced under the brands Holden and GMC (known as GMC Yukon XL), as well as Cadillac - Cadillac Escalade ESV. Suburban - one of the most popular cars of General Motors, and one of the biggest SUVs in the automotive market.
Many auto companies used the name Suburban for their cars, including Dodge, Plymouth, Studebaker, Nash, GMC and Chevrolet. In 1935, Chevrolet began to produce Suburban. Following him in 1937, the car began to produce under the brand GMC. The off-road car was then called Suburban Carryall, but for simplicity it was called Suburban. With the completion of the production of the Dodge Town Wagon in 1966 and Plymouth Suburban in 1978, General Motors changed its name to Suburban in 1988. Then he had enough competitors - Jeep Wagoneer, International Harvester Travelall and Ford Excursion, replaced in 2005 by Ford Expedition. He also has an "internal" competitor - Chevrolet Tahoe, but the Suburban is 510 mm longer than him.
Suburban is used as a police car, a car by the chief of the fire brigade and ambulance, and even enters the US presidential motorcade.