The biggest Chevy of all is the auto industry’s longest-running nameplate. Believe it or not, it’s the first vehicle to reach 85 years of continuous production. Today, the Suburban is sold as a long-wheelbase variant of the Tahoe. Later this year, a twelfth generation (which has already been introduced) will hit the market as a 2021 model. In the meantime, the 355- and 420-horsepower V8 engines are good performers with a towing capacity of up to 8,300 pounds.
- Very durable vehicle
- Price can climb very quickly