My favorite type of car is without a doubt, the Bachelor's Sports Mobile. I like cars that are lightweight, tossable, and fun and yet for some reason I love this, the 10th-Generation Chevrolet Suburban.
It's original, it's rusty, and to us this barn find 1947 Chevrolet Suburban is undeniably cool. After a few decades spent in a Virginia barn this weathered example of the original SUV has been unearthed and is currently for sale on Ebay.
This is a hunting rig built out of a 1989 Chevy Suburban with a Ford Aerostar grafted onto the roof. It is either an atrocity to vehicle aesthetics, or a tribute to American ingenuity. And yes, you drive it from the top.
The sight of a modern limo usually suggests that behind the tinted windows there is a group of people who are either rich, important, or going to high school prom.
Most of the cars worshipped by the automotive obsessed—Sports cars, Exotic Cars, Muscle Cars, Hot Rods, Race Cars—have something in common beyond being glorious machines sought after by a legion of car lovers. They are short on space for passengers. Most have passenger seats and some even have parcel trays that…
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood unveiled new fuel-economy window stickers for cars and trucks, saying "we're not just sitting around waiting for high gasoline prices to come down." His ride of choice to the unveiling: This 12-mpg Chevy Suburban SUV.
This Chevy Suburban drove into the path of an oncoming guardrail and suffered some pretty spectacular consequences. The rail passed through the passenger-side fender, the cabin and out the rear window. Impressive images below.
There are many reasons people get frustrated with SUV drivers. Crowding parking spaces like a linebacker in a port-a-john's one of them, as we see the white Suburban here doing. The gray Expedition taking four spaces? Well that's just asshattery.
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. When did the Suburban make the switch from "bouncy truck" to "edge sprawl commuter?" Not by 1972!
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. The Suburban was once a bit less luxurious than today's version.
Apparently a couple of GI's were out minding their own business, driving a shiny maroon Chevrolet Suburban about five klicks out from the live fire range at Dugway Proving Grounds in Utah. Unfortunately at 10,000 feet, it's a bit more difficult to discern distance-from-target, and an F-16 pilot in the area thought the…
Rumors emanating like a cloud of gas from Aunt Mable's Thanksgiving table are coming out of Bloomberg regarding the possible move at GM to push for unibody construction on full size SUVs. While there isn't anything inherently dumb about this idea, we have to question the impact on brand perception, long term…