What did the Chevy Suburban look like in 1999?

What did the Chevy Suburban look like in 1999?

The exterior of the Suburban remains mostly unchanged for 1999. Minor cosmetic changes have improved the grille area, but the classic look still survives. The Suburban appears as one giant picture window from the exterior, with enormous tinted glass panels behind the rear doors.

Where did the Chevy Suburban 2500 come from?

No accident or damage reported to CARFAX. 1st owner purchased on 04/15/10 and owned in TX until 07/07/15 • 2nd owner purchased on 08/13/15 and owned in TX until 07/13/16 • 3rd owner purchased on 07/13/16 and owned in LA until .

Is the Chevy Suburban a 4 wheel drive car?

The second feature, optional on the LS model and standard on the LT model, makes the system capable of automatically engaging four-wheel drive for maximum traction. This system is not all-wheel drive, but more accurately termed a standby four-wheel-drive system. Autotrac provides 100 percent rear-wheel drive until road conditions warrant a change.

What kind of rims do Chevy Silverado 2500 use?

Our Silverado 2500 stock (OEM) rims are reconditioned to factory specifications, or if available, brand new OE replica wheels, manufactured to factory specifications in ISO-9000 certified facilities. You can click the “About Our Wheels” link at the bottom of the page for additional information regarding our wheels.

What kind of car is a Chevy Suburban?

Trans Description Cont. Again Electronic Looking for other models of the Chevrolet Suburban?

What kind of engine does a 2002 suburban have?

The shorter wheelbase of the Suburban is the main issue.” Member 02Sub has a similar Suburban to the OP. And he’s had a lot of luck towing with it as well. “Mine’s a 2002 Suburban 2500 with 4×4, the 8.1-liter engine, and 3.73 gears.

Is the Chevy Suburban a good tow truck?

Turns out, the Suburban isn’t just good at hauling lots of people. With only basic equipment, it can tow a lot, too. Those serious about towing large campers and other heavy loads often gravitate towards heavy-duty pickups. For good reason, obviously.

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