2012 Chevrolet Suburban

Unveiled nearly six years ago, the Chevrolet Suburban is one of GM's older offerings these days. In those six years, automakers have introduced many capable car-based crossovers that make the Suburban a less salient choice for families, according to Cars.com Industry Analyst Kelsey Mays. Still, if you need to carry nine people and tow a boat, there are few options other than the Suburban, Mays says.

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