800 Derita Road, Ste. A
While the custom street machine look and value price got you to stop and look at this 1997 GMC Suburban SLE, dig a little deeper. This has the space, power, and usability to be the ideal mix where you get to stand out from the crowd without giving up practicality.
You know no one will ever mistake this for a stock Suburban. You get a cool custom front end with a bright grille and clear headlights. The profile has the forward-leaning stance of an aggressive street machine. And in the rear, the smooth tailgate and custom taillights complete this sporty package. Of course, there are a ton of great details. The bumpers were painted to match this GMC's aggressive red. The black and silver dual pinstripe stars at the headlights and wraps all the way around the SUV until it reaches the front again. And the black in this does a great job of coordinating with the full tinted window package. Plus, it all sits on a nice set of classic 17-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels. So no matter what angle they see first, everyone will always know this is a very custom machine.
Inside, this GMC shows off its practical and loaded side. Three rows of comfortable cloth seats mean the custom exterior hides an interior perfect to share with family and friends. The split tailgate looks ready for tailgating at all the games. There's even a trailer hitch so you can bring along the grille, camper, boat, etc. But even if you're just driving solo, this was built to keep the driver king. You get an armrest center console with cup holders, tilt steering column, and your bucket seat power adjusts to your ideal position. There's power windows, power locks, an AM/FM/cassette stereo w/CD changer, and dual front airbags. So this one knows how to eat away the miles in comfort.
Under the hood is the a 5.7-liter fuel-injected V8. The Vortec motor looks nicely maintained like a modern classic should be, and the upgraded dual exhaust gives an extra hint of growl to the V8 power. While the sound helps with the overall custom presentation of this Suburban, it still never loses the practicality that makes it an easy driver. Power steering, front disc brakes, and four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive make this a fine anytime choice.
It's great how the cool custom look hides a practical and affordable SUV. So if you like to be distinct without giving up comfort, call today!
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