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Well-preserved, feature-filled, and rare nine-person seating - this 1997 Chevrolet Suburban is the fuel-injected V8 vehicle that can carry everyone, hold their cargo, and tow the toys... all at once!
This generation Suburban basically ushered in a whole new era of utility. We love them today because they are useful and rugged, and for many of us, that utility also made the styling quite attractive. Olympic White is the ideal factory color to have because it will always have a clean and premium look, even if it has been out working all day. So while your budget may leave room for updating and personalization, it really is hard to beat an SUV that gets its fundamental look right. In fact, this one has all the right essentials. The added running boards make it easier to hop inside, and the double doors in the rear swing wide to easily swallow plenty of cargo.
The first thing you're likely to notice when you open the door is the front seat. It's getting harder to find these Suburbans with the front bench that can seat nine people total. The three rows of seats have adult-sized space and most seats have modern three-point harnesses. So this is quite attractive for anyone who has a lot of family and friends. And when you're not using the front to the fullest, the jump seat folds down to give you the feeling of a bucket seat and armrest center console. And with a tilt steering column and a commanding driving position, you don't need anyone else for this to be a useful vehicle. In fact, while the odometer is believed to reflect the SUV's full actual mileage, the condition of the interior feels far fresher. Plus, it's loaded with the best features. This includes power windows, power locks, power mirrors, tinted windows, dual airbags, and modern R134a air conditioning w/separate rear controls.
This generation Suburban is known for reliable power thanks to the electronically-controlled fuel-injected V8. This 5.7-liter motor is believed to be original to the SUV, and it has the clean look of proper care. And this has plenty of torque, so we bet you're thinking about adding a trailer hitch for your boat or camper. No matter if you're just cruising in town or going on a long-haul, this has nice anytime features like power steering and power brakes, front discs, and a four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive.
When a rare nine-person Suburban is this complete and is also quite affordable, it's time to take notice. Call today!!!
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