2011 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN LTZ – Drive Rebuilders
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The world is a much better place because of the Chevrolet Suburban. Yes, that may be contrary to the Prius-minded, environmentally-friendly readers but hear me out. Beginning in 1935, Chevrolet built the two door wagon known as the Carryall Suburban. It was one of the first metal-bodied wagons and boasted three rows of seating with additional access through rear doors to the cargo area. For the next 84 years, GM continued to iterate and refine the people mover. Over the years, the Suburban has remained an industry leader for size, capacity and capability. Many have tried but few have even come close to competing with this incredible machine.




This 2011 Chevrolet Suburban LTZ has been a like a member of the family and neighborhood for recent years. It is fully equipped with so many comfort features. It has the 5.3L, 320 hp Vortec V8 and the six-speed, auto-manual transmission. The fully serviced vehicle currently has 116,xxx miles and is used regularly for almost everything. And that is what it is for — almost everything. The leather interior is in excellent condition and comes with heated front and rear captains chairs. Additionally, the front seats are air conditioned, a wonderful summer experience! The glass sunroof welcomes natural light in to the cabin and the BOSE sound system is a family favorite. Our Suburban is equipped with the USB/Aux port which allows for easy Apple Music access. The navigation and ONSTAR system are in excellent working condition as well. This Suburban is equipped with HandsFree Bluetooth connectivity and the rear entertainment system provides a distraction on those long road trips. Power running boards, roof rack and tow package are just a few more of the options we could not live without.



This vehicle feels safe. The ride height and visibility provide an excellent view from the driver’s seat. Lane departure is a very nice feature for the natural blindspots and the indicators are located in both door mirrors. The brake pads are relatively new (replaced at 112,000 miles) as are all four tires. The 4X4 functions smoothly and it remains a joy to operate on the open road. Every feature of this Suburban works well. It has been garaged, detailed and cared for regularly.





This Suburban was purchased from an auction after the previous owner’s insurance company took possession following a incident with a nearby RV. The RV caught fire and the Chevy had some heat damage to the left fender, left headlight and front bumper cover. All affected panels and pieces were removed and replaced by a professional repair facility. It has a Utah Rebuilt/Restored title due to the claim. It has passed every inspection with flying colors. Even better, it drives so well. Chevy has done a great job with the Suburban and this car is no exception.



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