Redesigned for 2007, Chevrolet Suburban holds a unique place in the industry, proving to be an indispensable partner for those with varied and demanding lifestyles. Despite challenging market conditions, the redesigned Suburban has continued to draw new customers, with sales up more than 10 percent during the first quarter of 2007.
All models receive standard head-curtain side impact air bags (they were previously optional on some models) and the Suburban 2500 receives significant and noteworthy changes, including a fuel-saving six-speed automatic transmission, …
In a few short years, Escalade has taken its place as a leader in the luxury SUV market, and as the starting point for Cadillac’s product renaissance.
An instant hit with professional athletes, musicians, movie stars and automotive enthusiasts, Escalade’s self-assured stance and strong lines have attracted younger, affluent buyers to Cadillac, inspired song lyrics and created quite a following. The average Escalade buyer is 50 years old, about 12 years younger than the average Cadillac buyer.
Escalade’s U.S. sales totaled 36,114 in …
Earning more than 25 awards in U.S. product reviews was merely the beginning for Land Rover’s breakthrough LR3 series. Last year the arrival of a V6 engine provided customers with a broader range of selection. This year the bar has been raised again by incorporating four popular features—leather trimmed upholstery, a power glass sunroof, a 240-watt harman/kardon ® sound system, and steering wheel touch controls—as standard LR3 equipment.
LR3 brings Land Rover prestige and core values to the heart of the SUV market …
Over the last several years, Cadillac has literally reinvented itself. Once primarily a maker of large luxury sedans, Cadillac has broadened its vision and its lineup, recently debuting the midsize CTS sedan, the Escalade and the Escalade EXT.
Now, Cadillac again extends the franchise as it introduces the new, full-size Escalade ESV.
The 2003 Cadillac Escalade ESV is the largest and most powerful luxury SUV available. It’s 22-inches longer overall than Escalade, which stretches the interior by more than 20 inches, translating into …
Introduced at the Chicago Auto Show, the 2009 Chevrolet Traverse is an expressively styled, well-equipped crossover that gives customers people-hauling and cargo-carrying capability typically found in larger SUVs.
With styling cues inspired by the acclaimed ’08 Chevy Malibu, the Traverse delivers refined details with strong proportions and the bold front-end appearance found on all new Chevrolets. Traverse will start production in the third quarter of 2008 at GM’s Spring Hill, Tenn. manufacturing facility.
‘We think the Traverse is the right vehicle at the …