Chevrolet assembled the first Suburbans in 1933 for National Guard and Civilian Conservation Corps units. Through more than 80 years and 12 generations, the world’s longest continuous named vehicle has undergone dramatic changes. From its original, nearly all-wood body to today’s popular SUV, the Chevrolet Suburban has remained a fixture in one of America’s foremost brands. Like other Chevys, the Suburban shares its platform with several sister vehicles, in particular the GMC Yukon XL and the Yukon Denali XL. Without question, later-model Suburbans, such as the 2014 Chevrolet Suburban, have become popular for use among first responders. Police, fire chiefs and EMS units have all outfitted Suburbans for their unique needs. Additionally, the United States Secret Service and private companies have taken to putting Suburbans into service as limousines. Those looking for a used Chevrolet Suburban as a family vehicle or for commercial purposes are apt to find salvage cars for sale in car auctions for a price that will fit into their budget. In addition to its incredible towing capacity, late-model Chevrolet Suburbans can comfortably accommodate up to nine passengers. Through ABetter.bid, you have the opportunity to secure the vehicle you want for the purpose you need. Aside from the Suburban, search thousands of car auctions to find the model you are looking for, including the Chevrolet Silverado, Equinox, Aveo, Cobalt and Corvette.