Chicago 2010: 75th Anniversary Diamond Edition Suburban

To celebrate 75 years of people-hauling, Chevrolet announced that it will be producing 2,570 Diamond Edition Suburbans this summer.  The Suburban is the longest-running nameplate in the industry, so I’d say a celebration is well-deserved, especially in an era where most companies have resorted to alphabet soup (MDX, MKS, etc.) to name their vehicles.  Distinguished by the “Diamond White” exterior and cashmere interior, as well as unique 20″ chrome wheels, the Diamond Edition is sure to stand out among the crowd of regular Suburbans.  Really though, Suburbans stand out on their own.  Follow the jump for pictures and video.

According to GM, the full content list for the Diamond Edition Suburban is:

“LTZ content, including a comprehensive package of safety-minded technology, an integrated navigation radio, a one-year subscription of XM Satellite Radio with NavTraffic, Bluetooth phone connectivity, a rearview camera system, rear parking assist, remote starting and adjustable pedals. Leather-covered seating is standard, with heated and cooled front seats, and heated second-row seating. Optional equipment includes a DVD-based rear-seat entertainment system, articulating running boards, a sunroof and Side Blind Zone Alert.”

That’s a lot of bling, so expect a $2-5,000 increase over similarly-equipped non-anniversary models, although GM has yet to release pricing information.



by John Suit

Source: GM


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