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Updated November 06,  2015


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2010 Chevrolet Suburban 75th Anniversary Diamond Edition

The 2010 75th Anniversary Diamond Edition Suburban is limited to 2,570 units (including 350 for Canada and other export markets). It is distinguished by a White Diamond Tricoat exterior color and Cashmere interior, along with unique 20-inch chrome-clad wheels and new roof rack rails. Special badging adorns the C-pillar sail panel and steering wheel center cap, while "Diamond Edition" lettering is used on the sill plates and is embroidered on the front headrests. 
The anniversary models are equipped with LTZ content and are offered in 1500 2WD or 4WD configurations. The LTZ content includes a comprehensive package of safety-minded technology, including an integrated navigation radio and 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 seating for the first two rows. Heated and cooled seats are standard on the first-row seats. Optional equipment includes a DVD-based rear-seat entertainment system, articulating running boards, a sunroof and Side Blind Zone Alert. Mobile WiFi can also be added at the dealership.

Chevrolet Celebrates Diamond Anniversary of Suburban

On hand to assist in today’s celebration was four-time champion NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson who took the wheel of the 2010 Chevrolet Suburban 75th Anniversary Diamond Edition as it rolled off the assembly line, led by a vintage 1936 Chevy Suburban Carryall.
The Diamond Edition Suburban is based on a top-of-the-line LTZ Suburban package and adds unique roof rack rails, 20-inch chrome wheels, special exterior badging, 75th anniversary embroidery on the headrests, special badging on the steering wheel center cap and unique front door sill plate graphics and will be available this month in select Chevy dealerships, most of which will be right here in the Lone Star State where all Suburbans are now built (and a third of ALL Suburbans are sold).

“Times have changed, but the Suburban remains a fixture in the industry for private and professional customers who need truck-like towing capability with maximum passenger and cargo space,” said Jim Campbell, Chevrolet general manager. “The Suburban’s core capabilities and dependability have remained constant for more than seven decades and generations of people know that a Suburban will haul people and their gear.”

Here are a couple of significant dates in the Suburban timeline:
1935: Suburban Carryall introduced with a signature two-door body style that would last through 1967. Power came from Chevrolet’s stalwart “Stovebolt” inline-six that produced 60 horsepower for the half-ton chassis.

1973: A new generation of Chevy trucks is launched, with Suburban offered in a conventional four-door body style introduced for the first time. Its 129.5-inch wheelbase was only 0.5-inch shorter than the 2010 model’s. Also debuting is the Suburban three-quarter-ton model, which could be had with a 454 big-block engine that delivered 335 lb.-ft. of torque.

Pricing will begin at just over $55,000 for two-wheel-drive models and a tick more than 58 grand for 4×4 models.

Seeing the transition of styling from the early model Suburban to the latest was a unique experience today, and I wonder just how archaic will my iPhone look in a little over 70 years from now.