Chevrolet began production of its all-steel "carryall-suburban" in 1935. GMC brought out its version in 1937. These vehicles were also known as the "Suburban Carryall" until GM cut the name to simply "Suburban". GMC's equivalent to the Chevrolet model was originally named "Suburban" as well, until re-branding it to "Yukon XL" for the 2000 model year. The Suburban is one of the largest SUVs on the market today. It has outlasted competitive vehicles such as the International Harvester Travelall, Jeep Wagoneer, and the Ford Excursion. The latest competitor is the extended Ford Expedition EL, which replaced the Excursion. The Suburban is a full-size SUV with three rows of seating, a full pickup truck frame and V8 engine. From 1973 to 2013 it had been available in half-ton and 3/4-ton versions, the latter discontinued after the 2013 model year, but was revived in 2015 as a fleet-exclusive vehicle for the 2016 model year. In recent years, the Suburban has been used as a police car, fire chief's vehicle or EMS fly-car. The United States Secret Service uses black Suburbans, and operates fully armored versions for the President of the United States when he attends less formal engagements. There have been twelve generations of the Suburban since its 1935 debut, the most recent starting in 2014. In 2015, the Suburban celebrated its 80th anniversary with the Arlington Assembly plant unveiling the 10 millionth vehicle built at the facility since its 1954 opening.
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