1999 GMC Suburban
164,491 Miles
$3,860

Houston, TX
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1992 GMC Suburban
166,864 Miles
$5,000

Price, UT
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1998 GMC Suburban
172,503 Miles
$4,995

Yorkville, IL
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1999 GMC Suburban
170,439 Miles
$2,500

Hartington, NE
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1999 GMC Suburban
136,867 Miles
$6,975

Massillon, OH
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1997 GMC Suburban
$5,995

Great Falls, MT
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1999 GMC Suburban
187,245 Miles
$3,500

Willmar, MN
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1997 GMC Suburban
201,432 Miles
$2,700

Merrillville, IN
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1997 GMC Suburban
188,978 Miles
$4,999

Twin Falls, ID
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1999 GMC Suburban
261,409 Miles
$4,494

Grand Junction, CO
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1995 GMC Suburban
184,499 Miles
$6,000

Evansville, WI
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1994 GMC Suburban
104,655 Miles
$4,975

Tamarac, FL
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1996 GMC Suburban
166,008 Miles
$6,995

Monticello, IA
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GMC Suburban Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
4.2
Performance
4.3
Style
3.8
Comfort
4.7
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
3.8

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GMC Suburban Owner Ratings & Reviews

1998 GMC Suburban - Roomy Suburban

Cohasset, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
4.0
We had a Jeep Cherokee prior to the Suburban. We have two children, and just wanted a bit more room. The Suburban seats 8. We have a boat, and really wanted something that could hold as many people as the boat, so we didn't have to take two vehicles when going out on the boat. My son is an Eagle Scout. Throughout his Boy Scout career, we took many trips, and transported many scouts and their gear. When the kids would take friends, we had no problems accommodating them. Gas mileage was a sacrifice, but we really thought the extra room is worth it. Our model has barn doors on the back. I liked that better than the gate style because it felt easier to deal with. You can get right up to the edge of the back when putting things in. We looked at a few other 7 or 8 passenger vehicles before p... (more)
Story
I think the very first time I had 8 people in the Suburban was for a Girl Scout event. We were going caroling, and there were six girls and two leaders. It was fun for me to have everybody get there all at once. I don't mind driving, so it was nice not to have to take two cars. When we drove to Texas, after arriving, there were a total of 8 people we went and did things with. We could all go i... (more)
Pros
Definitely the room offered. We took a family trip to Texas a few years ago. One of my brother-in-laws and his wife were on their Harley for the trip. We were the support vehicle. We had their luggage, along with an ice chest full of water bottles. When they had to stop for gasoline, they also poured water over their heads. For a while, his wife rode in our car, because it was quite hot outside. She was in the very back seat under a blanket because of the air conditioning. The large gas tank is another plus. We can fill up in the morning, and not have to get gas all day. It is also a 4-whe... (more)
Cons
The gas mileage is not as high as a smaller vehicle. Because it is several years old now (and wasn't new when we bought it), things are starting to wear out a bit. We actually had the engine blow up on a trip a few years ago, but opted to have it replaced, rather than purchase a new car. We still wanted the room, and new Suburbans were quite a bit more than a new engine. It is a rather large vehicle, so we have to be aware of the heights in parking garages (most are still accessible anyway), and we do have to gauge whether we can fit in a parking spot more than we would have to with a smal... (more)

2013 GMC Suburban - This is a great truck

Marcus, Iowa
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
Overall, I'm really pleased with this vehicle. I needed something that could seat several, but also was capable of pulling a trailer and had a lot of cargo space. I travel to dog shows, and this vehicle is one of the few on the market that can fit three large dog crates securely, as well as other items. We also live in a rural area and I have a job where I MUST get to work, so 4-wheel drive and ground clearance is necessary. This truck tackles deep snow with ease, and is decent on ice if you use common sense. Keep good tires on it, and it won't let you down. Mileage isn't horrible -- we routinely get 18+ mpg on the highway with this truck, and that is comparable to many of the mid-size or smaller SUV's. The sound system is great, the heated seats are a must-have, and while we don... (more)
Story
One one occasion, I needed 4 wheel drive to get home in town. I was the only person working my shift who was able to get home.
Pros
It goes anywhere -- snow, slush, mud, gravel won't stop it. Roomy and comfortable. Able to tow and haul cargo. Room for several passengers if needed. Mileage is good for the size of the vehicle. So far, we've had no issues with it and done only regular maintenance.
Cons
a little large for city parking spaces blind spot when backing up - rearview camera overcomes this.

1997 GMC Suburban -

Spanish Fort, Alabama
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Maintenance
4.0
The GMC Suburban is a very sturdy vehicle and I love it. It has a removable third row of seats and the second seats can be lowered into the floor which makes for a lot of room if you need it for moving. It has a 42 gallon tank so it does cost quite a bit of money to fill it up. I've only had a few problems with it and that being: the driver side window no longer rolls down, the paint is chipping incredibly badly, and it is slow to get up in speed.
Story
I was picking up a friend from his house who had just returned from training in the Marines and it was raining really badly. I wasn't paying attention to anything but the road so we could all make it back to my house safely and all of the sudden I hear a huge smack on my windshield! I had no idea what it was until my friend in the passenger seat had yelled out that a bird had hit us. I had to ... (more)
Pros
The room in the Suburban is amazing! I have been able to fit a queen sized mattress in the back before! I love the compass on my rearview mirror and the electric seating adjusters.
Cons
The one thing I have noticed about all other older Suburbans is that they all lose paint in the same areas. I dislike the huge tank for gas and it takes a little more money for upkeep.