Heavy-duty GMC Suburban 1500 1973-1991 Bumper Kits

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Aftermarket GMC Suburban 1500 1973-1991 Bumper Kits

The GMC Suburban 1500 model, released in 1973 and discontinued in 1991, is one of the most iconic large-sized SUVs ever made. It was the first full-size SUV available in the United States and its popularity only grew over the years. In terms of styling, the Suburban was robust and refined, with a boxy aesthetic accented by bold, simple lines. Its exterior featured a square, upright grille and round sealed-beam headlights. It had side vents on the hood to cool the engine, power brakes, and a two-speed rear axle. Inside, the Suburban offered comfort, convenience, and plenty of seating, plus an impressive cargo capacity.

Under the hood, the Suburban 1500 was powered by an array of engines that included the 5.0-liter V8, 6.2-liter diesel, and 7.4-liter V8. The 5.0-liter and 6.2-liter engines produced a respective 140 horsepower and 135 horsepower. The 7.4-liter option generated 190 horsepower, making it the most powerful engine in the lineup. All the engines were mated to three- or four-speed automatic transmissions.

The Suburban was offered in both two-wheel drive (2WD) and four-wheel drive (4WD). For those who wanted to do some light off-roading, the 4WD system would be beneficial. It also enabled drivers to take full advantage of the Suburban's strong torque and towing capabilities.

When it came to safety, the GMC Suburban 1500 model outdid itself. It was equipped with several standard safety features, such as seatbelts in all three rows, an inertia-locking retractor for the driver's seatbelt, shoulder belts for all rearrow passengers, "B Pillar" structure reinforcements, and crush zones at the front and rear. These features helped the Suburban earn high crash test ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

In addition to its impressive performance and safety features, the GMC Suburban 1500 also boasted a luxurious interior. It was available in two trims (base and luxury), both of which offered premium amenities such as velour upholstery, air-conditioning, power windows and door locks, cruise control, and even a cassette player.

After 18 years on the market, the GMC Suburban 1500 model was eventually replaced by an updated version in 1992. But for those who experienced it first-hand, the Suburban 1500 was a trusted, reliable vehicle—a vehicle capable of taking them wherever they wanted to go. Its unrivaled style, comfort, and performance made it a favorite among drivers, and it remains an icon of the SUV industry today.

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