Autotrader Find: 2007 Chevy Suburban With 6 Doors

If you want an SUV but can’t find one that accommodates your entire large family, here’s a 2007 Chevy Suburban with six doors. Not only does it have six doors, but it has four rows of seats, suggesting it has room for up to 11 people and their stuff.

Not surprisingly, this Suburban has been stretched to accommodate its extra set of doors and its extra row of seats, so it has a bit of a limo look on the outside — especially as it’s painted black. But, as you can see, all six doors function as normal, and they look like they were installed in the factory. However, that isn’t the case, of course, as this 6-door Suburban was converted after the fact.

Beyond the six doors, this Suburban has some other impressive features to highlight, including a roof-mounted satellite dish and six interior televisions. It has also traveled a mere 16,000 miles since new, which is a surprisingly good number for an 11-year-old vehicle. Then again, the added size and heft probably make it a bit of a challenge to drive around in this thing, so you’d only use it when you really have to carry a bunch of people.

If you’re interested in the 6-door Suburban, it’s offered by a private seller in Kennesaw, Georgia, near Atlanta, for $65,000 — big money for a 2007 Suburban, but probably a lot less than what it would cost for you to make your own.

Doug DeMuro is an automotive journalist who has written for many online and magazine publications. He once owned a Nissan Cube and a Ferrari 360 Modena. At the same time.

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