The Chevrolet Suburban is desirable for families who want a vehicle with a lot of room — but this particular Chevy Suburban has been stretched for even more room. This isn’t a family vehicle, though: the stretch was done to provide a luxury interior in the back, making this an ultimate limo transport vehicle. And now it’s for sale on Autotrader.
Here’s the basic situation. This 2016 Chevy Suburban started life as a normal Suburban LS, which may seem odd since it’s the base model in the Suburban lineup. But since it was stretched and a lot of the interior was removed, that likely wasn’t much of a concern. The stretch included four captains’ chairs with heating, cooling and massage, along with many other upgrades like a large cooler, upscale lighting and an entertainment system.
This Suburban also added another important item: a taller roof. The "high roof" conversion allows for more headroom for passengers in the back, but also allowed the conversion company to add in more stuff — and, indeed, this Suburban offers an impressive three flat-screen TVs for the ultimate in rear entertainment. On the outside, however, it still looks like a fairly normal Suburban, save for the higher roof and stretch, allowing the occupants to be chauffeured around in style.
Although this conversion would surely be highly expensive to create, it’s offered by Auto, Truck, and Trailer Sales of Ohio in rural Bellefontaine, Ohio, with 22,200 miles for $99,700 — still big money, even for a limo conversion, but likely a lot less than the original cost. If you’ve been looking for the ultimate in Chevy Suburbaning, this could be your chance.