Suburgatory

Lego Chevrolet Suburban

If there’s a car that sums up everything that was wrong with the American auto industry in the 1990s and 2000s, it’s probably this; the Chevrolet Suburban. Or the Cadillac Escalade. Or the Hummer H2. Or this. OK, there were a few, but the Chevy makes a strong case for itself. This Suburban is the work of TLCB regular Ralph Savelsberg and it’s considerably nicer than the real thing. Click the link above to see more.

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  4. […] of our least favourite cars are SUVs. The Hummer. The Cadillac Escalade. The Chevrolet Suburban. And, despite its depth of engineering and wonderfully utilitarian roots, the latest Mercedes-Benz […]

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