How much does a 1987 Chevy Suburban cost?

How much does a 1987 Chevy Suburban cost?

$2,000 87 Chevy Suburban 4WD, Runs Great! All offers entertained. 1987 Suburban 3/4 ton four wheel-drive. Has some cosmetic flaws, but upholstery is in good condition an… more

What kind of transmission does a 1987 Chevy Suburban have?

Transmission for the ’87 Suburban is available in a three-speed and four-speed automatic, a three-speed manual with a low range and a five-speed manual. With four doors, a total length of 219.1 inches and a maximum curb weight of 5,900 lbs, the 1987 Suburban is a massive vehicle.

When did the Chevy Suburban first come out?

Chevrolet and GMC introduced the Suburban in 1936; aside from minor differences, the Chevy and GMC Suburbans were basically twin vehicles. Based on the panel-truck design, the early Suburban was essentially a truck-based station wagon, consisting of two doors and three rows of seats.

When did the Chevy Suburban get fuel injection?

With its powerful engine and generous seating capacity, today’s Suburban is the ultimate consumer-market towing vehicle and an adequate substitute for a full-size van. In 1987, the Chevrolet Suburban was given a fuel-injection system and improved engine performance; it remained unchanged until 1990.

What kind of car is a 1987 Chevy Suburban?

1987 Chevrolet Suburban V8 454! This is one of the nicest ones around and extremely clean original car. This car drives exce… more Over 4 weeks ago on Yupyi! About this vehicle This 1987 Chevrolet V10 is an original. The owner has had it for 5 years.

What kind of mileage does a suburban get?

My 2002 1/2 ton 4×4 Suburban LT now has 159,000 on it and we bought it new Dec ’01. It’s been the lowest maintenance and highest reliability vehicle we’ve ever owned and that’s covered the gamut from other GM products to Jags, BMW’s, Subaru’s, Honda’s, just about “you name it.”

What’s the average cost of maintenance on a suburban?

Our driving is probably an ordinary mix of city and highway, and it stays inside out of the rainy NW weather at nite. I expect now to spend probably an average of about $500-1,000/yr on maintenance outside of routine stuff.