Make the Chevy Suburban the National Vehicle of Texas

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Celebrating the “most Texan vehicle there is."

The connection between the State of Texas and the Chevrolet Suburban has lasted for generations.

Back in 1986, Texas Monthly declared the Suburban the “National Car of Texas,” calling it “the most Texan vehicle there is…It’s big, it’s strong, it’s fun, it doesn’t put on airs, but it doesn’t keep you from putting on a few.”

This year, as the Chevy Suburban is celebrating its 85th birthday, we think it’s finally time for the Chevy Suburban and Texas to take their relationship to the next level.

Built continuously since 1935, the Chevy Suburban is the longest-running nameplate in automotive history. The Suburban can comfortably haul people and cargo anywhere, at any time, all while awakening what Texas Monthly called “the primeval Texas instinct to drive as far as possible.”

And the Chevy Suburban would not be what it is today without the great state of Texas.

Today, there are more than 200,000 Suburbans on the road in Texas and a Suburban is sold approximately every 90 minutes in the state. Additionally, Texas Chevrolet dealers account for five of the top 10 Chevrolet Suburban dealers in the U.S. In 2018, Texans bought more Suburbans than the smallest 25 states, combined!

Thank you, Texas

From camping trips to Big Bend, high school football games in Odessa, college-football tailgates in Austin to the ranches, farms and oil fields in between, no one has shown more love to the Suburban than the great state of Texas.

We are truly honored and humbled by how Texans have embraced the Suburban and allowed it to play a part in their lives.

Additionally, Chevrolet will debut the all-new, next-generation Chevy Suburban soon – which will be built exclusively for the world at the Arlington Assembly Plant in Arlington, TX.*

Please sign this petition if you agree the Chevy Suburban should be the National Vehicle of Texas!

If you feel so inclined, feel free to share the petition on social media (#ChevySuburban) along with a photo of your Suburban.

Thank you, Texas!

*Built in Arlington, Texas using globally sourced parts