Today’s luxury limousines can cram obscene features and amenities into what would otherwise be nondescript family vehicles, and there’s a burgeoning market turning larger SUVs into luxury people movers as Americans flock to them. General Motors has made bank on large SUVs like the Chevrolet Tahoe and Chevrolet Suburban. The Suburban is massive, making it an ideal candidate for such a luxurious limousine upgrade. And you can own such a vehicle for the bargain-basement price of $99,700.
From the outside, this 2016 Chevrolet Suburban limousine looks relatively low-key. Yes, it’s noticeable stretched with a raised roof and running boards, but it can, otherwise, fly under the radar. It sports a black bow tie badge adorned with CEO, which does look tacky. CEO also appears on the rear quarters and hatch—all easily fixable. The black exterior paint exudes professionalism, which carries over to the interior.
Inside, it’s all business. The raised roof adds a copious amount of headroom. Specific details about features and amenities are scarce, but the photos show luxurious leather seating, a wood floor, and a unique entertainment system. The seats even have footrests that extend, allowing passengers to kick back and relax. There’s only seating for six, though. Your standard Suburban seats seven, but adding a ton of luxury and comfort comes at a price of a seventh passenger. They can walk.
The odometer shows 22,371 miles, but the add lists the current mileage at 22,500—which seems low for a three-year-old Chevrolet Suburban that was likely used for commercial services. However, the SUV’s nondescript nature and CEO badging hint that the vehicle could have been used as a shuttle for an executive or other business professional. While limousines are often the go-to vehicle for bachelor and bachelorette parties, this limousine looks better suited for a meeting on quarterly earnings than bacchanalia.