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Ok! I own a 2002 Chevrolet Suburban that my mom used to have and over it's 13 years it has gone through a lot. It got hit by a Ford F-250 Super Duty Truck on it's side and it didn't even get a large dent at all. The time I have had it, on accident, I ran into the what was essentially worlds toughest poll so to speak. It was small, but made out of cemented concrete. It destroyed my bumper and damaged my grill pretty badly. When I got the bumper replaced and my grill repaired, I noticed that those were the only parts of the car that got damaged. I also on the side, felt the rest of my car's exterior seemed to be made of pretty heavy metal. Now I know that no car out there, even ones made back in the late 1940s could withstand being hit by a concrete poll head on without it's bumper and grill being either destroyed of heavily damaged. Especially the bumper. Given that my car has been through quite a lot during it's time, the truck hitting it included, I wonder if Chevrolet Suburbans made from the early 90s all the way to 2006 were made out of steel. My question is, what exterior metal were Chevrolet Suburbans from 1992-2006 made out of? Were they made out of steel? I really would like to know!