Actually I can see the suburban too, think of a pickup truck with a through bed.
Also, which business needs an SUV
To back up this earlier statement L-188 is exactly right. I worked for a small Civil Engineering company. The surveying crews needed SUVs, specifically suburbans, its hard to get some places with a van, and it is just impractical to stick more than 2 people in a 4wd pickup. Also, you don't want to stick a $30,000 theodolite, an $8,000 data collector, and all the other gear that goes with a surveying crew in the back of a pickup for security reasons
Some other small companies doing the same thing had Excursions, blazers, etc.. But the Suburban was the favorite.
There are some business I have seen with an H2
(mostly tattoo parlors and gyms for some reason), but for a serious buisiness I think the economics of an H2
would suck, like flying a 767 between DAY
Things were better when it was two guys in a dorm room.