yeah it’s weird those early 00s in the Tahoe and a Burban had some really neat and luxe interiors for what they were. Hen thwy regressed around bailout time to stay afloat and didn’t really fix it until the re build in 15/16 and went way too far the other way where they are 70k sticker..The interior.... these trucks went to market as GM was going out of business. There aren't any fancy cubby holes or hidey places or nice finishes. If you've had a GM car from the 80s, you pretty much know what to expect. They're kind of dinosaurs in a way. That's good and bad.
I have seen some 2018 3500 burbs for sale to the public at a local dealer. "Pre-owned with 600mi". Extremely rare occurence though, I agree.
I have a 8.1 and it doesn't make that much power. I'd be curious to try your 2020 for comparison.
Mine doesn't burn any. I guess I'm lucky.
Yeah, this one does. It's cleaner than the Carmax one, too.I wonder if these have the 1/4” steel skid plate like ours.
Asia motors/Chicago motors were bidding online at one we were checking out at auction in Richmond. ‘13, silver, 43k miles, they pushed price to up 37k. Local guy got it for 37,5, and turned around and advertised it at his dealership for $43k!!!!!! The first bid was above our max hahaYeah, this one does. It's cleaner than the Carmax one, too.
That place in Madison has several that look like ex-DHS or LEO, varying years but the condition is similar on all. Asia Motors and Chicago Motors have a bunch (as usual), but not local.
It all depends on how they were used. Oftentimes, the black ones with (p)leather interiors sat in a garage in Arlington for most of their lives. If you look at the Carfax, it's a bunch of trips to the dealership for dead batteries.I've looked at that one repeatedly...wonder how many hours the low mileage motor has?
Missing a key element (front axle)I've always wondered for you guys wanting a 3/4 ton suburban, how about an express van? They seem like a HUGE bang for buck deal out there. Kinda like a hidden gem. Same drivetrain and more room inside.
I've always wondered for you guys wanting a 3/4 ton suburban, how about an express van? They seem like a HUGE bang for buck deal out there. Kinda like a hidden gem. Same drivetrain and more room inside.