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About jack2448

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  1. Thanks for the input. The Suburban is flawless. The crystal red paint and the cocoa dune interior don't show from the miles on it. I would guess it had 60k miles based on the looks. I have done my research and was happy with the price, until reading on this forum what others paid for newer model years and less miles. I work in the auto industry so replacing drive train and parts don't worry me too much.
  2. Hello everyone, I am currently pending purchase of a 2015 Chevy Suburban LTZ with 100k miles. It is essentially the "perfect" Suburban for me, with the color and interior, and towing package with 3.42 gears. I have looked through the forum boards and understand issues with the 2015 year, but based on my current worn out Suburban needing replaced, I am under the gun. The dealer is asking $30k, which I was able to get down to $28.5k. I searched nationwide on several sites and I am unable to find this setup at a lower cost. I wish I could upgrade to a 2016+ but i don't have time to have one fall into my lap. Is that an ok price? I see others on the site buying newer model years with less miles for the same price, not sure what I am missing here?
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