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Dealer Buyback Z71 Tahoe


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My Z71 Tahoe starting making terrible clunking noises at 14,000 miles. Take it in and of course it's lifters. After my truck sat at the dealership for 2 weeks and being told it could be months due to a national backorder on parts, I halfway joking asked if they'd be interested in buying the vehicle. 15 minutes later they offered me $72k for my Tahoe which only had an original sticker price of $68k. SOLD.....Duramax High Country Tahoe on the way. Hope these new 3.0 diesel's don't have a many problems as the 5.3's!!!

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On 12/15/2021 at 9:31 PM, BlaineBug said:

Crazy isn't it?  I thought the Suburban/Tahoe/Silverado used to be the working man's trucks.  Now they cost $70,000.  (Median/average US salary is what, around $60,000?)

If you adjust for inflation  they've never really been all that cheap

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9 minutes ago, Mandalorian said:

If you adjust for inflation  they've never really been all that cheap

I feel as though their cost has outpaced inflation, yet quality and longevity have decreased (with the exception of increasingly flashy first glance appearances.)

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