I'm looking to get a 2004 Suburban 1500 LT with 199 plus miles... The seller is asking for $7500... Is that a ok deal for that year and miles...
The interior and exterior is immaculate if there is any doubt is the high mileage.... I think
it's mostly highway miles...
Top price for a 2004 Suburban 1500 LT is around $11,000 for excellent condition with LOW mileage. The higher the mileage the lower the asking price. The best I could come up with is 145K miles, looks good condition for $4500. You can get a crate engine for around $3500 ready to run. These are gas hogs remember. But if it is what you want, ask to drop the price to cover the cost of a drop in crate engine. Something this old will need a lot of replacement parts. Shocks, hoses, filters, belts, timing belts, wheel bearings, and some electronic things may also go out. So be prepared. If you want it, go for it, but with that high mileage, ask for a price drop.
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