Should I buy a one owner from new 2011 Tahoe 4x4 with 98000 miles?
No way in hell that I'd buy a 2011 ANYTHING, Chevy, Toyota..whatever with that kind of mileage. The current owner racked up some serious miles in a short time. I'd pass on this one, if I were you.
Thank you MARK
I would take it if it was cheap enough. It had to have a lot of highway miles. Look up the value on KBB.com
LOL...Who in the heck is Mark???
People see "Mark helpful" at the bottom and think it's a name.
@Oztrucks: This is one of those maybe/maybe not situations. The biggest things to consider are: First, how was it used, and; second, how was it maintained? if it was all highway mileage, it could well be a screaming eagle of a deal, providing it was also maintained as well. Good maintenance combined with highway use equals virtually no wear on anything. Much better than a very low mileage truck that was all short run, in city use. Funny thing is that people will pay a premium for the very low-mileage example that has all sorts of wear and tear, but walk right past a well maintained, high-mileage example that is, mechanically, like new. If the price is good, the condition is good, and the maintenance/repair history is known, grab it. You should pay about 15% under book value because of the mileage, I think.
Should be able to get it for $25500.
That may be a bit high, but not too far out of the ballpark. With that mileage, I was thinking more $20-22,000, but if the deal feels right for the truck, go for it.
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