So... When kids have been gone for a few years, it's time to upsize the house and the ride, right? Upsized the house last year, so now it was time for the ride. Not sure why, but for the last couple of years my wife has been wanting a Suburban to accomodate those 2-3 times a year Tahoe wasn't quite enough. I tried talking sense to her to stay on a Tahoe, but to no avail. Time to get to work, then. Sold her 2010 Tahoe last Monday after just 10 days on the market and replaced it with a 2015 Suburban LT today. Looked at a few and I think on this one it all clicked the best. Was kind of hoping for butt coolers, but just didn't find something to fit the budget and/or condition. Only heaters on this one, but coolers have been something at least I have been missing since we sold her 07 Escalade some years ago. Oh well, maybe next time. Bought it for 19.5K from second owner who had it since 2016. Has 137K miles, but since 20-23K was our budget, we had to stick with 100K+ miles. Latest two Tahoes (07 and 10) both had roughly the same miles when we bought them, so I'm not afraid of miles. Especially if the truck looks to have been well maintained and based on the records I got with it, that has been the case. Including frequent fluid changes, AC condenser last year, new front/rear brakes and KYB struts in front a couple of months ago. Haven't gone through all the paperwork yet, but those are the main things I noticed. Has had front and rear bumper covers replaced due to parking lot fender benders and the guy even sent me pics of both incidents. Crawled under to see if I can find any marks anywhere and none were found, so didn't hesitate due to those. Also has really clean tan interior with WeatherTech floor covers front and rear. No cover in the cargo area, so need to get one for that since I don't want to get the tan carpet dirty. I'll probably post better pics once the weather cooperates better in the next few days. It's wife's truck, so no big plans for mods etc. Just need to take care of the basics first: catch can, Airaid MIT and DiabLew tune. Tires (22") are getting there, so those will probably also need to be addressed still this year.