I special-ordered my Z71 Tahoe in May of 2013. Apparently at the time, not a single one existed in the country with a rear bench seat, white Z71 with the luxury / sun / entertainment package...so I ordered it. It will be paid off next month and I'm seriously considering trading it in for a 2019/2020 before the new body style comes out in 2021. It has 67k on it and there is nothing wrong at all and has given me virtually a complete troublefree life; minus the dashboard replacement (out of pocket $$$) and a few minor things. GMEPP warranty until 03/2020 and will buy an aftermarket warranty once that has expired if I keep it. Just installed new Duratrac 285's, Bilstein 5100's, rotors/pads and have been super tight on the maintenance, if not an overkill in that department. Dealers have offered between 22-24k trade in since it is so clean. Average on 23k positive equity and the purchase price on a new one of around 53-54k. I would finance roughly 34k @ 72 mo 4.2% and most likely pay it off early. I did purchase a 19 RST 5.3 for my wife not long ago and so far so good. Fuel mileage is light years above my 13 and even with an aggressive Blackbear Tune on my 13, the 19 is much more quick. Running non-ethanol in both vehicles the 2013 gets 14c/17-19hwy and the 19 gets 18c/25+hwy On the 19, I don't like all the exterior plastic on *everything* The door sill, mirrors and front grill seem totally cheap crap plastic and remains a concern for longevity. If I decide to keep it, I will most likely have it another 6-8 years and give it to my Son when he can drive. It seems rare that a vehicle is paid off and has positive equity as everyone I have spoken to says they roll over negative equity into a new car loan. Crazy. Thoughts?