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doyouquaxu

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Can't find many examples of this body style listed for sale currently.

What would be a fair price for a 2018 2wd with 40k miles that's been 100% civilian owned since new? Never had lights installed, has the full civilian center console, 2nd row cloth seats, stock running board delete, new Nexen tires installed 5k miles ago. Clean title in hand.

Only "modification" besides front window tint is a bolt in mount for a safe in the trunk area which uses the 3rd row seat mounts under the vinyl floor.


Closest example on Chicago Motors except 4wd.
https://chicagomotors.com/230684/2018-Chevrolet-Tahoe


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Can't find many examples of this body style listed for sale currently.

What would be a fair price for a 2018 2wd with 40k miles that's been 100% civilian owned since new? Never had lights installed, has the full civilian center console, 2nd row cloth seats, stock running board delete, new Nexen tires installed 5k miles ago. Clean title in hand.

Only "modification" besides front window tint is a bolt in mount for a safe in the trunk area which uses the 3rd row seat mounts under the vinyl floor.


Closest example on Chicago Motors except 4wd.
https://chicagomotors.com/230684/2018-Chevrolet-Tahoe


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I did a quick KBB estimate based on some guesses, but I think in the $35K range would be reasonable.

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https://www.kbb.com/chevrolet/tahoe/2018/commercial-sport-utility-4d/
 

Miami-Dade

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IMO. 15,000 or so ...but in the market now WHO KNOWS

For 15K you might a 2012-2014 with over 100K hard miles but it probably will not be a good condition. It would be hard to find a 2015 for 15K bucks even with over 100K miles these days.

35K sounds about right.

I did a quick KBB estimate based on some guesses, but I think in the $35K range would be reasonable.

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https://www.kbb.com/chevrolet/tahoe/2018/commercial-sport-utility-4d/
 

LT1ZOB

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Run the vin through Vroom or Camax/Carvana. I bet you’ll get close to 37k without the hassle of dealing with tire kickers. Just sold my 16 LS to Vroom. 0 complaints
 

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