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The Originating Dealership Gave Me The History Report

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by RobDenali, Oct 13, 2020.

  1. petethepug

    petethepug Full Access Member

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    2017 XL with all that Ppwk is awesome. Some owners ignore a lot of issues. Your truck came from an owner that really cared about the value and condition of the vehicle.

    We got our 08 Denali XL in 14 from the Orig owner via a Mopar Dealer for $19k @ 96k miles. It was in crazy good shape. With a service contract in hand, we did the same thing your previous owner did. Take it to the dealer or Indi tech for every iota covered for the six years and 40k miles we had it.

    We sold it last May for $12.5k w/ 140k miles armed with tons of Ppwk and in better shape than when we got it. Congrats on the cream puff truck!


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    Besides the free oil changes I get, sending the ecu back to Callaway has been my only service visit in two years, pretty happy so far
     
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    I have a 15 Suburban LTZ and it has been recalled at least 7 times for various issues. I've spent a hell of a lot of money on this truck. I highly recommend against buying a 15-17 GM truck, nothing but problems with them.
     
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    I had a 2015 and a 2017 Yukon Denali XL. The worst generation GM ever built-never again. I was at the dealer every month or two. I felt like I worked for GM fixing their truck. Transmission out of the truck 2 times, broken AC, tons of issues, unacceptable for an 80 thousand dollar truck. I literally went backwards to the best generation and bought a 2013 Sub LTZ. Fantastic maintence since new. Im well over a year and its one of the best trucks I have ever owned. Not one issue. Havent been to the dealer is over a year??? Im so bored now I call my old service advisor just to say hello.
     

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