For Sale: 2007 Chevrolet Suburban LTZ with 153k miles

Discussion in 'Cars & Trucks For Sale / Trade (Vehicles Only)' started by DirtyBlackHoe, May 31, 2017.

  1. DirtyBlackHoe

    DirtyBlackHoe Bun B, Baracca, Beezer

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    2007 Chevrolet Suburban LTZ with 153,xxx miles
    Graystone Metallic exterior with Black interior
    5.3L/4L60E
    3.73 gears
    Two wheel drive
    Black Leather interior (middle row is bench seats)
    Bose stereo
    Heated seats
    Navigation
    Sunroof
    Backup Camera
    Third row seating
    Towing package
    Rear Entertainment (DVD)

    This is a fully loaded LTZ Suburban. We have owned it for around 3.5 years and have loved every minute of it. My wife took a new job which requires much more driving, so we are looking to get her into a sedan for work. If it wasn't for that we would be keeping this vehicle.

    Recently done:
    Very recently bought tires (85-90% tread)
    Motor mounts
    Front and rear brakes (including rotors)
    Evap
    Spark Plugs and wires

    Only Modifications:
    Custom PCM tune to turn off the AFM (4 cylinder mode) and improve driveability
    Tinted windows
    Catch All Mats in first and second row

    Vehicle no longer has the side moldings. I have brand new painted moldings to go back on the vehicle at time of sale. Also has typical dash cracks. I can get more pictures for anyone interested.

    $12,500 obo

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  2. ScottyBoy

    ScottyBoy The LED Man

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    Nice Burban. Good luck with the sale. I wish I could afford to upgrade. But I am broke and unemployed so I have to just stick with my old ass, paid for 2001 Burban. :(
    I almost bought a 2015 Silverado Crew Cab back in early 2015, drove a rental for almost a month while my wife's car was in the shop, but I quickly realized that I was spoiled to driving an SUV. I went grocery shopping with my wife and when we had to put all the stuff in the bed in the hot sun, we quickly realized that we were too used to the Suburban. That's when I decided that if I ever get the chance to upgrade to a newer truck, it will probably be another Burban or a Yukon XL.
     

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