2007 Tahoe LTZ

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L-Town Poke

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Aug 11, 2011
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I have a 2 wheel drive Tahoe that My wife had to have three months ago and now I have to get rid of it due to losing my job in June (see link below). It is in absoutley wonderful shape and has 92xxx miles on it. It is loaded with leather, two rows of bucket seats, 8 way power front seats, lumbar support, dvd player, fold in mirrors, leather, cd changer (in dash) two new tires, new battery, tire pressure sensors, bose speakers, onstar, roof rack, towing pkg, running boards, rear heat and a/c. It is black in color and ha stinted windows (CIA look) The ONLY reason I am having to get rid of it is because of my job situation. I love this vehicle and hate to see it go. $24,000 obo
kbb = $25,000 very good condition

http://www.kbb.com/chevrolet/tahoe/2007-chevrolet-tahoe/ltz-sport-utility-4d/?vehicleid=348720&intent=trade-in-sell&options=4120677|true|4120820|true|4120840|true|4120842|true|4120774|true|4120805|true|4120817|true|4120829|true|4120863|true|4120853|true|4120861|true|4120905|true|4120889|true|4120840|true&mileage=92000&category=suv&pricetype=private-party
 
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To be honest I have never heard of that before right now. From what I have read it basically gives a up to date market value, is that correct ?
Kelley's Blue Book is owned by Autotrader, a company that sells used cars. It's generally considered wildly innaccurate for a real private party value on a car - as the price is always where it profits autotrader the most.

The black book is considered more accurate because it uses real market prices to determine the value of a vehicle.

That being said - people love Tahoes and I'm surprised you haven't sold yours yet. I'd buy it if I had the money.
 

L-Town Poke

can you quack like a duck
Aug 11, 2011
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Kelley's Blue Book is owned by Autotrader, a company that sells used cars. It's generally considered wildly innaccurate for a real private party value on a car - as the price is always where it profits autotrader the most.

The black book is considered more accurate because it uses real market prices to determine the value of a vehicle.

That being said - people love Tahoes and I'm surprised you haven't sold yours yet. I'd buy it if I had the money.
Thanks for the info. I am sure it will sell but I have not tried real hard yet. I absoutley love the Tahoe and might find a way to keep it. Time will tell