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Old 02-11-2012, 12:58 PM   #1
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Default Beautiful Family - Tow Vehicle FS: Suburban

If anyone is looking I have a 2011 4x4 3/4Ton Suburban Lt for sale in the fishing and misc. section. Not available until late March or early April.

One day maybe GM will wise up and offer a Dmax - Alli combo in the new Suburban. That would make me a happy man.

http://www.thehulltruth.com/fishing-...-4-ton-lt.html
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Just curious, why are you selling such a new vehicle?
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Just curious, why are you selling such a new vehicle?
I am trying to sell so early because I will be ordering it's replacement....the exact same truck. I absolutely love the truck, its really my wife's and she doesn't put many miles on it. I just want to try to get her into a new one every 6 to 12 months. That is why it isn't available for about 6 weeks, which will give us time to get the new one in.

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Old 02-11-2012, 02:39 PM   #5
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I am trying to sell so early because I will be ordering it's replacement....the exact same truck. I absolutely love the truck, its really my wife's and she doesn't put many miles on it. I just want to try to get her into a new one every 6 to 12 months. That is why it isn't available for about 6 weeks, which will give us time to get the new one in.
That is darn interesting... Does the new car smell wear off or something? Do you not like doing oil changes?

6 months on a new car? The dealership must love you!


I don't get it, but whatever floats your boat..
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It's not about service or smell. I simply thought that it might be appropriate to advertise a great tow vehicle on a website where I continuously see threads started by individuals who doubt and question the abilities of their current vehicle. Not to mention all the threads started by people asking advise on what their next vehicle should be based on their towing needs.
If anyone is interested in saving $7,276.00 on a virtually new and very capable tow vehicle with all the bells and whisles my contact info is in my FS thread in fishing and misc.
Thanks!
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$50K for a used Suburban?
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$50K for a used Suburban?
Yes, or $57,276.00 for one thats 4 months newer with 3000 fewer miles. Your pick.
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I just want to try to get her into a new one every 6 to 12 months.
Wow. Just when you think you've heard it all.

Nice truck, good luck with the sale.
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Yes, or $57,276.00 for one thats 4 months newer with 3000 fewer miles. Your pick.
Was $57,276 the sticker price or negotiated price?
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$7,276.00
$457 a week is mighty expensive rent.
I wonder what Enterprise would charge per week for the same rig ?
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He's been hanging out with too many car salesmen...
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Some more pics added

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You do know you can just refill the washer fluid bottle don't you?

You don't have to buy a new vehicle when it's out.
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You do know you can just refill the washer fluid bottle don't you?

You don't have to buy a new vehicle when it's out.
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He's been hanging out with too many car salesmen...

...my guess is that he IS a car salesman People that have so much money that they can afford to lose money on things like this..just don't do those kinds of things.

Think about sales tax on $57,000 and that puts his "supposed" loss in six months to the $10,000 mark.

car salesman or factory rep are my guesses
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I recall a story about the indians in Oklahoma when oil was discovered on their land. They became incredibly rich. One of them showed up at a car dealership and bought a new Cadillac for cash. A few days later, same indian showed up and bought another Caddy. Few days later, same thing, so the saleman asked him "what are you doing with all those Cadillacs?". Seems the indian drove them until they stopped, didn't realize they could be refilled with gas...

I don't know if the OP is an indian, but I do have reservations about him.
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SNIFF SNIFF

Smell that?

Something smells fishy. How do you NOT be skeptical about this post?
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Why does anyone care why he is selling? Maybe he got a good price, is a dealer, is loaded, etc. Who cares - if someone is looking for this ride and it works for them then everyone is happy!
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Why does anyone care why he is selling? Maybe he got a good price, is a dealer, is loaded, etc. Who cares - if someone is looking for this ride and it works for them then everyone is happy!
Well this is not the for sale forum so it is pretty much open game for questions and comments.
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