Basically, I’m looking at used 2003 Tahoes. I’ve narrowed it down to two, both of them on separate used car lots in different locations (one is local, the other is an hour away).
The local dealership has a 2003 Z71 tahoe w/110k miles, all accessories work, no mechanical problems, 4×4 works, etc etc…they want ,000 for it (which doesn’t include taxes or fees or anything, so probably ,000).
The other dealership has a 2003 LT Tahoe with 90,000 miles, everything works, 4×4, etc etc… They were asking ,000 for it initially, but I got it down to ,500 out the door (good deal right?)
Well, I’d rather get the local one instead and not have to drive an hour for the other one. So, what are the chances that this local dealer would match the price of the non-local Tahoe? It’s a Z71 2003 yes, but has 20,000 more miles on it…soooo… What do you think? Thankks!!
John – thank you very much for your answer, I DO have proof because the non-local dealer printed out the sheet that shows the sale price, all fee prices, and then the final price on it. I took a copy of that, as well as the Kelly Blue Book sheet he gave me showing how much below price he was. Thanks!