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advice on used 2002 k2500

Discussion in 'Chevy Trucks' started by david-nh, Feb 23, 2003.

  1. david-nh

    david-nh Member
    Messages: 40

    hello all my dealer has a 2002 k2500extended with 29.400 miles it has the 6.0 liter engine its loaded power / cd ect/ and a 8 foot fisher minute mount two they are asking 28.995 i am thinking about checking it out i was allready getting information on new 2500.s but thought this might be worth looking at. any opions or information would be great . thanks all/ david n.h.
  2. Earthscapes

    Earthscapes Senior Member
    from WNY
    Messages: 577

    For that price and mileage, your better off buying new. If you buy before the 28th you can save with GM's rebate. Just to give you an idea i paid $30,855 for mine in May
  3. Arc Burn

    Arc Burn PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,141

    I am looking at a 2002 chevy 2500HD ext.cab with the Duramax diesel,auto,4x4,loaded with leather,22k miles just off lease,truck is mint for $29,995.I think thats a pretty good price but still a close call versus new.
  4. John DiMartino

    John DiMartino PlowSite.com Veteran
    Messages: 2,154

    david,get the service history on that truck.A lot of 6.0 owners cant stand the oil consumption and/or piston knocks they haver,and get rid if them.A have few friends that have traded in their 6.0 trucks to get the same exact truck,but with a Duramax.Just be prepared for the usual 6.0 issues,and you should be fine.I agree you may be better off with a new one,besides the 8 ft fisher while a good plow wouldnt be my choice on a new truck.Get what you want,its your $$.
  5. LB Landscaping

    LB Landscaping Senior Member
    from Maine
    Messages: 324

    I gotta agree with Earthscapes, for that kind of money your not far from the new ones. They have a ton of rebates and incentives going making them very attractive.
  6. Used vs New

    The lower interest rates on a new vehicle would also be a big factor. Interest rates on used vehicles are up there.
  7. myo

    myo Senior Member
    Messages: 193

    I think a new truck with no history would be a better deal. I agree with everyone