2007 Chevy Suburban 2500lt on 2040-cars
Canaan, Connecticut, United States
For sale is a very clean and Rare Chevy Suburban 2500 LT. 6.0 engine, auto trans, 78000 miles, leather interior with power driver and passenger seats, heated front and rear seats, Power windows and sunroof, Power rear gate, Navigation radio with Lockpick installed (this allows you to play DVD's from the front while driving and output also goes to the rear screen with audio through stereo..also unlocks navigation while driving), Power tow mirrors (also have smaller factory mirrors that can go with vehicle), 4" Rancho suspension lift, 20" wheels with 33" tires, dual exhaust, trailer hitch, brake controller. Tires at about 40%.
I hate to sell this, but need a truck to pull 5th wheel trailer.
Chevy discontinued the 3/4 Ton Suburban in 2011 and they are getting harder to find. If you need a nice family vehicle with the ability to tow, a 2500 Suburban is right for you.
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