There's only one thing I like more than a modded truck. Can you guess what that is? A modded truck for sale near me! Up for sale is a blown and lifted, yet utterly dignified, 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe in beautiful condition with 55,000 miles on the odometer and an asking price of $65,000. I know that's a lot of money but this is a top notch build with tons of great parts that is tastefully done. Check it out.
First, let's see what this baby has under the hood. The seller didn't specify but this year Tahoe came with a 5.3 liter Vortec 5300-series V-8 as standard equipment. A Whipple supercharger was then fitted atop the motor with stainless steel shorty headers, a 3.5 inch MagnaFlow free flow exhaust, AFE cold air intake, and MSD wires. Is it unnecessary? You'll have to be the judge but that's what the license plate seems to imply. I think not. Let's move on.
But it's what's underneath and within the car that really stands out ... and above! The Tahoe has a 12 inch purple powder coated (say that 10 times fast) BulletProof lift kit, Spohn control arms, Hotchkis front and rear sway arms, Wilwood front and rear disc brakes, and front and rear rebuilt diffs with 4.10 gears. This baby must dig!
Thankfully, the owner didn't go overboard with graphics and questionable fins and flares. The chrome was deleted which looks fantastic set against the gray paint. And, the taillights, brake lights and LEDs are smoked giving the outside of the car a clean and menacing look. And fitted to 22 inch Fuel wheels are 38 inch Nitto Trail Grapplers. The wheels are well matched to the feel and theme of the vehicle too. This thing is probably a lot of fun off-road with the whole family on board to boot!
Inside the car it's mostly stock and thoroughly well-kept. It has leather seats in fine shape, the Bose stereo package, rear Captain's chairs, and third row power folding seats. The one non-stock item is an Autometer gauge to keep track of boost and that seems appropriate.
The seller is open to reasonable offers so maybe you can nibble him or her down a bit. Buckle up.