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1997 C2500 Suburban Utility Prices

This ST Convertible retails for a specific price but how much will it really fare in a transaction? How much will a dealer give you for a trade-in? How much should you pay for it used? Factor in mileage and condition below for real costs.
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1997 GMC C2500 Suburban Utility Pricing

Mileage Dealer Trade-In Value Consumer Resale Value
Rough Average Clean Excellent
125,001 - 135,000
$862 $1,362 $1,762 $3,237
135,001 - 145,000
$687 $1,187 $1,587 $3,062
145,001 - 155,000
$478 $978 $1,378 $2,853
155,001 - 165,000
$289 $789 $1,189 $2,664
165,001 - 175,000
$120 $620 $1,020 $2,495
175,001 - 185,000
($28) $471 $871 $2,346
185,001 - 195,000
($156) $343 $743 $2,218
195,001 - 205,000
($194) $306 $706 $2,181
205,001 - 215,000
($194) $306 $706 $2,181
215,001 - 225,000
($194) $306 $706 $2,181
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