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1998 C2500 Suburban Utility Prices

This Crew Cab 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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1998 GMC C2500 Suburban Utility Pricing

Mileage Dealer Trade-In Value Consumer Resale Value
Rough Average Clean Excellent
120,001 - 130,000
$1,398 $1,998 $2,498 $4,173
130,001 - 140,000
$1,148 $1,748 $2,248 $3,923
140,001 - 150,000
$916 $1,516 $2,016 $3,691
150,001 - 160,000
$701 $1,301 $1,801 $3,476
160,001 - 170,000
$504 $1,104 $1,604 $3,279
170,001 - 180,000
$324 $924 $1,424 $3,099
180,001 - 190,000
$162 $762 $1,262 $2,937
190,001 - 200,000
$18 $618 $1,118 $2,793
200,001 - 210,000
($64) $536 $1,036 $2,711
210,001 - 220,000
($64) $536 $1,036 $2,711
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