2003 Gmc Yukon - Bend Oregon

2003 GMC Yukon XL SLT low mileage
  • 2003 GMC Yukon XL SLT low mileage
  • 2003 GMC Yukon XL SLT low mileage
  • 2003 GMC Yukon XL SLT low mileage
  • 2003 GMC Yukon XL SLT low mileage
  • 2003 GMC Yukon XL SLT low mileage
  • 2003 GMC Yukon XL SLT low mileage
Price $11,000
Bend, Oregon, USA
  • Country United States
  • Posted 3 years ago
  • Ad Type Car
  • State Oregon
  • City Bend
  • Make Gmc
  • Model Yukon
  • Year 2003
  • Condition Used
  • Color Black
  • Mileage 89.300
  • Body Type Suv
  • VIN 3GKFK16T93G174679
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2003 GMC Yukon XL SLT low mileage

Full time 4WD with part time low gear mode Leather interior Tow package 6 disc CD changer Factory overhead DVD player / rear seat entertainment OnStar and satellite radio ready We replaced the complete A/C system just a couple of years ago. The 6 CD changer was sent out for a complete internal rebuild with new parts. We had the transmission serviced about 10,000 miles ago (a source of trouble if not attended to). The serpentine belt is newish. Regularly maintained and has never given us any trouble. Other than some cosmetic blemishes (scratches in the paint here and there), this truck is in excellent shape. We are the second owners (to the best of my knowledge). The interior is in great shape. Overall, the gray carpets look great, but there are a few shadows of stain here and there, mostly in the back rows. We've always had the mats down, so the actual carpet has seen very little wear. The entertainment system works great. The DVD is a factory rear-seat set up. We've never used the remote, but the kids have zoned out to it on a few road trips. The tires are near the end of their life. There's no wear through and enough tread to drive on, but only just. If it was still my driver, I'd get new rubber for winter roads. The driver's preferences memory (seat position, mirrors, audio, climate, digital info display) is showing it's age. It still works, but occasionally decides to pick settings all it's own. The only mechanical issue is the automatic ride height system. There is an electronic notice on the dash that tells us to "service" it, but there has been no change in the ride. We don't tow, but two separate mechanics have told me that's when you'd notice a difference. Our mechanic couldn't find anything worth worrying about but advised us to replace it with conventional shocks when the shocks themselves fail. Apparently they're better any way. Message me with any questions and I'll answer as quickly as possible.