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#387 of 479 Need Help Pricing 2000 GMC Savana/Sherrod EVO 2 High Top Conversion
Sep 30, 2005 (8:01 am)
Hi! I'm hoping someone can help me out here. We have a 2000 GMC Savana/Sherrod EVO 2 High-top Conversion van with 48,000 miles. It is 8 cyl. and has the following options: Anti lock brakes, Cruise control, Power locks, windows and mirrors, Driver & Passenger airbags, Power Seats, Front & rear air conditioning, Leather seats, Fully reclining captain chairs, Rear seat converts to 3 section bed, AM/FM stereo with CD and Cassette player, Rear audio with CD player, TV, VCP. Also has a transferable VEHICLE MECHANICAL REPAIR AGREEMENT/Limited Power Train 6 years or 80,000 miles (warranty was taken out on 01/10/2001). The van has a clear title and we are looking to sell. It's been a great vehicle, but we need to down size. CAN ANYBODY HELP ME DETERMINE A VALUE? Conversion vans seem to be so hard to price! I really appreciate any advice anyone can offer. Thanks in advance!
#390 of 479 1999 Chevy Express Conversion Van Is it Worth $10,000?
Nov 01, 2005 (9:51 am)
It has 80k miles, it is a conversion van, extended size, 1500, holds 7 or 8 people, but it is a flat top, Sherrod EVO I. It has no TV, cloth interior, towing package, running boards. I'm not really sure why it's a conversion van, since it doesn't have so many of the extras, but it is one. It's well taken care of and I know the owners. I do not want to insult them, but the best I can verify is about $8000. KBB lists low, NADA is high, the loan folks don't care, and ebay has high bidders about 6600. AutoTrader.com has lots of folks asking about $10,000, but I don't know if they are actually getting it. Please. Any help is appreciated.
#391 of 479 Re: Need Help Pricing 2000 GMC Savana/Sherrod EVO 2 High Top Conversion [jah3]
by Claire@Edmunds HOST
Nov 01, 2005 (9:52 am)
While we don't allow buying and selling in our Forums, you're likely to get some feedback about the value of your van in one of the discussions in our Smart Shopper Forum. You might also try the vehicle pricing options at Edmunds.com -- just click the Used VEhicles tab to get started.
#395 of 479 Where do we sell these "conversion vans"
Dec 07, 2005 (1:47 pm)
I know this must be a age old question on this site. But I have a 2003 Gmc Regency high top package. It stickered for $57,100 in 2003 but we paid $46,000 for it. Now I want to sell it with 44,000 miles on it and it is worth nothing.
Where do we sell our Fancy Conversion Vans????