Used 2002 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 Pricing


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2002 Highlights

After undergoing a full redesign last year, Chevrolet's heavy-duty one-ton truck gets few changes for 2002. Air conditioning is now standard on all trim levels along with extendable sunshade visors and improved base model radios.

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Pros

  • Class-leading power, superior towing and hauling capacity, unique transmissions.

Cons

  • Spotty build quality,cheap interior materials.

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Used 2002 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 for Sale

Chevrolet Silverado 3500 2002 4dr Crew Cab LT 4WD LB DRW (6.0L 8cyl 4A) Light Pewter Metallic Tan130,386 miles
Used 2002Chevrolet Silverado 3500LT
List:$14,888
Est.Loan: $304/mo

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Sad to part with old friend
It is now time to trade in the Duramax/Chevy. I have not pulled a trailor in the last 18 months so I am getting something smaller (Suburban). I have over 230,000 miles on it, averaged 17 mpg, pulled trailers from TX to 36 states. It brokedown twice. The alternator went out at 200K+ and a wire rubbed in two shorting out the electrical system at 180k+. The injectors were replaced under warranty and that was it, other than routine wear items, brakes, belts, hoses, ball joints. Do not need a truck like this any more but have kept it for 18 months because it is such a good one.
3500 DURAMAX DIESEL dually 4x4
after having Dodge diesel for couple years, this new Chevy truck has huge power when used to tow boat or move building materials, but is very friendly inside with a lot of every day features to make anybody happy.
Good truck
I have had all three brands of trucks. This one hauls and rides the best. As far as reliability, I have been more than pleased. GM hit the right cue when putting this truck together. Duramax/Allison, best combination. I tow a 44 ft trailer @ 26000lbs and get 10-11.5 mpg. I will be hard pressed to go back to a different brand. Great work GM!