In the newer one, look at the pics, see how the rims are rusted? Should I be worried about that, or can that come off?they both appear to be good deals the main differences i see are the first has some sort of extended warranty which is a plus and it only rear wheel drive
while the second is all wheel drive and you being in Chicago this is a plus for the winter and it is a year newer just my :m2:
lol... yeah, it would come out, but always nice to have!I would thing that the second one would be a better choice also basec on the AWD in that you are in Chicago; plus it has Nav; of course with your awesome system you probably would not leave that in anyway:bonk:
The second one. It's got AWD, Nav and is a year newer. Although the first one does have a back seat DVD system and fewer miles (per year) than the second...I'd still go with #2.
Well, i'm not too worried about warranty, my dad has a mechanic shop. So all my work gets done by him.The first one has a warranty. With the way trailblazers are sometimes I would think it wouldn't even be a choice between a warranty and one without one. AWD is good to have i know but there are so many things that can happen. There are problems with the tranny you always hear SS guys complain about and without a warranty that could become an expensive fix. :m2:
Alright, I guess 1 mile is fine since this will be my DD and it will come in handy in the winter!the rust on the rims is likely just surface rust and brake dust i would not be worried about it. and for MPG, RWD tend to have a slight advantage over AWD but only a slight difference like 1 mile more per gallon if that. i would go with choice 2(2007) myself.
I'm going to low ball them a bit, to see how much they'll drop.plus you could use the surface rust to try to get them to drop a couple hundred off the price or convince them clean it off before you will buy it