: Can I have a 2005 Escalade EXT? (For a good price)



easter9053
03-28-09, 01:25 PM
Been doing some extensive searching for one this past week and a half. So far,what I have found are all 185 miles away from me in my town or more from Memphis Tn. What I have discovered is that some of the EXT's have navigation in them and some do not. Some have chrome stock 17 in wheels and some have aluminum. I would like a 2005 model or maybe an 2004 with miles from 60,000 to 85,000 and a price range of $17,500 to 19,500. Of course the EXT would come standard with all the other bells and whistles including a sunroof, hopefully.

Am I fairly much asking for too much or am I in the right price range? I looked up the KBB $25,000 for one that had all Nav and sunroof, chrome rims at roughly 70,000 miles.

Spittin Game
03-28-09, 02:27 PM
The EXT came out in 02, why only looking for 04-05 model year?

What Ive noticed is that the Escalades atleast around here are selling for a lot more than they were just a few months ago. Not sure why.

haullin
03-28-09, 02:57 PM
Gas prices went down...

luxurylife33
03-28-09, 06:55 PM
Look for 03-06 EXT's. They are basically the same with the exception of a few minor interior differences between 03-04 and 05-06. I picked up an 03 EXT with 70k miles, Nav, and chrome stocks for $14000. I got a fairly good deal though, keep your eyes peeled.... dont rush to buy anything, i shopped around for a good 3 months before i bought mine.

O, and the 02's are yuck, no steering wheel radio controls, ugly seats, no navi, etc.

easter9053
03-28-09, 09:13 PM
Yeah, I pretty much narrowed out the 02's and looking for a '03 to '05. Mainly because I feel '06's are out of my price range topping off at $20,000 and that's including taxes and registration.

Spittin Game
03-28-09, 09:28 PM
and the 02's are yuck, no steering wheel radio controls, ugly seats, no navi, etc.

The steering wheel should have controls in an 02, just a diff looking wheel.

edit: I see what you meant about the seats, your talking about the suround on teh front being not all one complete piece.