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Chevrolet 2021 Suburban
2021 Chevrolet Suburban Z71
52,538 Miles
Asheville, NC
185
days on market
4%
less than similar listings
185
days on market
$55,950
Chevrolet 2020 Tahoe
2020 Chevrolet Tahoe LT
51,130 Miles
Asheville, NC
40
days on market
3%
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40
days on market
$41,500
Toyota 2018 Tundra
2018 Toyota Tundra SR5
70,365 Miles
Asheville, NC
156
days on market
4%
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156
days on market
$36,850
Hyundai 2017 Santa Fe Sport
2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport 2.4L
95,721 Miles
Asheville, NC
7
days on market
16%
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7
days on market
$16,950
GMC 2021 Yukon
2021 GMC Yukon AT4
48,016 Miles
Asheville, NC
86
days on market
6%
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86
days on market
$59,950
Toyota 2023 Sienna
2023 Toyota Sienna XLE 8-Passenger
31,356 Miles
Asheville, NC
60
days on market
10%
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60
days on market
$45,250
Chevrolet 2023 Traverse
2023 Chevrolet Traverse LT Cloth
25,961 Miles
Asheville, NC
115
days on market
3%
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115
days on market
$30,950
Buick 2024 Encore GX
2024 Buick Encore GX Avenir
3,070 Miles
Asheville, NC
142
days on market
1%
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142
days on market
$33,250
Ford 2023 Transit
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2023 Ford Transit 250
41,103 Miles
Asheville, NC
1
day on market
5%
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1
day on market
$43,500
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Chevrolet 2018 Silverado 2500HD
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2018 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD LTZ
73,695 Miles
Asheville, NC
1
day on market
19%
less than similar listings
1
day on market
$39,950
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Chevrolet 2020 Tahoe
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2020 Chevrolet Tahoe LT
84,933 Miles
Asheville, NC
1
day on market
1%
less than similar listings
1
day on market
$36,950
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Nissan 2023 Frontier
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2023 Nissan Frontier SV
40,140 Miles
Asheville, NC
1
day on market
11%
more than similar listings
1
day on market
$32,500
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GMC 2023 Acadia
2023 GMC Acadia Denali
16,059 Miles
Asheville, NC
67
days on market
4%
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67
days on market
$40,950
Ford 2022 F-150
2022 Ford F-150 XLT
48,292 Miles
Asheville, NC
16
days on market
9%
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16
days on market
$43,650
Chevrolet 2019 Silverado 1500
2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 RST
92,563 Miles
Asheville, NC
16
days on market
19%
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16
days on market
$28,850
Chevrolet 2022 Tahoe
2022 Chevrolet Tahoe Z71
47,398 Miles
Asheville, NC
16
days on market
6%
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16
days on market
$56,500
Honda 2021 Ridgeline
2021 Honda Ridgeline Sport
45,148 Miles
Asheville, NC
49
days on market
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49
days on market
$29,950
Toyota 2022 4Runner
2022 Toyota 4Runner SR5
50,106 Miles
Asheville, NC
49
days on market
5%
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49
days on market
$35,150
Jeep 2014 Grand Cherokee
2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo
80,900 Miles
Asheville, NC
250
days on market
5%
less than similar listings
250
days on market
$15,950
Chevrolet 2024 Silverado 1500
2024 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT
3,882 Miles
Asheville, NC
16
days on market
6%
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16
days on market
$53,500

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Yanira
Yanira
Asheville, NC
Asheville, NC Driving Tips
Look out for the moronic drivers that think the speed limit is the number of the route they are on. They also like to weave in and out of traffic. Basically, you have no alternative but to try to keep up with the flow of the traffic or you will get run over.
Asheville, NC Buying Tips
I don't care what city one is in, I feel everyone should ask for the Car Fax. This is at least some protection when buying an unknown quantity. I will say vehicles are very inexpensive in the NC area where I live. Keeping that in mind, I would truly ask for the Car Fax.
Favorite driving memory
The last time I drove on interstate 40, which runs right thru Asheville, it was a Friday afternoon & the traffic was just crazy. Asheville, in the event you don't know, is a very mountainous area -- the interstate doesn't differ either -- just as many mountains, complete with far right lanes for big trucks who are having a bad time with climbing those mountains with a load on. There are really big curves & people exceed the speed limit; it made me wonder if they had a death wish or something. There I am, tooling along in my GMC Envoy, digging on the Bose stereo and trying not to get run over. On the downhill sides of the mountain, the big semi trucks finally get wound up and you got 3 - 4 lanes across in some areas. I had trucks that decided to pull a shuck & jive on the down side of the mountain; one about took off my front quarter panel and I really wondered if the dude was trying to slap me off the road with his back tandems. Then the other maniacs -- mostly with Carolina tags on their vehicles-- are whizzing you and act like 65 or 70 miles per hour is like crawling to them. They cut you off, they refuse to get over if others are entering the highway from an on ramp, they swap lanes like they own all of them, which technically, if they live in NC and pay taxes, they do... anyway, it was extremely stressful and I opted to pick a lane and just try to stay in it until I could negotiate an off ramp. My heart was in my throat by the time I reached my destination and I have decided I will not make the mistake of going thru Asheville, NC on a Friday afternoon ever again. Of course, I have been through there at various times and days of the week and it really isn't much different then, either. There are a bunch of lunatics on the road over there!
Favorite road
None of them!. Interstate 40 runs right thru the heart of Asheville . While the drivers are crazy and the traffic is horrendous at the best of times, the entire stretch of road through Asheville is awesome. You can see the mountains off in the distance, as well as the mountain you are on at that point in time. There are huge long sweeping curves, along with sharper bends in the road and basically, the summer is the best time to go through there. Nobody in their right mind would ever dream of making that particular stretch of road in the middle of a snowstorm, for instance. They have also had some really bad rockslides in that area that have closed the road for months at a time. It is unique & beautiful, but beware of the moronic drivers with death wishes.
Kanesha
Kanesha
Asheville, NC
Asheville, NC Driving Tips
The number one piece of advice I would have for a new comer to the city is to pay attention. Asheville is filled with a generalized population of people who probably shouldn't have their driver's licenses. It doesn't help that the roads can be confusing--particularly downtown with one ways, and crazy lanes that begin and end sporadically. Also, avoid Patton and South Tunnel at all costs during rush hour.
Asheville, NC Buying Tips
I've come to find that people in Asheville are super friendly and honest, even car salesmen. There are a ton of small, independent dealers everywhere. Come to think of it, I don't recall a single corporate dealer in Asheville. This independent and local attitude is indicative of the city itself. I would also highly recommend getting a car with four or all wheel drive, for the hills and the snow.
Favorite driving memory
I love driving through the city at night. The only thing better than that is hopping on the Blue Ridge Parkway and getting high enough in the mountains where you can basically see the whole sky, away from the light pollution. It's absolutely breath taking. The temperature is just right, with a light breeze. It gives one the feeling of truly being free--even if you are just driving through the mountains.
Favorite road
Clingman Ave. This road is absolutely gorgeous. It is lined with houses new and old, and it's a perfect melding of the two worlds--much like the city of Asheville. Clingman Avenue runs from historically preserved downtown Asheville (a very well known part of the city) to the River Arts District (a tucked away Ashevillian secret). The River Arts District is an old industrial part of town that has since been turned into a tucked-away art mecca, filled with small restaurants and art galleries (with an emphasis on glassblowing, at the moment). If you've ever been to Asheville, it's easy to see why this route would be an instant favorite.