|Make||Avg Price||Last 30 Days|
|2002 Chevrolet Avalanche||$7,806||+2.34%|
|2003 Chevrolet Avalanche||$8,300||-2.02%|
In LS trim with rear-wheel drive the 2011 Chevrolet Avalanche has a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting around $37,000. A mid-level Avalanche LT stickers for a few thousand more, while a fully-loaded LTZ with four-wheel drive can pass the $55,000 mark.
It is generally considered that the 2013 model year is the best option for a Chevy Avalanche. This was the final year of the second generation and Chevrolet had fixed all the issues that existed in previous years. They even released a black diamond edition which was the most luxurious Avalanche that was ever made.
How Reliable Is a Chevrolet Avalanche? For a fullsize SUV, the Chevrolet Avalanche has decent reliability. RepairPal gives it an average 3/5 reliability rating, ranking it 8th out 14 fullsize trucks for reliability.
The Avalanche rolls into its final year of production in 2013 and is commemorated with the Black Diamond Avalanche. It features body-color bed surrounds, a unique badge on the sail panel of every vehicle produced, additional features on LS and LT models, and lower prices across the lineup.
Even though the Chevy Avalanche can’t pull most fifth wheels, it can tow plenty of smaller RV trailers. This list includes travel trailers, and pop-up, teardrop, and hybrid campers.
The Avalanche is a big truck design sitting on a Suburban chassis, so you’d figure the mpg of this behemoth would be awful. But, it’s actually not bad. The 2013 Avalanche with a V8 was able to get 15 mpg city, 21 mpg highway, and 17 mpg combined.
In April 2012, General Motors announced it was discontinuing the Chevrolet Avalanche, much to the disappointment of owners and fans. … Since then, many believe low sales volume was behind the decision to cut the Avalanche’s run short.
Is a Chevrolet Avalanche Good in the Snow? Weighing 7,200 lbs., the Avalanche’s large size keeps it stable in snow and slush. … Because the undercarriage is quite distant from the road, the Avalanche can ford through packed snow, slush and snow with ease.
|Class||Full-size pickup truck|
|Body style||4-door pickup truck|
|Layout||Front engine, rear-wheel drive / Four-wheel drive|
|Truck||Original MSRP / Price||Engine|
|Avalanche 1500 5dr Crew Cab 130′ WB LS||$34,010 / N/A||8 Cylinder|
|Avalanche 1500 5dr Crew Cab 130′ WB LT||$34,010 / N/A||8 Cylinder|
|Avalanche 1500 5dr Crew Cab 130′ WB Z66||$34,010 / N/A||8 Cylinder|
|Avalanche 2500 5dr Crew Cab 130′ WB 4WD LS||$38,420 / N/A||8 Cylinder|
The easiest way to tell the difference between a 1500 and 2500 Chevy truck is to look at the VIN numbers of both, and check the sixth digit. If the sixth digit is a “1”, the truck is a 1500, if it is a “2”, the truck is a 2500.
|2021 GMC Sierra 1500 AT4 Crew Cab 4WD||2013 Chevrolet Avalanche LS Black Diamond Edition 4WD|
|Powertrain||10-Speed Automatic 10-Speed Automatic 10-Speed Automatic||6-Speed Automatic|
|Drivetrain||4X4 4X4 4X4||4X4|
|Fuel Economy, City||22 MPG 14 MPG —||15 MPG|
The luxury sport/utility truck (SUT) is equipped with the same 345-hp 6.0L V-8 as the Escalade, “making it the most powerful SUT (sport utility/truck) in the world,” says Gary White, General Motors Corp.’s vehicle line executive for full-size trucks. …
The LTZ trim model is quite expensive as it comes armed with additional features. Full Form. LT stands for Luxury Touring. LTZ stands for Luxury Touring Z (connoting the highest trim level available in the market).
|Cargo length – bed, Midgate closed (in / mm):||63.3 /1609.1|
|Cargo width at wheelhouse (in / mm):||50.0 / 1270.4|
|Cargo height – max. inside w/ Midgate open (in / mm):||47.4 / 1204.7|
|Cargo height – open bed (in / mm):||25.0 / 634.7|
|Cargo height – w/bed cover (in / mm):||22.6 / 574.5|
What made the Chevy Avalanche so special. The Chevy Avalanche was one of the first trucks to come in a crew cab model. People could suddenly have the convenience and power of a pickup truck with a full-size rear seat, giving enough space to seat the whole family.
The Chevrolet Avalanche only has a 5′ bed and the bed rails further limit turning clearance therefore you would most likely be limited to a 45 degree or less turn with a 5th wheel or gooseneck trailer which is just not safe. There are also no 5th wheel or gooseneck hitch options for this vehicle.
|2013 Chevrolet Avalanche 1500 4WD|
|Cost to Drive 25 Miles||E85: $4.62|
|Cost to Fill the Tank||Gas: $107|
|Tank Size||31.5 gallons|
Filters. A panel, forming the rear of the cab of a truck, that can be folded away to make more space.
Z71 is just the Rpo for the Off Road suspension. Just like Z60 is performance suspension, z85 is towing suspension. Basically z71 is shocks, skid plates, and stickers.
The Chevy Avalanche comes with a standard 5.3-liter V8 engine that generates 320 horsepower. … Earlier models come with a four-speed automatic transmission, while a six-speed automatic transmission became standard starting with the 2009 Avalanche. Rear-wheel drive is standard and four-wheel drive is optional.
The difference between LT and LTZ is simply the standard options that are included on the truck. Generally speaking, the LT model has cloth seats whereas the LTZ model comes standard with leather.
No, sorry, Z66 is the towing/on road package on the 2WD Avalanches. All 4WD Avalanches are “Z71” equipped. The Z71 package is the offroad package. They all have skid plates, bilstein shocks, and I believe an Air Filtration system for the A/C.
Avalanche 1500 models are powered by a 5.3-liter Vortec V8 producing 285 horsepower and 325 pounds-feet of torque. It comes with the 4L60-E four-speed automatic transmission and is rated to tow 8200 pounds with 2WD, 7900 pounds with 4WD.Oct 30, 2002
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