Chevrolet Avalanche Hope to be Produced

For more than a decade, Chevrolet offered its customers the Avalanche utility vehicle with the versatility of a pickup and the interior comfort of an SUV. A unique truck, the Avalanche ensured maximum comfort/utility for owners and ‘considerable’ sales for Chevrolet. Unfortunately, its production was discontinued after 2013. However, this had little effect on its popularity and sales. The Chevrolet Avalanche is still a highly sought after vehicle and there’s good reason for it. With the Chevrolet Avalanche, you get the passenger capacity of an SUV and the cargo hauling capabilities of a pickup. The top-trim LTZ, the mid-level LT, and the base LS are the three trim levels of the Chevrolet Avalanche. An impressive truck, the Chevrolet Avalanche is a versatile and spacious vehicle. As far as pickup vehicles are concerned, the Chevrolet Avalanche is among the best of them. The things that make the Avalanche a great vehicle to own include its power packed engine, driving position, spacious backseat, truck bed utility, storage options, noiseless ride, and high-quality interior. Let’s look at these things in a bit more detail.

Chevrolet Avalanche front

Chevrolet Avalanche – Exterior Worth Noticing:

 The exterior of the Chevrolet Avalanche is definitely worth looking at. A folding Midgate bulkhead separates the cargo bed from the cabin. The cargo length of this vehicle is 63 inches. However, you can increase the length to 98 inches by opening the Midgate and folding the second-row seat. Along the bed walls of the truck bed, you’ll find storage boxes and a protective liner. Furthermore, an optional three-piece interlocking cargo cover is also available. The 2013 version of the vehicle features black diamond badging. Other exterior features of this pickup truck from Chevrolet include standard fog lamps, aggressive-looking front grille, big body-colored wheels and chrome plated running boards.

Interior with good technological features:

The padded and high-positioned seats of this pickup truck ensure two things—a good view out and a comfortable travel. The interior of new Avalanche features a massive center console. The console separates the front and rear seats and features generous storage compartments. There is a good amount of leg and headroom in the rear seats. You can increase the space in the rear cabin further by opening the folding Midgate and folding the rear seats back. You also have the option of removing the rear glass.

The pickup truck comes with an array of technological and entertainment features. This includes keyless remote entry, a leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel, a six-speaker audio system, cruise control, a security system, automatic headlamps and power windows, auto-dimming rearview mirror, automatic air-conditioning, ultrasonic reverse sensing, navigation, intermittent wipers, rain-sensing wipers, a rear defroster, adjustable pedals, power sunroof and a rear-seat entertainment system.

Chevrolet Avalanche interior

Chevrolet Avalanche – Power Packed Engine:

There is only one engine available with the Avalanche and that is a Vortec 5.3-liter V8 engine which churns out a healthy 320 hp. The engine has a six-speed Hydra-Matic transmission. Thanks to its Active Fuel Management Technology, the engine of Avalanche can run on four cylinders under appropriate light-loud conditions. This helps the vehicle to save fuel. An aluminum block features in the 4WD (four- wheel drive) while an iron-block engine is present in the 2WD (two-wheel drive). An impressive level of handling and ride refinement is what the Avalanche offers its drivers. This is something you won’t find in many other vehicles in the same category.

Chevrolet Avalanche side

Chevrolet Avalanche – Hope to be Produced:

The Avalanche Chevrolet is a pickup driver’s dream. Unfortunately, its production was discontinued after 2013. Some sources claim that vehicle will make a return in 2017. However, a worthy replacement for this model is the new GMC Sierra All Terrain X model.