I purchased my Avalanche about a week
ago, and I have loved it ever since.
It is everything that the brochures say
it is; a very versatile, accomodating,
comfortable SUV that I can drive to
work during the week and load up with
all kinds of stuff on the weekends
(like mulch, lumber, my Great Dane,
etc.)! I only wish I had a longer
commute to work; when I finally get
there, I find myself wanting to keep
The DIC (driver information center) is
essentially an option previously
included on the Cadillac EXT version,
now included in the 2003 model. The
darker body cladding; The improved
heated front seats, offering the option
of heating the seat cushion, the seat
back, or both.
None at this time; I just want to be
able to drive it more (only a 150 miles
so far in 1 week of owning it)!!
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