2007 Chevrolet Avalanche LS 4dr Crew Cab 4WD SB (5.3L 8cyl 4A)
Went looking at Silverado Classic, but after test drives it was too good to pass up. Much better in every way compared to the Colorado Crew Cab we traded in. Ride was smooth, and quieter at highway speeds. Turning performance and radius is better, with less body lean. Fuel economy is good, averaging 15 city and 20 highway just like the estimates. The interior is well layed out with easy to read guages. The steering wheel audio and cruise controls are excellent features. Visibility is good front and sides, but rear visibility is poor due to the tailgate height, the rear camera would be a nice feature to have. Overall a great move up from the Colorado, wife and I both love this truck!
Steering wheel controls, DIC displays everything, love the new stereo design and function, auto-4wd w/ stability control for driving through mountains.
Adjustable lumbar support for bench seats, driver and passenger. Light titanium interior is too light. Side curtain airbags standard (would gladly pay extra $500). Larger glove box, barely fit owners manual, insurance cards and registration. More storage for bench seat models.
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