I've had trucks before, but the
Avalanche jus tops them all. It has a
lot of room for the people in the front
and even in the back, and I just love
the confort of the ride. Is smooth, it
seems like if i'm driving a Cadilac.
the power it has, the automatic
traction control, the independent
climite control, the radio, the
I think it needs a bigger tank of gas.
that's the only thing I would change on
Not a bad truck. I had a K1500, and
this is nicer than that truck, but
still isn't as good as I could
(should) be, especially considering
the price. Workmanship/quality isn't
nearly as good as it should be. I
have upholstery coming unstitched,
rattles and vibrations that can't be
diagnosed, etc. Overall it isn't too
The flexibility of the bed can't be
beat. The hard, 3 piece cover is
nice, as is the midgate feature. I
also like the removable rear window,
and steps and handles in the rear.
2500 Avalanches should have towing
accessories STANDARD! No towing
mirrors, brake controller, etc.
That's crazy. I have a $35,000. truck
with $20. strap on mirrors.
Workmanship sucks. Should come with a
seamstress to fix the seats as they
When I first got the Avalanche I knew
this was going to be a good truck. It
looks great from the inside and out.
Lots of features and it stands out.
There were lots of changes from 2002
to 2003 such as the dash, radio look,
heated seats on your back, BOSE
stereo, and the stereo controls on the
newly designed steering wheel. The
convert a cab is great. Didn't even
know how to take it apart, with no
manual took it apart in under 5
minutes and put it back together in 5
Leather, Sunroof, Convert a Cab,
Power, Ride, Rubber Floor Mats
The dashboard is very boxy. They have
had the design since about 1995. Also
some wood trim would be nice. BOSE
sound system should also come standard.