This pickup truck was redesigned for 2007 with more power and features. Avalanche is essentially a version of the crew cab Chevrolet Suburban SUV with cabin Midgate time separation of cargo. Midgate lowering the bed extends to 8.2 m by 5.3. Restores model semitone 1500, three-quarter ton 2500 is stopped.
Avalanche can accommodate up to six years and comes in LS, LT and LTZ. A 3.5-liter V8 320 hp replaces generation from 2002-2006 ‘s 295-hp 5.3 V8. A 310-hp 5.3, which can operate on average E85 ethanol fuel is called, is an option without charge for 2WD models and standard on 4WDs. Optional on LT and LTZ is a 6.0-liter V8 366 hp. All engines have GM’s Active Fuel Management cylinder deactivation. A 4-speed automatic transmission.
Avalanche is available with rear-wheel drive or 4WD that can be left engaged on dry roads and includes low-range. ABS and traction / traction control with rollover sensors are standard. GM Car Ride-leveling suspension is standard on LTZs, optional on the LTS. LTS is also available with Chevy’s Z71 suspension Off-Road package. Among the new features available with side curtain airbags covering both rows of seats including the deployment of capital. New also available: rear obstacle detection and rearview camera. Options include a navigation system and DVD entertainment.
Automotive places each vehicle to one of 18 classes based on the price scale and market position. Pickup trucks have traditionally been large selection of heavy vehicles and trailer hitch. They offer a variety of cab styles and bed lengths and usually feature powerful V8 or diesel engines. Personal use, keep the light of a half-ton models. Heavy or commercial use, to keep the model of three-quarters, or one tonne.
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