The Chevrolet Avalanche that was first introduced in the past 2001 and experienced a facelift in 2007 will soon be ended by General Motor. In addition Chevrolet has introduced a special edition dubbed as 2013 Avalanche Black Diamond to mark the end of production.
Just to remind you, the Avalanche was the first car in its range to join the passenger full- size SUV with the cargo capability of a pickup truck. Moreover nearly 580,000 unit Avalanches have been sold out since its introduction in 2001. The car also has reaped some record in several awards and won recognitions for its run.
The Avalanche was one of the first of its kind to combine the passenger-comfort traits of a full-size SUV with the cargo capability of a pickup truck. Michelle Krebs who is the senior analyst, Edmunds commented that the Chevrolet Avalanche was one of the former forays into re- inventing the traditional pickup truck. It was a versatile for the owners for personal use but is also a car that retained the original truck character and ability. The competitors indeed produced the other variations on the theme following the Avalanche’s premiere.
Now, the company is ready to end the Avalanche’s final model year with the Black Diamond package added with body- colored bed surrounds and an exclusive logo attached on the sail panel. The LS and LT models also get some extra equipment with lowered prices.
The LS boasts a rear camera, rear park assist, power adjustable pedals, fog lamps and remote start as standard. However, the LT model just gains a rear camera as standard feature.
Although gaining some additional features, the company stated that the prices have been lowered by $2,500. You can grab the 2WD Avalanche LS with a tag price of $35,980 including $995 dealer freight charge.
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