Going out in style: Commemorating the nameplate's final year of production, the 2013 Chevrolet Avalanche gets Black Diamond badges and special trim, new standard features are included on the LS and LT models and prices are trimmed across the line.
Changes for 2011 are marked by some new paint colors, the addition of body-colored side mirrors on the LS trim and a new two-speed transfer case on the LTZ 4WD, replacing last year's single speed unit.
For 2010, the Avalanche gains a center console mounted USB port, a new single speed transfer case (a two speed unit is optional) and more standard equipment added to the 1LT package.
About Chevrolet Avalanche
2013 Chevrolet Avalanche truck is part
SUV and entirely practical. Its big, roomy cabin is virtually identical to the Chevy Tahoe and Suburban, from the second-row seat forward. Out back is a pint-size 63-inch cargo bed. A unique folding midgate bulkhead between that bed and the flip-down rear seat extends the cargo area into the cabin, providing many more options for hauling bigger loads. Built on the same platform as the Suburban, the 2013 Avalanche full-size truck is endowed with the same strong chassis, ground clearance and available 4-wheel drive (4WD) as its SUV cousin. Chevy has announced that 2013 is the Avalanche's last year.