The unique design of the 2011 Chevrolet Avalanche offers buyers a lot of flexibility concerning hauling passengers or cargo. By folding down the innovative “Midgate” bulkhead, the Avalanche can morph between a fullsized pickup truck and a Tahoe-sized SUV that still offers 5 feet of bed space. And whenever you desire, you can completely cover, enclose and lock the bed area. The Avalanche carries over from 2010 with just a few changes in both standard and optional equipment. Also, all Avalanches are now fitted with newly designed roof rails as well as Bluetooth wireless connectivity and rear seating audio controls. Invoice pricing for the new Chevy Avalanche starts at just over $33,000 and goes up to over $45,000. You can expect monthly payments of about $800.
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There are three trims of the Chevrolet Avalanche 2011 available: LS, LT and LTZ. All are 1/2-ton, 4-door fullsized pickup trucks that can accommodate six passengers. The base engine is a powerful 5.3L 320-horsepower FlexFuel V8 that is enhanced with Active Fuel Management technologies. A 6-speed automatic gearbox joins in the powertrain combination making the new Avalanche capable of delivering 15/21 MPG urban/rural.
Standard safety features of the 2011 Chevy Avalanche include:
Front seat airbags;
Side curtain airbags;
Stabilitrak with Proactive Roll Avoidance;
LATCH child safety anchors;
The 2011 Chevrolet Avalanche is capable of towing up to 8000 pounds. It has no problems pulling a car trailer, large boat or whatever else you can hook to its hitch. That’s strong and that’s just part of what makes the Avalanche such a hot seller. It’s also as lengthy as a Suburban and has a 1300-lb payload capacity. It’s been designed and manufactured to endure endless abuse and still function smoothly, and with great looks too. Experience the versatility and excitement associated with driving a new Avalanche from Chevy today!