The Chevrolet Avalanche debuted in 2002, shifting from clever concept to riding reality for North-American consumers. Its daring design became popular with the general public lending to its continued production today.
The Avalanche has undergone some cosmetic reconstruction since its first appearance on the showroom floor. The heavily cladded body sides were quickly abandoned by GM’s design team but features the fondly familiar silhouette of its predecessors. The Avalanche is adored by the public and automotive authorities alike, earning a nomination for North American Truck of the Year and Motortrend’s Truck of the Year in ’02.
A variety of features and powertrain options offers an Avalanche for every shopper. More frugal buyers demanding its unique element of design may opt for the less pricy LS 2WD model while a bells and whistles shopper will move up to the more heavily loaded LTZ 4WD.
Avalanche is powered by the popular 5.3L Vortec V8, built on a Suburban chassis, and provides ample power and towing ability. It is totally unique and completely versatile.
If you need to fill a void in your glovebox, download the owner’s manual for Avalanche below and check back often for current revisions to the site.