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2007 Chevrolet Avalanche 1500

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EngineEngine 5.3LV-8
MPGMPG 15 City / 21 Hwy
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2007 Avalanche 1500 Overview

The Chevy Avalanche has been redesigned and re-engineered for 2007 and the new version is vastly superior to its predecessor.The new Avalanche rewards its driver with taut handling.It's well designed throughout with impressive attention to detail.The previous-generation Avalanche was good.This new one is better.

The Avalanche is and always has been one of a kind.It successfully combines the hauling capacity of a long-bed pickup with the comfort of a five-passenger sport utility vehicle.It switches between these roles using its ingenious Midgate, a removable rear bulkhead between the passenger compartment and the pickup bed.Along with a hard, tonneau-like bed cover, the Midgate allows the Avalanche to be configured as a Tahoe-sized sport utility with a short bed.Fold down the rear seats and open the Midgate and it's like a pickup with an enclosed eight-foot bed, capable of securing valuable gear from thieves or shielding drywall from weather.Remove the rear glass and the tonneau panels and it's a sporty, open-air truck capable of hauling an ATV.

For 2007, none of this practicality changes, including, for the most part, its workhorse capabilities.The Avalanche offers an 8,000-pound towing capacity, making it an excellent choice for towing an enclosed car trailer or a fairly big boat.It's as long as a Chevy Suburban and can haul a lot of stuff, with payloads over 1,300 pounds and a bed designed for abuse.

Handling and ride quality are greatly improved, thanks to updated underpinnings.The previous-generation Avalanche handled well for a truck its size, but this new one handles much better.

A major redesign gives the cab a more car-like look and feel, with a classier dash and more comfortable seats.Combined with better-integrated driver-assist and entertainment features, the creature comfort upgrades are as welcome as the modernized mechanicals.Also, the Midgate, removable rear window, tonneau covers and other features seem to snap together even better than before and everything appears to be of high quality.

Finally, there's the facelift.This cleaner, quieter, more mature look says as much as any of the other updates, upgrades and new technology about the vision Chevy has for its future.It's a vision with high promise.We like what we're seeing here.
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2007 Avalanche 1500 Overview

The Chevy Avalanche has been redesigned and re-engineered for 2007 and the new version is vastly superior to its predecessor.The new Avalanche rewards its driver with taut handling.It's well designed throughout with impressive attention to detail.The previous-generation Avalanche was good.This new one is better.

The Avalanche is and always has been one of a kind.It successfully combines the hauling capacity of a long-bed pickup with the comfort of a five-passenger sport utility vehicle.It switches between these roles using its ingenious Midgate, a removable rear bulkhead between the passenger compartment and the pickup bed.Along with a hard, tonneau-like bed cover, the Midgate allows the Avalanche to be configured as a Tahoe-sized sport utility with a short bed.Fold down the rear seats and open the Midgate and it's like a pickup with an enclosed eight-foot bed, capable of securing valuable gear from thieves or shielding drywall from weather.Remove the rear glass and the tonneau panels and it's a sporty, open-air truck capable of hauling an ATV.

For 2007, none of this practicality changes, including, for the most part, its workhorse capabilities.The Avalanche offers an 8,000-pound towing capacity, making it an excellent choice for towing an enclosed car trailer or a fairly big boat.It's as long as a Chevy Suburban and can haul a lot of stuff, with payloads over 1,300 pounds and a bed designed for abuse.

Handling and ride quality are greatly improved, thanks to updated underpinnings.The previous-generation Avalanche handled well for a truck its size, but this new one handles much better.

A major redesign gives the cab a more car-like look and feel, with a classier dash and more comfortable seats.Combined with better-integrated driver-assist and entertainment features, the creature comfort upgrades are as welcome as the modernized mechanicals.Also, the Midgate, removable rear window, tonneau covers and other features seem to snap together even better than before and everything appears to be of high quality.

Finally, there's the facelift.This cleaner, quieter, more mature look says as much as any of the other updates, upgrades and new technology about the vision Chevy has for its future.It's a vision with high promise.We like what we're seeing here.Hide Full Review