The Chevrolet Avalanche was introduced in 2001 and was one of the first sport utility trucks available on the market.
The truck features an innovative mid-gate design, which allows owners access to the backseat area from the bed of the truck. It also features a waterproof bed cover, which is removable by simply pulling the three panels off the bed. It is currently one of Chevy’s best-selling sport utility vehicles that they manufacture, and is sold in both a 2WD and a 4WD variation; each drive-train also features three models, the LS, LT and LTZ.
The LS features premium cloth seats, a CD/MP3 player, OnStar with directions standard for six months, a USB port, 17-inch aluminum wheels, Bluetooth compatibility for select phones, as well as a roof-mounted luggage rack and side and center rails.
The LT features heated front bucket seats, leather-appointed seating surfaces, power-adjustable pedals, a remote vehicle start system, available Z71 off-road suspension, dual-zone automatic climate control, a Bose-powered, seven-speaker sound system and a rear-parking assistant.
The LTZ, the most expensive Avalanche model, features front bucket seats with 12-way power adjusters, perforated leather-appointed seating surfaces, heated and cooled front seats, a heated steering wheel, 20-inch polished aluminum wheels, Sirius XM satellite radio free for three months, navigation radio with a rear camera system and a Bose Centerpoint Surround Sound system with eight speakers. You can also learn more about the Avalanche by visiting the official website here.
The Avalanche is more of an SUV than a pickup truck, which means that it’s typically a pretty easy vehicle for carriers to ship. Most auto transportation companies price their shipments based on where the vehicle is being picked up from and dropped off at, as well as the size and weight of the vehicle being moved.
Since prices are fairly standard in terms of pickup and delivery locations, the biggest factor for most customers is the size of the vehicle, and the larger the vehicle the more expensive it will be to ship. The Avalanche, being on the smaller end of the SUV spectrum, shouldn’t net you huge oversize vehicle shipping fees, though it may be a bit more expensive than a typical sedan.
But regardless of where you’re shipping your Avalanche to or from, American Auto Shipping is here to help. Simply fill out our free online vehicle shipping quote request form and you’ll get a free quote to ship a vehicle right away. We work with only top-rated carriers who are fully licensed and insured.
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