2010 Chevrolet Avalanche Values

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2010 model year changes

For 2010, the Chevrolet Avalanche gets center-console-integrated USB compatibility, allowing media players to interface with the sound system; and standard equipment on the 1LT package has been expanded to include power-adjustable pedals, remote start and a heavy-duty rear locking differential. The big 6.0-liter V-8 engine has been dropped for 2010, leaving just one powertrain combination. A 2-speed transfer case is now optional on 4WD models, with a single-speed transfer case standard. Several new hues join the palette of colors: Taupe Gray Metallic and Sheer Silver Metallic replace Dark Blue Metallic, Silver Birch Metallic and Greystone Metallic.

Competitive comparison

Flexible and unique mid-gate arrangement; towing prowess; comfortable interior appointments; ride and handling relative to other trucks

Special features for 2010

The 2010 Chevrolet Avalanche's design is unique in the market and attempts to solve passenger-hauling SUV needs and cargo-hauling pickup needs with a single truck. There's nothing else like the mid-gate in the market; it allows the bed to be expanded only when needed and have more interior space the rest of the time. Overall, handling and ride quality are a step above what might be expected in a full-size pickup, and the cabin has a refined feel with top-notch materials. Towing capacity is an impressive 8,100 pounds.
The 2010 Chevrolet Avalanche is a pickup truck that has SUV styling and seats five or six passengers depending on the interior configuration. A 5.3L V8 can be found under the hood on all trim levels and produces 310 hp. The six-speed automatic transmission helps move the Avalanche along to a 20 mpg highway rating. The 2010 Avalanche is available with RWD or 4WD.