Product Reviews
Take Action
Back
SIGN THE PETITION

Fight for Fair Finance

Tell the administration and Congress to stand up for the consumer watchdog that protects you from financial fraud and abuse.
Take Action
Why Do We Have Campaigns?
We're fighting to ensure you and your family can get a fair deal in the marketplace, especially on the choices that matter most: health care, privacy, automobiles, food, finances and more. Join our campaigns and together, we'll hold corporations and lawmakers accountable.
Chevrolet Avalanche
2007-2013
2007 Redesign Year
Chevrolet Avalanche 2013 Trim Shown: 2013 Others

The 2007 Avalanche redesign has a nicer interior. With an available full-time four-wheel drive system, the Avalanche did very well in our testing. It's also quiet, rides comfortably and the optional rearview camera system greatly improves outward visibility to compensate for a very large rear blind zone. The versatile cargo area has a watertight three-piece cover and two locking bins on the sides. The rear window can be removed and stored in a compartment on the midgate for taller items or left in place along with the bed cover for weather protection. This modular system provides several options, but in practice is fussy to use. The rear window is somewhat heavy, and both rear seats have to be folded in four steps to move either the midgate or the rear window. Model year 2013 was its last.

Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2013 $26,250 - $35,000 $23,475 - $31,975
2012 $21,400 - $30,150 $18,600 - $27,100
N/A
2011 $19,350 - $26,050 $16,450 - $22,950
2010 $16,450 - $23,250 $13,560 - $20,160
N/A
2009 $15,425 - $19,750 $12,500 - $16,700
N/A
2008 $14,250 - $17,700 $11,330 - $14,630
N/A
2007 $13,175 - $15,850 $10,260 - $12,760
2002-2006
2002 Redesign Year
Chevrolet Avalanche 2006 Trim Shown: 2006 Crew Cab

The Chevrolet Avalanche is a full-sized crew-cab pickup with a unified bed and cab. An innovative mid-gate panel between the bed and passenger compartment can be folded down to make room for longer cargo. This feature allows the Avalanche to accommodate a variety of different passenger and cargo loads. Fussing with all those pieces, however, can be a chore. Based on the Suburban, the Avalanche uses that model's 5.3-liter V8, which provides impressive acceleration, though it isn't economical. The ride is commendably comfortable and quiet for a truck.

Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2006 $9,650 - $12,750 $6,960 - $9,860
N/A
2005 $8,275 - $11,375 $5,660 - $8,560
N/A
2004 $7,850 - $9,450 $5,260 - $6,760
2003 $7,000 - $8,175 $4,460 - $5,560
2002 $6,450 - $7,100 $3,950 - $4,550