Chevrolet Avalanche Cancelled, Final Black Diamond Edition Launched

General Motors introduced the Chevrolet Avalanche back in 2001 and refreshed the model in 2007, but has recently announced that it will end the vehicle’s production.
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Before GM kills the Avalanche, it offers us a final edition, with this using the Black Diamond designation and offering certain extra features. We’ll remind you that the Avalanche aims to mix the comfort of an SUV with the cargo utility of a pickup.

The 2013 Chevrolet Avalanche Black Diamond comes with color coded bed surround elements and also uses a special badge. In addition to that, the prices have been cut throughout the range, while the LS and LT now offer more goodies. For example, the first now offers power adjustable pedals, remote start and a rear view camera.

“More than 580,000 Avalanches have been sold since its introduction in 2001, and Avalanche has won major awards and recognitions throughout its run,” said Mark Clawson, Avalanche marketing manager. “So it is only fitting that Avalanche retires on a high note.”
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