Overview & Reviews
The Avalanche's standard stability-control system now includes trailer sway control and hill start assist for 2012. Heated seats are also now standard on the LT, while the LTZ gets a heated steering wheel.
- Comfortable seating.
- Versatile midgate-based body style
- More composed ride than regular pickups
- Large size and rear-quarter blind spots hinder maneuverability.
- Higher price and lower towing capacity than regular pickups
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Love this thing! - 2012 Chevrolet Avalanche
By majorv - April 21 - 6:18 pm
I've never spent more than $18k for a new car so this was a real splurge for me, but I am totally in love this my 2012 Avalanche! We raise and show rabbits and I got it to take our rabbits and equipment to the shows. It has not disappointed me. It's easy to drop the back seat and midgate and I have LOTS of room to put rabbit cages, grooming table, etc..., and the best part is that I can keep the rabbits cool or warm, as needed, because the bed cover keeps the elements out. The ride is very nice, not at all like a truck. The only thing I'm on the fence about is the AFM (active fuel management) system. If I have to press on the gas there tends to be a slight lag before it accelerates.