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FIRST LOOK: Chevrolet Avalanche/Tahoe/Suburban Z71s


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First Look: Chevrolet Avalanche Z71

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First Look: Chevrolet Tahoe Z71

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First Look: Chevrolet Suburban Z71

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Package Includes...
  • Chrome door handles
  • Satin chrome mirror caps
  • Tubular assist steps (BVV)
  • Skid Plate Package (NZZ)
  • Front frame-mounted recovery hooks (2WD) (V76)
  • Front and rear wheel flares (B71)
  • 18"x8" aluminum wheels (N87)
  • P265/65R18 on-/off-road blackwall tires (QXN)
  • Off-road jounce bumpers
  • Specially-tuned springs and gas-charged monotube shocks
  • Heavy-duty locking rear differential (G80)
  • 4.10 rear axle ration (GT5)
  • Heavy-duty locking rear differential (G80)
  • High-capacity air cleaner (K47)
Interior Colors
Ebony (193)
Morocco Brown/Ebony (223)
Light Titanium/Ebony (843)
Requires Leather Seating

Exterior Colors
Bermuda Blue Metallic (26U)
Black (41U)
Summit White (50U)
Silver Birch Metallic (59U)
Sport Red Metallic (63U)
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Any vehicles with offroad aspirations should not have air-dams hanging that low. Other wise looks good. :thumbsup:

The Z71s don't have an air-dam except for the Silverado Z71. What you see on the Avalanche, Tahoe and Burban is a wind deflector for just the tires. Instead of the air hitting the tire and then going into the wheel well and then causes turbulance, it is directed around the tire. Look at the Avalanche LTZ or Tahoe Hybrid if you want to see an air-dam. I wish GM would design the front of the their trucks without one and a more aerodynamic under side by installing belly pans / large skid plates or other means. They would get better approach angles, it looks better, smaller frontal area, and better fuel economy.

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