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Chevrolet Avalanche LTZ

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Chevrolet Avalanche LTZ

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LTZ Exclusive Features
Chrome door handles
Bright chrome grille insert
Bright chrome mirror caps

Standard on LTZ
Head curtain side-impact airbags
Rainsense automatic wipers
Heated washer fluid
Bose 7-speaker premium sound system
Dual heated bucket seats with 12-way power driver/pass adjustments
Black lugguage roofrails
Heavy-duty locking rear differential
Z55 Suspension Package, (incl. Autoride air shocks)
20" x 8.5" polished aluminum wheels

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So... Howcome the interior shots of the Avalanche and Suburban have "wood" on the dash and center console, but the Tahoe doesn't? I think you've mixed up some Z71 pictures with the LTZ ones, specifically the interior shots of the Tahoe and the first exterior shot of the Suburban.

But anyway... adding that bit of "wood" to the center console actually makes a big difference in the look of the interior. It helps connect the center stack with the console.

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Take a look at the inside of the interior and look at the roof. Do I see a back-seat sunroof??

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Take a look at the inside of the interior and look at the roof. Do I see a back-seat sunroof??

I think that's a DVD player for the rear passengers.

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Yes, all this is essentially showing is the late addition of the extra chrome outside trim and wood cupholder on Av LTZ's, as was already intro'd on the Tahoe/Suburban LTZ's a couple of months ago.

Essentially because a loaded LT3 looked and was, for all intensive purposes aside from the Autoride, identical to an LTZ--so they added a few unique touches to set them apart.

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My buddy bought a brand new one 8 days ago, it's white and loaded.

The DVD swings down from the roof in the rear.

The Avalanche sure looks 1000% better than the first version with the plastic cladding, weird wheelwell openings etc.. I like the new version.

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RJ, I've had my black 15 months now, and I absolutely love it. If I could change one thing, it would be the mileage, but I still get 17-18 in mixed driving.

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