General Motors is pulling the plug on the Chevrolet Avalanche. 2013 will mark the last year, the ugly duckling in the production, if the model wants to go out with a special edition. The Black Diamond Avalanche 2013 comes with body-color trim work, special badging, and, above all, lower prices. LT trim now features a standard rear-view camera, while the LS rear park assist, as he adds, power adjustable pedals, fog lights and remote booting, as standard equipment. GM has cut price of the base vehicle is $ 2,500, which means buyers can make a home for $ 35.980, excluding $ 995 destination fee.
GM says the lower price is a way of saying “thanks” for fans of the truck, although we suspect it may have more to do with getting the machine off dealer lots uncomfortable. Last month, GM moved to 2.083 units Avalanche, and while this is nearly 26 percent more than in March 2011, the number represents a fraction of 36.491 Silverado models that rolled out the door. E ‘which is less than half the number of units sold Tahoe. Even the wee Colorado leaves with more sales. Last year, GM sold a total of 20,088 units Avalanche, down 2.1 percent compared to 2010 despite the recovery of the global market.