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|Ride smoothness - feels more like a car then a truck||Gas mileage should be better|
|Comfort of seating area and ease of entry and exit||Does not stay in v4 mode long enough for serious fuel efficiency|
|The new look. fiberglass instead of rubber on exterior||6 speed transmission is too sensitive, over-revs trying to pass|
|Storage space - so many options||Power running boards do not stay down when i'm washing vehicle|
|Back seat folds down and extends the cargo area from bed.||Wind noise - very bad at highway speed.|
|Versatility - carries people & keeps things dry||Needs more compartments in dash for keys, glasses, lighter|
|Shut down 4 of 8 cylinders to conserve fuel.||Needs better floor mats - these are too small for truck|
|The design of the vehicle. can't belive they are going to stop making them.||We liked side cladding on the 2004 that served as brush guard|
|Smooth ride for huge vehicle||Speedometer/tach/display looks cheap for a $50,000 truck|
|Comfort / beauty / easy drive - excellent steering response||Option packages are terrible and you don't have many choices|
The 2004 Avalanche is a 4-door, up to 6-passenger full size pickup, available in 3 trims, ranging from the 1500 2WD to the 2500 4WD. The 2004 Avalanche's closest competitors include the Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab 4X2, the Ford F-150 SuperCrew 4x4, and the Nissan Titan.
Upon introduction, the 1500 2WD is equipped with a standard 5.3-liter, V8, 295-horsepower engine that achieves 15-mpg in the city and 20-mpg on the highway. The 2500 4WD is equipped with a standard 8.1-liter, V8, 320-horsepower engine. A 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard on both trims.
The 2004 Avalanche is a carryover from 2003.
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