The Avalanche offers more technology features than most buyers might expect, which is also the case with GM's other full-size trucks.
According to Edmunds, "there are two main trim levels; LS and LT, plus a premium line-topping LTZ package." Edmunds also suggests that the Chevrolet Avalanche 2010 "LT is generally more desirable because it's upgradeable with additional extras for those who want more than an entry-level vehicle" than a base 2010 Chevrolet Avalanche.
Cars.com notes "all Avalanches come well-equipped with power windows, power door locks and keyless entry, as well as a power driver's seat and steering-wheel audio controls." Other standard equipment includes an AM/FM/XM/CD player with MP3 capability, a USB port for iPod/MP3 players, and the Midgate. In addition to the innovative Midgate, the bed itself has some features worth mentioning. "The bed offers a non-slip mat that even held bags of ice in place. Each rear fender incorporates a lockable compartment, accessible from the top," Cars.com reports. "A three-piece cargo cover is standard, though it's difficult to remove and even harder to stow."
Options include a navigation system, a rear-seat DVD entertainment system, Bluetooth, and a Bose Centerpoint audio system. Also offered: leather seats; ventilated front seats; power-adjustable pedals; a remote start system; and packages like the Z71 Off-Road option, which loads on fog lamps, special trim, and big recovery hooks, in case you're caught in deep slop.