I'd keep my '07, at least for 4 or more years, especially since I've sunk $3k into it ($2100 for a transmission rebuild, w/upgrade to 3/4 ton parts, plus bigger oil cooler and a pan w/drain plug, plus new brake pads and rotors on all 4). Then, if the new ones have a fully-autonomous mode for interstate highways, reliability has been good, they look as good as mine & not downsized, I'd consider it for $50k or less, used. Pretty tall order, eh?please no personal attacks on the New Member Original Poster.
I ask - what would you do if Chevy did come out with a NEW AVY like the old one in that it is based on latest BURB?
Would you run out to buy or wait a bit? keep your original and buy new?
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I was sent a photo of 2022 Avalanche that looked like a it could be a coming soon thing........maybe Chevy is testing the market. Has anyone else heard the rumor?
If you look at some of the older threads you can see that the rumor of a third generation AV has been on this website since at least 2012 and comes up every couple of months when some hopeful and optimistic member wants to believe in the revival of the AV. Most of the rumors come from "clickbait" websites or some eager salesperson at a dealership trying to lure a customer in to the showroom to sell them some other vehicle like the "High Desert Silverado" etc.I was sent a photo of 2022 Avalanche that looked like a it could be a coming soon thing........maybe Chevy is testing the market. Has anyone else heard the rumor?