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Unique Avalanche and All-New Trailblazer SUV lead Chevy Trucks into 2002

Every day, more than 36 million consumers depend on Chevrolet, more than any other vehicle brand. As General Motors' volume vehicle brand, many of the most widely recognized nameplates in the industry are Chevrolets, and are leaders in the various vehicle segments in which they compete.

A diverse cross-section of customers in the United States already know they can rely on Chevrolet as America's most trusted and enduring brand. At the same time, Chevrolet is also establishing itself throughout the world as one of General Motors' international brands.

For 2002 Chevrolet introduces two all-new trucks to continue the Chevy Truck tradition as the most dependable, longest-lasting trucks for consumers. The all-new Chevy Avalanche, designed for customers with active, outdoor lifestyles, is unique to the industry with its combined sport utility vehicle (SUV) and pickup truck capabilities. TrailBlazer, Chevy's all-new midsize sport utility vehicle, runs on an inline six-cylinder engine that offers the most horsepower in the segment - the power of a V8 engine with the fuel efficiency of a six-cylinder engine.

Sport utility vehicles are the fastest growing vehicle segment in the industry, and Chevrolet offers an impressive array in addition to its all-new TrailBlazer. Blazer, the founding father of the SUV market, sports a new exterior appearance. Continuing to lead the full-size SUV segment, Tahoe and Suburban add equipment to their LS packages for 2002. Tracker offers four new exterior colors as well as new cloth and wheels on various models. It remains one of the few small SUVs on the market with a true truck frame, so it can easily be taken off road.

Pickups are another Chevrolet stronghold. The full-size Silverado pickup, GM's best-selling vehicle, enjoys its first full production year for the 1500 HD model. The recently introduced Silverado HD lineup continues with heavy-duty pickups that dominate the segment in power, payload and pulling. Long popular with young male customers, S-10 Pickup will have a third door on all extended cab models for 2002, and all models will have air conditioning and a tachometer as standard equipment.

Chevy vans cover virtually any van use, personal or commercial. Express, Chevrolet's full-size van, offers nine models ranging from the upscale LT version to the half-ton cargo van (which has a CD player as standard equipment in 2002). Astro is peerless in the minivan segment in terms of cargo and trailering capacities, and adds multi-port fuel injection to its standard 4.3-liter V6 engine for the new year. Chevy's Venture minivan has a new DVD-based video entertainment system, and Versatrak all-wheel-drive capability for greater traction automatically.






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