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It may look nice, go fast, or haul stuff, but when push comes to shove on the road, will you walk away alive? Below you’ll find results and scores from the government’s front and side crash tests of the 2007 Avalanche. Dual air bags have been standard everywhere since the late 90s, but look for side and side-head airbags, as well as antilock brakes, among other things.

2007 Chevrolet Avalanche w/SAB Crash Ratings (5 star scale)
Frontal ImpactSide ImpactDriver's Side

Front OccupantNot TestedPassenger's Side

Rear OccupantNot Tested
2007 Chevrolet Avalanche w/SAB Crash Test Figures Frontal Head Injury Criterion Chest Deceleration Femur Load Driver's Side 273 HIC30g 647lbs 575lbs Passenger's Side 288 HIC37g 747lbs 951lbs Side Thoracic Trauma
2007 Chevrolet Avalanche w/SAB
Rollover Rating and Figures Rollover Resistance RatingStatic Stability FactorDynamic Test

2007 Chevrolet Avalanche w/SAB Standard Safety Features
• Electronic Stability Control
• 4-Wheel ABS
• Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirrors
• Daytime Running Lights
• Child Seat Lower Anchorage
• Adjustable Upper Belt - Rear
• Integrated Saftey Belt
• Rear Center Lap/Shoulder Belt
• Advanced Air Bag Features
• Rear Seat Head Restraint
• Trunk Release• Auto Crash Notify
• Tire Pressure Monitor
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