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Chevrolet Avalanche Receives '2002 Interior of the Year' Award

May 21, 2002

The Chevrolet Avalanche received the “2002 Interior of the Year” Award. It was announced at the annual Auto Interiors Show at Detroit’s Cobo Conference Center on May 14. The awards are presented annually by Auto Interiors magazine during the three-day show, which ran May 14-16, 2002.Judging was based on the following criteria:— Appearance - styling, color, material, fit, and finish.— Functionality - comfort, convenience and safety.— Innovation - surprise and delight factors.— Overall impression of the vehicle in motion and at rest.In addition to the Avalanche, finalists for the Truck Interior of the Year Award were the Lincoln Blackwood and the Honda CR-V.
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