Heavy-duty Chevy Kodiak 2002-2015 Bumper Kits

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Aftermarket Chevy Kodiak 2002-2015 Bumper Kits

The Chevy Kodiak was first produced in 2002 and experienced a steady production run until 2015. Although the Kodiak wasn’t as popular as other Chevy models, it still gained many loyal fans who appreciated its power and durability. The Kodiak offered a combination of utility, power, and comfort that made it an ideal workhorse for small business owners.

The Kodiak was initially released as an express cutaway 4500 series. It featured a 4-speed automatic transmission and a 6.6 Liter V8 engine. In 2007, the Kodiak’s engine was upgraded to a 6.6 Liter Duramax V8 turbo diesel engine. This engine provided up to 330 horsepower and produced as much torque as a gas engine. It was also more fuel efficient, providing 12-14 miles per gallon in city driving.

The Kodiak had two wheelbases, a regular wheelbase and a long wheelbase. The regular wheelbase was the most popular option, offering a roomy interior and a smooth ride. The long wheelbase provided more space in the cab but had a rougher ride. Both wheelbases could be fitted with either single-rear or dual-rear wheel configurations.

The Kodiak had three main trim levels, the LS, LT, and HD. The LS trim was the basic model and came standard with air conditioning, power windows and locks, and cruise control. The LT trim added extra features such as an upgraded sound system, power mirrors, and heated seats. The HD trim was the top of the line and included leather seats, a premium sound system, and upgraded brakes.

The Kodiak was designed to be a reliable workhorse and could haul up to 12,000 pounds. Its strong frame and suspension system provided a stable ride even when loaded down. The Kodiak could also be fitted with a variety of additional features, such as a snow plow, a dump bed, and a towing package.

The interior of the Kodiak was comfortable and quite spacious due to its cab-over design. The dashboard was well laid out and easy to use. Standard features included power windows and locks, tilt/telescoping steering wheel, a CD player, and cupholders. The seats were vinyl covered and provided great lumbar support.

The Chevy Kodiak was a great all-around work truck that was perfect for small business owners. Its combination of power and comfort, along with its good fuel economy and reasonable price point, made it an attractive option for those looking for a reliable workhorse. The Kodiak was no longer produced after 2015, but many are still on the road and can be found at used car dealerships.

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