The Chevrolet Colorado is a midsize pickup truck with impressive capability that’s easier to maneuver around Yellowknife and into tight spaces than a half-ton truck. Colorado’s size, versatility, and pricing doesn’t just present a challenge to rival pickup trucks; it also makes the Chevrolet Colorado a flexible and capable alternative to many cars and SUVs. The Chevy Colorado has four trim levels, two cabs, two boxes, three engines, two transmissions, and the choice of rear and all-wheel drivetrains. There are loads of options for configuring the Chevy Colorado to make it your perfect midsize truck, including some sensational upgrade packages that can take the Chevy to new levels of style and desirability. Contact our finance department to discuss your requirements, how they can help you find the right funding solution, and the benefits of getting pre-approved using our online credit application option.
It’s common for these smaller trucks only to offer shoppers a single powerplant or two at best. However, the Chevrolet Colorado goes further than most rivals by offering three excellent engine options for you to choose between. The standard unit is a 200-horsepower four-cylinder, but most models you’ll come across will feature a 3.6-litre V-6 with 308 horsepower and 275 lb.-ft. of torque available. What really sets Chevy Colorado apart is the availability of a diesel engine option. The 2.8-litre Duramax four-cylinder turbodiesel develops 369 lb.-ft. of torque, which can give the Chevrolet Colorado a 3,492 kg towing capacity and is impressive for a midsize truck.