All-New 2015 Chevrolet Colorado Redefines Midsize Trucks
On November 20, 2013, Chevrolet unveiled the all-new 2015 Chevrolet Colorado, which will redefine the midsize truck and offer real truck capability and versatility to customers who don’t require a full-size truck.
The new Colorado is built with the DNA of a true Chevy truck, expected to deliver class-leading power, payload and trailering ratings. Colorado goes on sale in fall 2014 as a 2015 model.
The new Colorado was developed for the North American truck customer, with distinctive design, comfort and connectivity features, including segment firsts such as available forward collision alert and lane departure warning.
Chevrolet expects Colorado to be the most powerful truck in the segment, allowing owners to haul and tow more. A 2.5 l I-4 is standard, and a 3.6 l V-6 is available. Each engine is tuned, tested and validated for truck use, and each features direct injection and variable valve timing to make the most of power and efficiency. Colorado will also offer the segment’s only diesel engine in its second year – a proven Duramax 2.8 l I-4 turbodiesel already offered in global markets.
When properly equipped, the Colorado is expected to offer class leading payload capacity and trailering capacity of more than 3,000 kg. Designed with a zeal for adventure
Another Chevy truck feature offered on the Colorado is the G80 automatic locking rear differential. It is standard on Z71 and available on WT and LT.
All models are matched with a six-speed automatic that complements the truck-tuned engines with features that make hauling and trailering easier and more comfortable, including auto grade braking and a tow/haul mode.
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