New 2015 Chevrolet Colorado Prices

A bit sportier than its bulkier Silverado cousin, the Chevrolet Colorado features a sweeping and more curvaceous design, yet still offers a full-sized, full-featured truck. This extended cab truck comes with a six-foot bed and is available in several trims, which include: Base, LT and Z71. The Colorado comes standard with a trip computer, cloth upholstery, the popular MyLink infotainment interface with GPS and Bluetooth connectivity, active grill shutters that enable improved gas mileage and an ultra-quiet interior cabin. Upgrades can add things like leather upholstery, premium sound system and backup camera, amongst others. The base model is powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that puts out 193 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque. You can upgrade to a beefier 3.6-liter V6 engine with 302 hp and 270 lb-ft of torque for added power and increased towing capabilities. The maximum towing capacity (with the V6 engine) is 6,700 pounds with an estimated 26 mpg combined. The standard 36-month/36,000-mile warranty can be increased to add more years of protection.

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The Chevrolet Colorado gets a full redesign for 2015. The new Colorado has a sleek new exterior to complement its more quiet and comfortable interior. The truck looks modern and aerodynamic from the outside and suggests a vehicle less compromised by classic pickup truck utility. Indeed, Chevrolet have made an effort to make the Colorado much more usable as an everyday vehicle for 2015, while at the same time not compromising the core features that people expect out of a truck. Both turning radius and fuel economy are very car like, while at the same time, the Colorado has a tow rating of up to 7000 lbs.

Competitive comparison View advantages +

Small truck utility; good fuel economy; car-like ride and handling; technology laden features

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Chevrolet calls the Colorado a "Mid-sized" pickup truck, but it's actually the smallest pickup truck built by GM, slotting below the Silverado and Silverado HD. That said, the Colorado is available in a couple of cab and bed styles allowing it to stretch out and haul more cargo depending on the individual trim ordered with the vehicle. Starting under $21,000 the Chevrolet Colorado competes closely with the Toyota Tacoma and Ford Ranger as a truck that can both haul cargo and drive around in the city without any serious concerns about parking or street size.


Select a new 2015 Chevrolet Colorado trim level

2WD Base


2WD LT


2WD WT


2WD Z71


4WD LT


4WD WT


4WD Z71


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