2015 Chevrolet Colorado Release Date, Price and Review
For shoppers who need fuel-efficient truck function without the full-size measurement, the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado Release Date, Price and Review offers a suitable answer. The truck has much-improved interior, manageable size, better power and efficiency new engines, and affordable alternative to full-size trucks. Unfortunately, its sporty emphasis could step back more work- and utility-inclined shoppers and diesel engine choices are not available at release date. Chevrolet Colorado is an all-new model that is fun to drive for the 2015. The 2015 Chevrolet Colorado Release Date, Price and Review re-enter the midsize pickup segment after a brief absence. The last Colorado and GMC Canyon models are recently ended midsize pickup production by GM, surrendering the market to the Nissan Frontier and Toyota Tacoma. The Canyon and Colorado were loaded with ineffective powertrains and under market interiors even before their end and never truly challenged the Tacoma’s power in the class.
For the launch of 2015 Chevrolet Colorado Release Date, Price and Review, Chevy has timing on its side with the reformatted full-size Silverado’s success. Without being supposed as a subordinate model, the midsize truck should get value from the Silverado’s highlight. The Colorado shows a more swept-back, energetic look than the Silverado’s huge grille and decisive square jaw which should help Chevy appeal more of the regime shoppers who want a truck without a V8 or the full-size track.
The 2015 Chevrolet Colorado Release Date, Price and Review get a vast improvement in interior quality over the last model with comfort and convenience. The Colorado looks like a nicer place to sit than in the relatively plain Frontier with the Chevy infotainment MyLink display and smartphone incorporation as well as same level cabin quality with the Cruze compact sedan.
The 2015 Chevrolet Colorado Release Date, Price and Review will come as a crew cab in bed lengths or as an extended cab with a bed. There are the Base, the LT and the Z71 trims that focus on off-road and all offered with available four-wheel drive. A 4-cylinder 2.5-liter is available as the base engine good for 200 hp and 191 lb-ft of torque enough for light duties off-road and around town. An available V6 3.6-liter for bigger cargos and bigger models will boost 305 horsepower and 269 lb-ft of torque. A 6-speed automatic transmission comes for both engines with a tow/haul mode and automatic grade braking. There is also available a 6-speed manual on select extended cab rear-wheel-drive models. The 2016 model year is expected to come with a turbodiesel 2.8-liter 4-cylinder. GM has not announced Colorado’s EPA fuel economy estimates, but the Colorado should achieve better mileage thanks to active grille shutters that close at highway speeds and a lightweight aluminum hood than its predecessor’s 26 mpg on the highway.
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The 2015 Chevrolet Colorado Release Date, Price and Review come to showrooms this fall. A reformatted Toyota Tacoma should be in the offing by then and a new Frontier will follow. Although Honda Ridgeline carlike frame lacks the solidity that most truck shoppers want and it faces a tentative future, it is the only other real alternative in this group.