With an impressive powertrain lineup, unbeatable off-road capability in ZR2 trims, and plenty of advanced tech inside, the Chevolet Colorado is a midsize truck worth exploring if you’re in the market for a new truck.
Equipped with the 3.6-liter DOHC V6 engine, the 2019 Colorado offers best-in-class 308 horsepower and more towing capability than any other competitive V6 engine. For tougher jobs, the 2019 Colorado is also available with the GM-exclusive Duramax® 2.8-liter turbo-diesel, which boasts best-in-class towing capability, torque, and fuel economy.
Extreme Off-Road Capability
Behind the wheel of the 2019 Colorado ZR2, you can take on virtually any situation. Featuring the segment-exclusive Multimatic DSSV™ Damping System, front and rear locking differentials, and a purpose built off-road suspension, the 2019 Colorado ZR will help you dominate even the roughest of paths.
The 2019 Chevrolet Colorado isn’t just stronger than ever, it’s smarter, too. Equipped with the new Chevrolet Infotainment System, the 2019 Colorado offers a seamless connectivity experience. Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ enable passengers to engage with favorite music, apps, and smartphone features to make the drive seem shorter.
Stop by El Dorado Chevy to test-drive the 2019 Colorado for yourself. Just be forewarned — you might just drive this bad boy home.
Last month marked four years of sales for the Chevy Colorado, America’s most efficient pickup truck. In those four years, Chevrolet has sold more than 428,792 Colorado pickups. To mark the occasion, Chevy has released two special edition Colorado models, the off-road Z71 TrailRunner and the street-savvy RST.
The Colorado Z71 Trail Runner takes the popular Z71 off-road package and builds upon it with the ZR2’s underbody protection. The Colorado RST is similar to the street-focused Tahoe, Suburban, and Silverado RST models, adding a black beltline and body side moldings, special badging, and a black tailgate bowtie.
Why has the Colorado been so successful over the last four years? Chevy asserts that it’s because of the Colorado’s three-engine powertrain lineup, including a popular diesel option. The Colorado is also a best-seller because of its high fuel economy ratings and its 7,000-pound max tow rating.
“The success of Colorado helped reignite the midsize truck segment, which increased 27 percent from 2015 to 2017,” explained Sandor Piszar, director of Marketing for Chevrolet Trucks. “It changed what customers expected from a midsize truck, brought new customers to Chevrolet and road package inspired competitors to follow Chevy’s lead.”
The North American International Auto Show is our nation’s most important auto show each year. Held in Detroit (and commonly called the Detroit Auto Show) each January, the show is the perfect opportunity for automakers to showcase their newest and upcoming vehicles.
We just wrapped up the 2018 Detroit Auto Show. In case you missed it, these were the pickup trucks on display at NAIAS.
2019 Chevrolet Silverado: Let’s start with the most important—the new Silverado, which will be available this year at El Dorado Chevrolet. The 2019 Silverado features the most functional bed of any full-size truck, now with class-leading cargo volume. Chevrolet trimmed up to 450 pounds off the Silverado for improved efficiency and will offer eight different models and six engine/transmission choices, one of which is the new Duramax 3.0-liter inline-six diesel.
2019 Ram 1500: The new Ram 1500 was also on display. While it doesn’t compare to the Chevy Silverado, it does have some strong points, like a 225-pound weight reduction and a max payload increase.
2019 Ford Ranger: A new entrant to the market is the 2019 Ford Ranger, a mid-size truck that competes with the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon. As of yet, it doesn’t seem to offer the same cutting-edge technologies that you get in the Colorado and