There aren’t many midsize pickup trucks that offer an abundance of off-road features, making the 2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 a much-loved anomaly in the industry. Starting at $2,000 less than the nearest competitor, the new Colorado ZR2 packs in a vast array of standard off-roading features designed to take the avenger weekend and make it spectacular.
There’s a lot to love in the new Chevrolet Colorado ZR2, like the standard V6 engine that delivers a thrilling 306 horsepower and 275 lb-ft of torque. That engine comes paired with a smooth-shifting eight-speed automatic transmission.
There’s also an available 2.8-liter turbo-diesel engine that produces an impressive 186 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque. That powertrain comes complete with a six-speed automatic transmission.
No matter the powertrain, the new 2017 Colorado ZR2 features standard four-wheel drive, 31-inch off-road tires, a two-inch lifted suspension, and much more.
Drivers will enjoy advanced safety features, including a rear vision camera and electronic automatic cruise control. A standard aluminum skidplate protects critical components from rough terrain.
As for entertainment, the new Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 features a standard six-speed audio system, eight-inch touchscreen, and access to Chevrolet MyLink.
We here at Gjovik Chevrolet are ready to roll in the new Colorado ZR2 off-road pickup!
Who says SUVs should have all the off-roading fun? That’s the question Chevrolet is asking its audience at the Chicago Auto Show right now, where a new special edition Colorado is on display. The Colorado GearOn Special Edition, as its name implies, features the GearOn accessory system, a system built to help you have tons of fun adventures.
Special Edition Colorado Gets GearOn Accessories
The GearOn system features elements like cargo tie-down rings, a bars package, a divider package, and more. Plus, the Special Edition comes with black Bowtie logos, new wheels, and a special EZ Lift and Lower tailgate, among others. All these features make it easy for you to transport gear like bikes, boats, paddles, skis—all the materials you need to get out and enjoy the raw, unfiltered natural world.
“Chevrolet Colorado answers the call for customers who have passions of all types and the GearOn accessory system enables them to bring more adventure wherever they go,” said Tony Johnson, Colorado marketing manager. “And with Colorado offering segment-leading efficiency and capabilities, it’s a combination that maximizes adventure without compromise.”
The GearOn Special Edition is another indication of how special and diversely capable the Colorado is as a truck. Come see us here at Gjovik Auto to learn more about the new truck and all its options today. You don’t have to take it into the mountains; it towers over the competition on the highway as well.
The 2015 GMC Canyon is finally here. It bowed in at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit a few weeks ago.
Back in November, when General Motors revealed its sibling, the new Chevrolet Colorado, GM promised a distinct look for the Canyon and it definitely got one. There will be no mistaking one for the other, despite their shared underpinnings.
The Canyon has a much beefier look with squared-off edges and a tall, intense grille with chrome horizontal bars. The wheel arches stick out more than they do on the Colorado, giving the Canyon a solid, wide stance.
GM wants the Canyon to be the mid-size truck for the modern era. It will be more refined than its competitors and offer an 8-inch color touchscreen along with multiple USB ports and will be capable of being a WiFi hotspot.
One feature that is sure to keep families happy is the Teen Driver system. This lets parents set limits on speed and will even mute the radio until both the driver and possible front passenger have buckled up. And the Canyon will even send a “report card” home to let Mom and Dad know how their son or daughter is driving.