Chevrolet Introduces the 2015 Colorado

November 22, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

Chevrolet has introduced its latest 2015 Chevrolet Colorado, which is likely to become a trendsetter in the midsize truck category in the future, offering almost all the capabilities of a real truck and will be just the perfect choice for people who do not need a bigger size truck.

Expected to offer exceptional power, payload and trailering to owners, the new Colorado has been made on the footings of a genuine Chevy truck. In fall 2014, the new Colorado will go on sale.

Mark Reuss, the General Motors executive vice president and president of GM North America, is extremely optimistic about the success of the Colorado 2015 and mentioned that the goal of his company is to meet the requirements of maximum customers. Reuss revealed that the solid foundation made by Silverado has immensely enhanced the value of the upcoming Colorado.

With distinctive design, comfort and a number of different connectivity features like lane departure warning and forward collision alert, the latest midsized truck has been made taking into account the needs of North American truck customers.

As per the claims of the manufacturer, the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado will be able to haul and tow more than any other truck in this category. A 3.6 Liter V-6 engine will be available in Colorado, while a 2.5 liter I-4 will be a standard. Every single engine and its features will be thoroughly tested by Chevrolet before it is sent to retail outlets.

2015 Chevrolet Colorado

The upcoming truck is expected to have a payload and trailering capacity in excess of 6,700 pounds, which is considered to be more than enough for day to day users.

In its second year, the fascinating truck is set to offer diesel engine, which will be the first in this category. A high-quality Duramax 2.8 liter I-4 turbodiesel will further enhance the manufacturer’s powertrain lineup.

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