2018 Chevrolet Colorado Reviews

Saturday, September 28th, 2019 - Chevrolet

2018 Chevrolet Colorado Reviews – Despite the ever-increasing amount of trucks within the US market, the country can’t just have enough of these. GM knows this perfectly well and includes several trucks in the market over its own brands. The Chevrolet Colorado is just one of Gs favorite models in the market. To make it greater, GM has revised its V-6 engine to offer more power, better fuel economy in addition to an enhanced towing ability to the 2018 version year. Additional areas of the 2018 Chevrolet Colorado largely stay unchanged, which is understandable considering the current design is still brand new on the market with just been introduced to the previous model. In addition to the revised V-6, the truck also receives a fresh 8-speed automated transmission method. Read along to Learn More:

The Colorado was just updated recently for the previous model. As such the surface is still fresh and not undergo any important alterations. Exactly like the outgoing model, the newest Colorado characteristics the equivalent grille with aero shutters. The model also includes an aluminum hood.

On the sides, the truck still features triple-sealed doors, which as well as improving the trucks aero-dynamics also makes the cabin much quieter. The sides also feature gripper tires.

In Terms of the exterior color choices, the truck is available in Rainforest Green Metallic, Cyber Gray Metallic, Redhot, Brownstone Metallic, Black, Redhot, Summit White, Redhot Metallic and Silver Ice Metallic.

The model is given in 6 trim levels much like the 2016 model. Base models feature manual climate control while the New Colorado Z71 models have a single-zone climate control program. A 6-speaker sound system and a 4.0-inch color display can be found as standard features.

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However, the LT, in addition to the Z71 trims, features the automakers My Link system, that includes a radio with 8-inch touch-screen color display. It packs 2 USB charging ports, Sirius-XM satellite-radio in addition to OnStar navigation. All Colorado models also feature A rear vision camera and dynamic recommendations that improve its maneuvering. As for the upholstery, base models feature quality cloth upholstery while the LT and Z71 trims feature leather upholstery.

Engine Specs and Overall Performance

With the exception of the V-6 mill that has been revised, the lineup of the engines remains similar to the outgoing model. The base mill is still a 2.5 L, the 4-cylinder power plant that produces 200 hp and 191 lb-ft of torque. This engine mates to a 6-speed automated transmission or a 6-speed manual transmission. Well, for long-distance travelers or those that haul or tow large loads, the automaker still supplies the Duramax mill. It is a 2.8 L, turbo diesel mill beneficial to 181 hp and a whopping 369 lb-ft of torque.

Things progress with the 3.6 L, V-6. The automaker has upgraded its variable valve timing system for the intake and exhaust sides. Its direct fuel injection system has also been upgraded. The engine also includes Active Fuel Management, which can be a first for the V-6 mill. This gives the mill to use as a V-4 throughout low-load circumstances which will help enhance the truck fuel-economy. The newest upgrades and three horsepower and 6 lb-ft of torque making the engine now produced 308 hp and 275 lb-ft of torque.

The 2018 Chevrolet Colorado engine mates to the automakers Hydra-Matic 8L45, the 8-speed automated transmission system that replaces the previous 6L80, 6-speed automated system. The new system adds two gear overdrives and contains helped designers to shorten the very first gear, which makes the model faster and more equipped to deal with heavy loads. On the other hand, the automaker is yet to produce official details on tow ratings or payload capacity. Nevertheless, I expect the trucks fuel efficiency to boost from the current 18 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on highway drives.

Price and release date

GM is yet to reveal official prices of their Colorado; nevertheless, the automaker has affirmed that the trucks will start coming in dealer showrooms with that last quarter of 20 17.

As for the price tag, I do expect it to improve much from that of the outgoing models. As such, expect the base model to really have a starting price of around $21000 while a fully equipped model using all the Duramax mill, 4WD and long bed to cost up to $45000. We’ll update you once we get official prices from the automaker. The strongest rivals of the 2018 Chevrolet Colorado should include the newest versions of Nissan Frontier and Toyota Tacoma.

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