The mid-size Chevy Colorado is a welcome addition to the American automaker’s lineup for many drivers. Whereas before, truck fans were limited to the larger Silverado, now drivers who don’t need a vehicle that’s quite the size of the Silverado can opt for a more compact truck that still boasts plenty of hauling power. When the editors from AutoWeek tested out the 2015 Colorado, they were suitably impressed with its utility and drivability.
The exact truck test-driven by the editors was a Colorado LT with Crew Cab. This truck offers four doors and a large bed, which means the Colorado is plenty roomy for families as well as workmen. Options added to this particular truck included leather seats, remote start, polished exhaust tips, CGN spray-in bed liner, and a safety package—all of which bumped the price up to $35,000. Despite its hefty price tag, AutoWeek editors were impressed by all the Colorado had to offer, and mentioned that customers could easily get a comfortable Colorado for a more reasonable price tag.
Some of the main pluses of the Colorado as mentioned by AutoWeek include improved fuel economy, a functional interior, and a manageable size when compared to its larger cousin. Here at Langs Chevrolet, we recommend you come out and test-drive one to see for yourself just how capable the mid-size Chevy Colorado can be.