Mid-size pickups don't get more powerful, high-tech and ruggedly handsome than the Chevy Colorado. What design features sets this truck apart from the competition? The list is as long as it is impressive. Here are our Latrobe Chevrolet team's favorite features.

Trims for Everybody

The Chevy Colorado comes in eight trims, all of them designed to crush heavy-duty worksite details and uneven, off-road terrain. Their muscular exteriors get bold lines and beefy looks from an extra-crashworthy high-strength steel frame. Three choices of transmission and six bossy engines spread over eight trims give the Chevy Colorado a towing capacity of roughly 13,000 pounds. The trims are:

  • High Country: two-tone bronze finish, exclusive grille
  • LTZ: chrome accents, silver wheels
  • LT Trail Boss: sporty, dual-outlet exhaust
  • RST: body-color bumpers, LED headlights
  • LT: chrome bumpers, silver-painted wheels
  • Custom Trail Boss: above-average off-road suspension
  • Custom: center grille bar, huge 20-inch wheels
  • Work Truck: Colorado-stamped grille

High-Functioning Truck Bed

The Chevy Colorado's truck bed has you covered during low-light work scenarios, such as bad weather, early winter nights or early work mornings. The bed and cargo box have interior lighting and exterior lighting. There's a 120-volt outlet near the tailgate to keep work tools and campsite appliances juiced for days.


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