The Chevrolet Colorado is a mid-sized pickup originally introduced in 2004 to replace the Chevy S-10. Named after the great State of Colorado the Chevy Colorado was the Motor Trend Truck of the Year for 2015 and 2016.
The Colorado has experienced fairly major redesign every 5 years or so and is in its 3rd generation with the ZR2. The 2019 Colorado ZR2 Bison is expected to bring about a new level of off-road prowess to this popular pickup.
Posted by Mark Williams | October 18, 2018 No doubt the American Expedition Vehicles-inspired 2019 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison option package will help Chevy strengthen its off-road credibility with aftermarket and manufacturer players. Although we haven’t driven it yet, the Colorado ZR2 Bison looks impressive on paper and when you see it in person.
Richmond drivers, the Chevrolet Colorado is now available at Dueck Richmond. Test-drive today!
American Overland Adventures loaned me one of their 2018 Chevrolet Colorado trucks with the ZR2 Off Road package and Duramax Diesel and here are my thoughts / review
Chevrolet already unveiled its hardcore Colorado back at the beginning of September, so the photos here today aren’t spy shots in the strictest sense. Obviously there isn’t any camo wrap, or black tarps, or any clever colored tape hiding things.
A Chevy Colorado is on our shortlist of vehicles we would love to have in our garage. And because of this, we’ve spent no shortage of time critiquing and researching reasons why others should own one. At the same time, we have reasons why someone may want to pass it up.
The plan seemed simple enough: go off-roading in the 2018 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2. Chevy’s trail-worthy truck has been getting a lot of buzz lately, and since you can’t review something like this without actually putting it to the test, I set aside a day to take the ZR2 up to an off-road park just north of Los Angeles called Rowher Flats.
2018 Chevrolet Colorado Shown Call it the Swiss Army Truck: The Colorado can do everything from off-road exploring and hefty towing to running school carpools. Highly configurable and aptly skilled, it offers a trim for every occasion as well as the rugged-and-ready ZR2.
The Chevrolet Colorado and its counterpart, the GMC Canyon, is a series of compact and later mid-size pickup trucks marketed by American automaker General Motors. They were introduced in 2004 to replace the Chevrolet S-10 compact pickups. It is named for the U.S. state of Colorado.