You don't have any saved vehicles!
Look for this link on your favorites:
Once you've saved some vehicles, you can view them here at any time.
Although not the longest-running pickup in the Chevrolet lineup, the Chevy Colorado has been a very popular option for drivers looking for a smaller truck. Originally released for the 2004 model year, the Colorado is a terrific option if you do not want a full-size pickup but need the power and functionality of a truck. Two generations have been available for the Chevy Colorado, and there are some significant differences between them, so it is important you know what you are looking for when choosing the right model year. With that in mind, any Chevy Colorado you find is sure to be a fantastic truck with a lot to offer.
The original design of the Chevy Colorado was a compact truck, first released for the 2004 model year in the US, and had rear-wheel drive standard. All-wheel drive has been available throughout its run, though you may need to look at certain trims for some years to find AWD models. The initial release featured a 2.8L I-4 engine standard, with a 3.5L engine available, and you can find models from this first generation with either manual or automatic transmissions. There was a facelift on the Chevy Colorado in 2007, with new engines available starting that year, and some exterior updates.
For the 2015 model year, the second generation of the Chevy Colorado was released in the US as a midsize pickup with three cab-size options and numerous engines to choose from. The standard engine was a 2.5L I-4 engine with a 3.6L V6 engine available; starting in 2016, a 2.8L Duramax turbo-diesel also became available. Although a 6-speed manual transmission was available for the first few years of the Chevy Colorado’s second generation, it was discontinued for the 2019 model year, and an automatic transmission became the only option. When looking at models from this generation, keep an eye out for the ZR2 trim for incredible off-road performance.