2015 Chevrolet Colorado cargo bed
Two-tier loading in the 2015 Colorado allows a platform to effectively split the bed into upper and lower sections, making it easier to haul, store and conceal cargo. Thirteen standard tie-down locations in the bed accept movable cargo tie-down rings.
2015 Chevrolet Canyon crew cab
The 2015 Chevy Colorado, initially in showrooms fall 2014 with four- or six-cylinder gasoline engines, will offer what GM expects to be class-leading payload, and trailering capacity of more than 6,700 lb.
2015 Chevrolet Colorado extended cab
2015 Chevy Colorado configurations include extended cab with a 6-ft. bed, crew cab with a 5-ft. bed; and crew cab with a 6-ft. bed. WT, LT and Z71 trims will be available in 2WD or 4WD models.
Standard CornerStep rear bumper pioneered on the 2014 Silverado.
2015 Chevy Colorado comes ith an eight-inch color touch screen (LT, Z71) and multiple USB drives. A 3.4-inch driver information screen is in the instrument cluster.
The long-awaited redesign of the only mid-sized pickup truck by a U.S. maker, Chevrolet's Colorado, includes the promise of 2.8L Duramax turbodiesel power two years from now. The 2015 Colorado, initially in showrooms in fall 2014 with four- or six-cylinder gasoline engines, will offer what GM expects will be class-leading payload, and trailering capacity of more than 6,700 pounds
A 2.5L I4 is standard, and a 3.6L V6 will be an option. The engines are based on proven designs found in other Chevrolet vehicles, but tuned uniquely for truck duty to include more low-speed torque for power under load. The 2.5L I4 is estimated at 193 hp and 184 lb.-ft. of torque, with approximately 90 percent of the peak torque available from 2,000 rpm to 6,200 rpm. The 3.6L engine is estimated at 302 hp and 270 lb.-ft. of torque. SAE certification of the power ratings is pending.
The 3.6L V6, at 302 hp, equals the power of the 4.8L V8 sold in the 2012 Silverado (although it makes 11 percent less torque), and generates 97 percent of 2012's 5.3L V8 horsepower and 80 percent of its torque.
Colorado will also offer the segment’s only diesel engine in its second year – a Duramax 2.8L I4 turbodiesel already proven in global markets. Australian Colorado owners with the 2.8L Duramax say they're getting better than 28 mpg.
All models are matched with a six-speed automatic transmission with features that make hauling and trailering easier and more comfortable, including auto grade braking and a tow/haul mode.
- Boxed perimeter frame provides strength
- Configurations include extended cab with a 6-ft. bed, crew cab with a 5-ft. bed; and crew cab with a 6-ft. bed
- WT, LT and Z71 trims available in 2WD or 4WD models
- Triple-sealed doors inlaid in the body sides (like the 2014 Silverado) for improved aerodynamics and quieter interior
- Segment-exclusive active aero grille shutters, which close at highway speeds to enhance aerodynamics
- Standard two-tier loading that allows a platform to effectively split the bed into upper and lower sections, making it easier to haul, store and conceal items
- Standard bed rail and tailgate protectors
- Standard rear-vision camera system
- First in the mid-sized truck segment with available forward-collision alert
- First in the mid-sized truck segment with available lane-departure warning
- The Z71 comes standard with StabiliTrak electronic stability control with rollover mitigation, trailer sway control, hill start assist and hill descent control
- Four-wheel disc brakes with four-piston front calipers are standard
- Duralife brake rotors (pioneered on the 2014 Silverado) offer up to double the service life
- G80 automatic locking rear differential is standard on Z71 and available on WT and LT