Here you go, boys and girls. While Chevy has yet to release all the details of the new 2015 Colorado pickup truck, at least one person with access to an image or two decided it would be okay to share with the crew at Carscoops, and so we have our first sneak peek.

Feel free to click on the image above for a larger view. We can't share any specifics with you, but we can suggest that those interested in this new midsize truck might want to come back around midnight for more.


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      Jesse Lamb
      • 1 Year Ago
      Being the owner of a 2010 GMC Canyon, I always get annoyed when people say it needs to be "priced low enough so people will want it over a full size". What is so hard to understand about people wanting a small truck because they DO NOT WANT a full size. Do I and would I pay 40k+ for a mid-size truck? Of course not. Would I pay 35k for a fully loaded quad cab 4x4 with a powerful engine (possibly a small diesel) and luxury options? That is a good possibility. I test drove several full size trucks before deciding on the Canyon. A mid-size is just the right size.
        William Flesher
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Jesse Lamb
        100% in agreement. The mid-sized trucks are far easier to garage. That said, a truly compact truck would be a nice option as well.
        graphikzking
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Jesse Lamb
        While I agree, I hate that when pricing a Tacoma its easily more expensive than a rebated up Tundra. I just feel like no matter how much I negotiate, I could have gotten a car that does so much more for cheaper. Even though its larger and not needed still just annoys me. Would you buy a gallon of milk for 3 dollars or a half gallon for 3.25 because thats what they make you do. Just make it SLIGHTLY cheaper at least.
          56Jalopy
          • 1 Year Ago
          @graphikzking
          What kind of half wit comment was that? If I only drink half gallon of milk in two weeks and have a small refrigerator I buy the half gallon. If I like to be able to park at the supermarket without a problem and only have a 22' garage and absolutely no need for a truck I need a stepladder to get into the bed I drive a mid size. Yes I bought a Frontier because the Titan was too big even though I could have bought a Titan fir less money with the $10,000.00 rebate at the time.
          montoym
          • 1 Year Ago
          @graphikzking
          They must offer a huge rebate on the Tundra then, or you're not comparing similarly-spec'd vehicles. The Tacoma starts at a much lower price than the Tundra and doesn't go nearly as high with options. I'm not sure how you are finding them priced so closely together honestly, there's a piece missing here.
        Jesus!
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Jesse Lamb
        Here is what you are not understanding though. The midsize truck market is near dead. Sure there are buyers, but full sizers are what the majority want. Sales speak that. I have no problem with owning either, but full size trucks offer a value unmatched by any passenger vehicle sold. For 35k you can have a well equipped full sizer with a lot of features plus tow a large boat plus have all your luggage for 4-5 people in the bed plus carry everyone in comfort. Nothing else can do that.
          Jesus!
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Jesus!
          Smiles...the segment died because for the same price of a 4 door midsize you could hve a 4 door or extended cab full size. Midsizers became too expensive for what they offer. So yes, sales speak that, the people voted, full size is where its at.
      Jeff Gilleran
      • 1 Year Ago
      Not bad looking at all. Might be a tough line to walk keeping it priced low enough to make it so people want to buy it over a Fullsize. I really miss the compact truck days though. Utility with reasonable posh and affordable pricing. Sigh.
      bootsnchaps60
      • 1 Year Ago
      Looks like the Ranger we don't have, or maybe vice versa. As another poster said, I wish something around the size of a 80's or early 90's Ranger was available for those of us who need a pickup sometimes but don't plan to tow a yacht. All the full size trucks are huge. I rent an F250 from U=haul occasionally; it's way moretruck than I need.
      darkness
      • 1 Year Ago
      Here's the interior https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=607704482609286&id=289826091063795&set=pb.289826091063795.-2207520000.1384908829.&source=42&ref=stream&__user=516505877
      robert
      • 1 Year Ago
      Good idea if they offer an entry regular cab base model. After owning a Ranger, two S10's and a Frontier, I can say a small/ mid pickup is very useful! A Frontier will be hard to beat!
      Allaround
      • 1 Year Ago
      I love it. if its priced right, my next truck for sure!
      graphikzking
      • 1 Year Ago
      Thrown in the Cruze diesel motor and call it a day for me!!! 30 plus mpg is a class leader GREAT free marketing!
      rayjht
      • 1 Year Ago
      I actually like it but I want to see the MPG's and the Dash to know how much. Great job GM!!
      tchshar
      • 1 Year Ago
      I'll be in line to buy the new truck.
      bookemd
      • 1 Year Ago
      Looks great, The MPGs will be interesting. Also engine choices. I assume the interior will follow the Silverados, which I like as it's not trying to be fancy, just straight up useful.
      Titansfan1967
      • 1 Year Ago
      That looks better than the overseas version. GM good job
      Avinash Machado
      • 1 Year Ago
      The Tacoma better watch out.
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