Colorado And Canyon Are Most Fuel Efficient Trucks In America
The 2016 Chevy Colorado Duramax and its diesel-powered sibling, the GMC Canyon, are the most efficient pickups on the market at 31 mpg highway, according to the newly announced EPA fuel economy estimates.
Diesel models of the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon are the first to get extra scrutiny by the EPA and CARB, but they're expected to pass. The added testing shouldn't effect when they hit dealers, either.
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Official details are finally coming out about the 2016 Chevrolet Colorado Duramax. The pickup offers 181 hp and 369 lb-ft from its 2.8-liter engine. Prices are $3,730 over a comparable V6, but the diesels come with a load of standard tech.
General Motors is recalling 521,817 vehicles worldwide in two separate campaigns. One covers a problem with the seat belts in the Chevy Malibu, and the other is a possible manufacturing error for the seats on the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon.
The Chevrolet Colorado Z71 Trail Boss is going after customers who want to give their midsize pickups an off-road-ready look. With some blacked out trim on the outside, there's also a locking rear differential at the back and GearOn accessories in the bed.
The Chevy Colorado is getting a box delete option that will allow upfitters prepare the trucks for very specific work duties. Chevy claims this is the only midsize pickup in the segment to offer such a package.