'The pickup class still has a lot of work to do,' IIHS says
Price represents a $5,750 premium over the standard ZR2.
Videos of the occurrences leave us scratching our heads.
For years, the Toyota Tacoma has been the go-to option for off-road pickup trucks. Like the Jeep Wrangler, there seems to be endless support from the aftermarket for Tacoma owners. Thanks to the new Chevy Colorado, the Tacoma is no longer the only big player in the midsize-truck markert (sorry Nissan Frontier owners). The aftermarket is finally starting to take notice, too, with major suppliers like ARB and AEV offering new, unique products for one of our favorite Chevys.
The 2.3-liter EcoBoost should be pretty good. But what else might Ford throw under the hood?
It will compete against five other types of compact pickup.
We went to the State of Colorado to check out the Truck of Colorado – specifically, the off-road ready ZR2.
We're still not sure what's under the hood, but we're happy to speculate.
Chevy adds a sporty new trim.
It undercuts the less-advanced 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro by $700.
Assault is a crime. Sorry Chevrolet Colorado. You didn't deserve this.
Next year is shaping up to be a great one for cars, SUVs, and trucks. Here's what has us excited.
Some thoughtful touches make this Colorado a totally tubular way to hit the beach with your rad buddies.
Out of the 11 trucks that were tested, only one has "good" headlights.
The Colorado ZR2 will feature spool valve shocks, according to these new spy photos.
The full reveal will be at the Association of the United States Army trade conference.
Now you can choose whether you want your Canyon to be luxurious or an off-roader.
Plus the revised V6 gets some hand-me-down tech from Cadillac.