It's still the best in the herd.
How the new 2020 Jeep Gladiator entering the U.S. midsize pickup truck market will compare to its competition in power, torque and size.
Owners can take their trucks to dealers now.
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 Chevy Colorado ZR2 is a favorite here at Autoblog. It was a finalist for our most recent Technology of the Year award thanks to some trick spool-valve suspension. It's supremely capable off road without giving up anything on the streets. It looks like Chevy may have something bigger planned for the ZR2. AutoGuide reports that GM recently filed a trademark for the name "ZR2 Bison." In fact, we may have alread
You're brand new car is going to lose a ton of value right when you drive it off the lot, right? Turns out, that may not always be the case.
These midsize trucks are very similar on paper.
AEV doesn't just build Jeeps and Rams.
Think of this as a blackout package.
They're going on sale in October and November.
It will compete against five other types of compact pickup.
Don't expect Raptor Lite, but do expect a very compelling package.
Multimatic lends its expertise to make Colorado more capable.
Some thoughtful touches make this Colorado a totally tubular way to hit the beach with your rad buddies.
The hydrogen fuel cell provides juice for a portable power unit while another system harnesses the ZH2's water emissions to provide a drink for thirsty troops.
Maybe if the midsize pickup market gets big enough, we could see a new Ranger and Frontier.