This crew cab pickup with a short bed body is roomy, spacious, and powerful. It can seat up to 5 passengers and can work well as a family vehicle. Explore its specs to decide if it’s the one for you!
While you might not expect a large-and-in-charge vehicle like this one to get great gas mileage, the Chevrolet Colorado actually does fairly well. It gets 20 MPG city and 26 MPG highway.
Benefit from a 6-speed automatic, HMD, 6L50 transmission, which is included and only available with the (LCV) 2.5L I4 engine or the (LWN) 2.8L Duramax Turbo-Diesel engine.
A Gas I4, 2.5L engine comes standard.
Brake at the drop of a dime, due to the anti-lock braking system.
Showcasing a curb to curb turning diameter of 41.3 feet and power rack & pinion steering, the Chevrolet Colorado is a breeze to manipulate.
TIRE AND WHEEL SPECS
The tires and wheels your vehicle comes with can tell you a lot about its quality.
In this instance, you’ll benefit from a rear tire size of 255/65R17, a spare tire size of T175/90D18, a front tire size of 255/65R17, and a front wheel size of 17 x 8 inches.
This vehicle has an independent suspension system and an axle ratio of 4.1.
In the front seat of the Chevrolet Colorado, you’ll discover 414 inches of headroom, 575 inches of shoulder room, 45 inches of legroom, and 55 inches of hip room.
Moving to the second seat, there are 383 inches of headroom, 562 inches of shoulder room, 35.8 inches of legroom, and 53.3 inches of hip room.
When it comes to buying a safe automobile, the Chevrolet Colorado has you covered.
With this vehicle, you’ll have access to a full set of airbags, including a frontal driver airbag, a front passenger airbag, a front side-body airbag, a front side head airbag, and a rear side head airbag.
You’ll also enjoy traction control, a back-up camera, stability control, and a tire pressure monitor, as well as daytime running lights.
When it comes to trailering, the Chevrolet Colorado can be used with a dead weight hitch and a weight distributing hitch.
With a dead weight hitch, the maximum tongue weight is 350 pounds, and the maximum trailer weight is 3500 pounds.
With a weight distributing hitch, the maximum tongue weight is 350 pounds.