2015 Chevrolet Colorado interior
Pickup truck buyers who are not inquisitive about full-size trucks want a lot of options and Chevrolet’s new Colorado really should really verify to become a engaging choice, affirms PickupTrucks. com editor Mark Williams. The new-for-2015 truck is really a mixture of GM’s ideal designs and solutions direct from 2014 Silverado 1500 and also the heavier-duty new world Holden Colorado, Williams affirms.
GM can unveil typically the all-new 2015 Chevrolet Colorado soon in the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show. For the remainder of Williams’ in-depth report on typically the new Colorado, head to PickupTrucks. com. For a lot of photos, look into the gallery under and click on any image for the larger version ; all photos by Cars. com photographer Evan Sears.
At launch, the 2015 GMC Canyon will feature a 2.5L four cylinder (good for 193 hp) as well as the 3.6L six cylinder (for 306 302 hp) LFX engine. By the 2016 model year, a 2.8L Duramax diesel engine will join the arsenal. All are expected to lead their classes in power and fuel efficiency. Granted, the midsized truck segment as it stands is more stale than a forgotten bag of open potato chips from Thanksgiving, which should give the Canyon (and Colorado) an advantage out of the gate.
The 2015 GMC Canyon also rejuvinates the midsized truck segement with active aero grille shutters, available OnStar 4G LTE connectivity with on-board Wi-Fi, as well as a forward collision alert system. For the off-the-beaten-path types, there’s an All-Terrain off-road package with a unique suspension setup and body work that also doubles as the range-topping model at launch. There’s no word on a Denali model yet, but considering every other GMC model has a Denali variant, it would be strange if the new Canyon didn’t have one.