2018 Chevrolet Colorado Specs

The 2018 model of Chevrolet Colorado is a midsize truck which does not fail to provide users a car like maneuverability and fuel economy. Along with other options, this Chevrolet Colorado comes with a good all round pickup truck competency. Toyota Tacoma and Honda Ridgeline, Honda Accord are three of its market competitors. Honda Accord is one of most fuel efficient midsize sedans.

The 2018 model comes with a handful of upgrades such as Apple CarPlay integration and Android Auto integration. Moreover, last year’s infotainment screen of 4.4 inches is now replaced by a 7 inch one.

Up next, we will discuss about the trim levels offered by Chevrolet for its 2018 Colorado model. Let’s take a quick look at the 2018 Chevrolet Colorado Specs.

Trim levels & features of by Chevrolet Colorado 2018 –

Chevrolet Colorado 2018 comes with two bed lengths and five trim levels. The five trim levels are as follows: Base, Work Truck, LT, Z71 and ZR2.

As far as a no frills truck is concerned, the Base and Work Truck model comes with limited features and is available at a very reasonable price. As far as price is concerned, the LT trim is of midrange and it offers extras like a standard 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot and a larger touchscreen. On the other hand, the Z71 trim includes some equipment along with basic off road prowess, whereas, the ZR2 trim comes with a small change in the body which gives it some improved off road capabilities.

The Base trim which comes in both crew cab and extended cab body styles simply covers truck basics without much extras, yet it offers a significant number of iems. Its standard feature includes a 4 cylinder inline engine of 2.5 liter which produces 200 horsepower and 191 pound feet torque, 16 inch steel wheels, a 6 speed manual transmission, air conditioning, floor covering, vinyl upholstery, a 4 way power driver seat with manual recline, adjustable steering wheel, front bucket seats, power windows, a 6 speaker sound system with Chevrolet’s application based MyLink system, a rearview camera, Bluetooth,  Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, voice controls, and a 7 inch display which we discussed earlier.

The Work Truck trim also comes in both crew cab and extended cab body styles. Along with this, it comes with fold up rear jump seats, carpeting, floor mats and cloth upholstery. However, there is one more major difference of this trim, which is, you are eligible to add some technical items, exterior trims and optional engines. For example, if you want to step up from the basic then you have two more engine options with this trim: a V6 engine of 3.6 liter which produces 308 horsepower and 275 pound feet torque and is paired to an 8 speed automatic transmission or a turbo charged 4 cylinder diesel engine of 2.8 liter which produces 181 horsepower and 369 pound feet torque and is paired to a 6 speed automatic transmission. Options offered with the Work truck trim include remote keyless entry, 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot connectivity, EZ Lift tailgate, cruise control, and OnStar telematics.

The LT trim simply includes everything in its standard model which is there in the Work Truck trim’s option sheet. Along with all those, you get 17 inch alloy wheels, , an 8 inch touchscreen, a leather wrapped telescoping and tilt steering wheel, a navigation system, satellite radio, 4G LTE Wi-Fi, 2 USB ports. And the added option sheet includes heated front seats, heated exterior mirrors, automatic climate control, 7 speaker premium Bose audio system, forward collision warning and lane departure warning.

In order to enjoy some more off road abilities and luxury items, there is the Z71 trim which simply comes with all the LT trim’s optional equipment. Along with this, you get dark tinted 17 inch alloy wheels, an off road oriented suspension, all terrain tires, a locking rear differential, unique cloth, hill descent control, simulated leather upholstery.

As expected, if you want to enjoy more ability off the beaten path, there is ZR2 trim for you which comes with bigger all terrain tires, a raised suspension with special dampers, an electronically locking rear differential, fender flares, a spray in bed liner, and a special bodywork.

Conclusion –

Chevrolet Colorado comes with a simple cabin layout along with a range of desirable engines. It offers long distance comfort. Whereas, Honda Ridgeline is known for its interior refinement and on road performance and Toyota Tacoma is known for its cool off – road capabilities and for its strong resale value. Now, what will be the most suitable model for you totally depends upon the attributes you are looking for. Considering this, the 2018 model of Chevrolet Colorado might be worth a test drive.

About Harshit Jain

Harshit Jain is a tech-savvy blogger. He is currently pursuing post graduation from Mumbai University. He likes to share his knowledge through his own blog at TripoSoft & TechHug as well as by writing guest articles on other blogging sites. Follow him on Facebook, Google+, Twitter.

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