2015 Chevy Colorado Review: Beware Of The Elastic Price Tag

There is no denying the fact that the Chevrolet Colorado is the best pickup truck in the market right now. The vehicle is simply splendid as it is affordable, economical, stylish and powerful at the same time.

Today, we are going to look into detail on the Chevrolet Colorado 4WD SLE Crew Long Box variant and does shows some signs of cracks to its flawless description. Costing at $35,235, there isn’t a lot wrong for the 4-door, 5-seats pickup truck.

The vehicle is adequately powered as it drives on the 3.6L V8 engine that is mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission. This develops 305hp and 269ft-llbs of torque while also returning 17mpg city and 24mpg on the highway.

If there is to be a flaw with the Chevrolet Colorado, we have to say that it is with the quality. Yes everything about the vehicle is durable but it could have been better if the Colorado are to be more responsive technically. The on-screen infotainment system takes too long to load up and there is a longer than average timing to engage into 4WD mode.

The biggest mishap of them all is the price. Apparently, the Colorado is so well publicized that it looks cheap and affordable. After going through the online configurator, we scored an additional $15k just to get the right pickup truck. The base price for the Colorado is $20,995.

That is one huge jump from the entry level basic model. This is something consumers need to be aware of and be careful before confirming their purchase.

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