The Colorado Trail Boss Doesn’t Mean a ZR2 isn’t Coming

Recently, Chevrolet pulled the covers off their more off-road focused version of the Colorado Z71, called the Trail Boss. But is┬áthe Trail Boss the watered-down ZR2 that we’re actually going to get? No! Sources inside General Motors have told us that the public reception of the Colorado ZR2 has been excellent. The truck has been […] More »

  Comments | By - March 23, 2015

Chevrolet Colorado Trail Boss Adds More of What You Want

Midsize pickups are growing in popularity again in the United States, and Chevrolet is leading the charge with the Colorado. The highest trim level you can get, at least until now, is the Z71. Designed to be the fully-loaded, off-road capable special, the Z71 is targeted straight at the buying demographic for this type of […] More »

  Comments | By - March 18, 2015

2015 Chevrolet Colorado Review: You Know You Want a Truck

One of the most talked-about trim levels of the new Chevrolet Colorado is the off-road Z71 version. But the other high-trim level available is the LT. Available as either an extended cab or a crew cab, with either a short or long box, the LT offers styling that isn’t available on the Z71. But how […] More »

  Comments | By - March 18, 2015

GM’s Going to Trim Its Chevrolet and GMC Powertrain Warranties to 60,000 Miles

You can’t see me right now, but trust me – I’m scratching my head in confusion. According to General Motors, “free scheduled maintenance and warranty coverage do not rank high as a reason to purchase a vehicle” to buyers of non-luxury brands. Its five-year, 100,000-mile powertrain warranty on its GMC and Chevrolet vehicles just hasn’t […] More »

  Comments | By - March 16, 2015

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