The 2023 Chevrolet Colorado release date is July 28
. Chevrolet has been tight-lipped about the refreshed Colorado
, but your husband won’t have to wait much longer. (Hopefully, he’ll still have his teeth by then.)
Again, details are in short supply for the new Colorado, though there are some educated guesses about what a refreshed Colorado will be all about.
According to Car & Driver Magazine, the new Colorado will likely offer three engines—a 3.6L V6, a turbo-diesel 2.8L inline-4 cylinder, and a turbocharged 2.7L inline-4-cylinder engine, which was likely lifted from the last Silverado.
Early promotional material shows a rear light bar and something known as a Safari Bar attached to the front end. The new Colorado will likely come in the following four trims for the associated estimated prices:
- Work Truck: $27,000
- LT: $30,000
- Z71: $37,000
- ZR2: $46,000
The base trim will be spartan and best serve work purposes, like hauling, towing, and other on-the-job tasks. Contrast that to the ZR2 trim, which is expected to be an off-roading menace. Promotional material for the 2023 edition shows the buff, wide-bodied ZR2 equipped with exclusive off-roading gear, including new spool-valve dampers, electronic locking differentials on both axles, a unique front-end design, and the aforementioned light bar.
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