You don't have any saved vehicles!
Look for this link on your favorites:
Once you've saved some vehicles, you can view them here at any time.
Our electric vehicle charging station is currently down. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Chevy’s redesigned midsized truck will come in five versions. The WT (Work Truck) offers all the essentials to get the job done, while the LT adds more equipment for additional comfort and style. Drivers wanting a sporty pickup can steer towards the Z71, which has unique accents inside and out. Borrowing from its Silverado big brother, the Colorado gets a Trail Boss trim for the first time. Features like a factory-standard two-inch lift give the Trail Boss extra off-pavement capabilities. Capping off the new Colorado lineup is a reworked ZR2 with a 3-inch lift and wider stance. All 2023 Colorados come in a crew cab configuration with a short bed.
Chevrolet has eliminated the entire engine range from the second-generation Colorado in favor of a single turbocharged 2.7-liter four-cylinder powerplant. Engine output (horsepower and torque) varies based on the trim and often exceeds what was previously available. For instance, the base version of the new engine produces 18% more horsepower and 36% more torque than the equivalent powerplant in the last Colorado. Similarly, the higher-output versions of the 2.7-liter engine produce more torque than the V6 or turbo-diesel engine from the previous Colorado.
The base engine, dubbed 2.7L Turbo, will offer 237 horsepower and 259 lb.-ft. of torque in the WT and LT; these Colorados will have a maximum trailer load of 3,500 pounds. A more powerful version, the 2.7L Turbo Plus, making 310 horsepower and 390 lb.-ft. of torque, will serve as the standard engine in the Z71 and Trail Boss (and be optional for the WT and LT). Trailering with the Turbo Plus engine will max out at 7,700 pounds. Exclusive to the ZR2 is the 2.7L Turbo High-Output with additional torque (430 lb.-ft.) for extra low-end grunt. The ZR2 will tow up to 6,000 pounds. All Colorado powerplants will be paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
A full roster of standard and available equipment will be released closer to the 2023 Colorado’s release date. In the meantime, here are some highlights. All trims will come with slim-profile headlights, with the Z71 and ZR2 getting LED exterior lighting. All-season tires on 17-inch wheels will come standard on the WT and LT, while the Z71 and Trail Boss are slated to have 18-inch wheels with all-terrain tires. Only the ZR2 will get a 17-inch wheel setup with oversized 33-inch maximum traction tires. An 8-inch digital instrument display will be standard across most of the lineup, with the ZR2 getting an 11-inch version. Chevy will also include proximity keyless entry with push-button start on the LT and above (the WT will get remote keyless entry with push-button start).
All 2023 Colorado trims are to be equipped with Chevy Safety Assist for forward collision alert, automatic emergency braking, forward pedestrian braking, lane keep assist with lane departure warning, following distance indicator, and automatic high beams. Available safety upgrades for the Colorado (all trims) include blind-zone steering assist, rear cross-traffic braking, adaptive cruise control, a surround-view monitor, and rear pedestrian alert.
The 2023 Colorado is set to lead its segment with an 11.3-inch center touchscreen multimedia system powered by Google. Other tech includes wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a multi-speaker audio system, and access to OnStar and Chevrolet Connected Services. The infotainment screen will also provide views of the available multi-camera system (which Chevy says will vary by trim) for convenient trailer hookups and more confident off-road maneuvering.