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Chevrolet Colorado
STATUS: Off-road Bison model added for 2019 - The Colorado certainly has plenty to offer anyone wanting a less-than-full-size pickup, whether it's the four-door extended-cab with a 62-inch box, or the four-door crew cab that comes with a 50- or available 62-inch bed (there are no regular-cabs available). Each style can be had with a gasoline or turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine or a V-6. All three are hooked up to automatic transmissions, but if you want a manual gearbox the non-turbo 2.5 is your only choice. The turbo-diesel is the go-to model for hauling payloads up to 1,800 pounds or trailering up to 7,700 pounds. For off-roading, the ZR2 trim's unique front and rear bumpers help provide additional ground clearance, and aluminum skid plates protect the radiator, oil pan, suspension and transfer case. The grille and hood are ZR2 exclusives, as are the special off-road dampers, 31-inch Goodyear rubber and the fully functional off-road rocker-panel protection. For 2019, a new ZR2 Bison adds hardcore gear for more severe off-roading, such as an engine snorkel to keep fresh air entering the engine - instead of water - when fording deep rivers.
Base price (incl. destination): $21,500
Type: Four-door mid-size pickup
Engines (h.p.): 2.5-liter I-4 (200); 3.6-liter V-6 (308); 2.8-litre I-4, turbo-diesel (186)
Transmissions: Six-speed manual; six-speed automatic; eight-speed automatic (V-6)
Drivetrain: Rear-/four-wheel-drive
Base mpg (city/highway/combined): 19/26/22 (2.5 MT, RWD)
Base weight (lb.): 3,985

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