2020 CHEVY COLORADO REVIEW
Around the areas of Wexford, Pittsburgh, and Cranberry Township, you’ll find a number of rugged off-road trails and stunning vistas to explore. Behind the wheel of a midsize pickup truck, such as the 2020 Chevy Colorado, getting to and from them all should be no trouble at all.
No matter the weather or the state of the terrain, the Colorado was built to pull through. Check out this handy review from the Baierl Chevrolet team to see what else it can do for you.
BIG POWER MEETS BALANCED EFFICIENCY
Midsize pickup trucks tend to walk the line between all-out power and fuel consciousness. As in many other Chevy models, the 2020 Colorado offers a few different engine options to help you achieve the right balance of each.
While the 2.5L 4-cylinder offers a solid baseline, muscleheads will want to opt for the available 3.6L V6 engine. As the brawniest of the lineup, it delivers as much as 308 HP—a best-in-class distinction that helps this truck zoom past its competitors when given the opportunity.
If you move up farther in the lineup, you’ll find the available Duramax® 2.8L engine. With its Turbo-Diesel enhancement, this powertrain achieves the vehicle’s best towing capacity at 7,700 pounds. However, it’s able to maintain the best fuel efficiency at the same time.
With an EPA-estimated 30 MPG highway, the Colorado cuts down on pitstops at the gas station, even when you’re hauling the heaviest of loads.
THE 2020 CHEVY COLORADO ZR2 TAKES ITS POWER OFF-ROAD
Want to take all that fun 2020 Colorado power off the beaten path? Want to explore new terrain? The ZR2 trim level is ready to help you do so.
This trim is designed with an enhanced off-road truck chassis that includes a 48-mm factory-installed lift. The extra rise keeps the truck’s underbelly off rocky, muddy, or wet surfaces, while skid plates and rock sliders protect your truck from harmful debris.
With the addition of front and rear electronic locking differentials and exclusive Multimatic™ shocks, you can plow through rough roads without losing grip or wearing down your ride!