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The midsize pickup truck segment continues to be dominated by the Chevy Colorado. Back for the 2017 model year, the truck once again appeals to modern drivers, attracting buyers with its strong performance, fuel-efficient diesel engine option, range of state-of-the-art features and smooth ride. Coming into the new model year, the Colorado receives a new V6 engine and eight-speed automatic transmission, which you can read more about in our 2017 Chevy Colorado review below.
The 2017 Chevy Colorado in Decatur is offered in a range of body styles and trims. There are five-seat crew cab models, two-seat extended cab models and four-seat extended cab models available. It also comes in two bed lengths of four trims: Base, Work Truck, LT and Z71.
There are a number of reasons to love the latest Colorado model, but there's no denying its features are at the top of the list. Depending on which model or package you choose, you can acquire an assortment of first-class amenities. An EZ-Lift tailgate, keyless entry, cruise control, overhead console, automatic locking differential, heated front seats and foglights are just a few of the components you can get.
An off-roading Trail Boss package is also available, adding on off-road lights, fender flares, all-terrain tires, 17-inch black wheels, black step bars, an off road sport bar and black badges.
A 2.5L four-cylinder, delivering 200 horsepower and 191 lb.-ft. of torque, is the entry-level engine offered on the 2017 Chevy Colorado in Decatur. It's paired with a six-speed manual, but a six-speed automatic is available. The engine also supports a 3,500-pound towing capacity.
Aside from its four-cylinder powerplant, a brand-new 3.6L V6 engine is offered, generating 308 horsepower and 275 lb.-ft. of torque. It's matched to a class-exclusive eight-speed automatic that supports its capabilities, helps improve trailering performance and boosts efficiency.
A turbocharged 2.8L four-cylinder diesel engine is also available on the LT and Z71 crew cab models. Producing 181 horsepower and 369 lb.-ft. of torque, the engine comes standard with a six-speed automatic and offers a 7,700-pound tow rating.
Antilock brakes, airbags, traction and stability control, a rearview camera and trailer sway control are all featured on the Colorado. OnStar is also standard. It offers emergency crash notification, remote locking/unlocking and stolen vehicle notification. A Safety package is even available on the LT trim that comes with lane departure warning and forward collision warning, which have each been highlighted in multiple 2017 Chevy Colorado reviews.
If you're not sure the 2017 Toyota Tacoma, Nissan Frontier, Honda Ridgeline and the GMC Canyon are appropriate for you, then take a look at a 2017 Chevrolet Colorado near Decatur. Chances are that it fully suits the demands of your every need, with its series of features and winning exterior styling from front to back. Confirm if it's right for you using our 2017 Chevrolet Colorado review as well as the included third-party comparison tool; and when you've decided, make sure you view financing incentives on our site.
As your local car dealer, we're the spot to go if you want to find the crowd-pleasing Chevrolet Colorado. We've provided this 2017 Chevrolet Colorado review because it's imperative to make an educated decision when you're buying a car. Pin down the new Chevrolet Colorado at Miles Chevrolet, where you can be pleased with a test drive and view the model upfront. If you can't wait to see it live, take a peek at its stylish design in the embedded video clip before you stop by.
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