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If you want a new pickup truck that looks fantastic, drives great, and has plenty of towing and hauling capability for all sorts of journeys and applications around Sudbury and the surrounding area, plenty of people will immediately refer you to a full-size pickup. However, if you want something a little smaller, lighter, more maneuverable, and with better fuel economy, the 2023 Chevrolet Colorado is ready to ride to the rescue. The Chevy Colorado has long been a first-choice truck for many in the midsize segment, but the refreshed 2023 model takes this sensational truck to an entirely new level.
There are loads of trucks available with a bewildering array of ways to configure them, but the 2023 Chevrolet Colorado takes a more rationable approach to specifications. There are still plenty of choices available, but the new Colorado has done away with superfluous configurations that hardly anyone ever bought. Most buyers understandably choose crew cabs for their five seats and four full-size doors, so every 2023 Blazer comes with a crew cab and a short bed. There’s also a single engine that powers the Blazer in all five trim levels, but there are important variations with different trim levels.
The available trim levels cover a lot of ground, and there are five of them. The base model is the fleet-focused WT, so retail buyers will start at the LT and then look to the Trail Boss, Z71, and the all-new ZR2. The ZR2 is an incredibly exciting and desirable addition to the Colorado family, so demand is sure to be extremely strong for the range-topper.
As you just read, all versions of the 2023 Chevrolet Colorado come with what appears to be the same engine. However, the 2.7-litre turbo-four that also features in the Colorado’s full-size, light-duty sibling propels the Colorado in three different versions. The WT and LT trims get what’s referred to as the 2.7L Turbo, a version of the engine that develops 237 horsepower and 260 lb.-ft. of torque.
If you step up to the Trail Boss or Z71 trim levels, you then get the 2.7L Turbo Plus, which increases the output to 310 horsepower and 390 lb.-ft. of torque. Although the 2.7L Turbo High Output in the range-topping ZR2 puts out the same 310 horsepower as the Turbo Plus, the available torque increases by 40 to 430 lb.-ft. And when it comes to towing, the 2023 Colorado can tow up to 3,493 kg (7,700 pounds) when properly configured, which would have been full-size truck capability not too many years ago.
There are tons of standard and available features and technology to impress and delight you with the all-new 2023 Chevrolet Colorado. Some are entirely practical, such as the available class-exclusive integrated tailgate with its lockable, built-in watertight storage compartment that’s perfect for stowing tools or emergency equipment and even includes a drain that allows it to be used as a cooler. And on the inside, there’s an 11.3-inch Diagonal Infotainment Display, up to an 11-inch Diagonal Digital Driver Information Centre, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, and best-in-class camera technology with up to ten different camera views.
Depending on the trim level, five different drive modes are also available to make life easier. The five modes are Normal: for everyday on-road driving. Tow/Haul: for trailering and hauling. Off-Road: designed for general off-pavement driving. Terrain: for low-speed rock crawling and the ZR2-exclusive Baja mode for high-speed desert running.
The 2023 Chevrolet Colorado is all the truck you need as long as 3,493 kg is enough towing capacity for you. Beyond that, it’s hard to think of anything the all-new Colorado can’t handle, so experience it for yourself with a test drive from Southside Chevrolet Buick GMC at 2601 Regent St, Sudbury, ON, or call us at (705) 523-2438 to book a test drive for a time that suits you.