The new Chevy Colorado doesn't add an overwhelming set of new features but it does make a handful of solid changes that creates a distinct version of the Chevy Colorado. The 2021 model year of the Chevy Colorado gets a new front fascia refresh, eliminates the Base trim, gets revised badging, and adds some new paint options. The latest year of the Chevy Colorado also gets a new Chrome Appearance package on the LT trim.

Standard Equipment

The WT (Work Truck) slots in as the base trim of the Chevy Colorado, offerings up ample power, tech, and versatility. Powering the WT is a 2.5-liter inline-4 engine that makes 200 horsepower and 191 pound-feet of torque. Working with the base engine is a two-wheel drivetrain and a 6-speed automatic transmission. The interior of the WT trim includes a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment display, two rows of seating, and vinyl/cloth seats. The Chevy Colorado also includes a cornerstep rear bumper, a locking tailgate, and 16-inch alloy wheels.

ZR2 Trim Overview


Looking for an off-road version of the Chevy Colorado? If yes, then the new Chevy Colroado ZR2 is a must consider! The Chevy ZR2 boasts the amplest array of performance and off-road features, mainly because it comes equipped with a ZR2 off-road package. The ZR2 includes standard four-wheel drive, full-locking front differential, an off-road rocker protector, 17-inch DuraTrac tires, and a ZR2 off-road package. The ZR2 off-road package is what really makes the ZR2 a brawny, versatile trim. The ZR2 off-road package includes multitrack shocks, off-road front fascia, and a taller/wider stance. The ZR2 also offers up a more powerful engine, offering drivers the choice of a 36.-liter V6 gas engine and a 2.8-liter turbodiesel inline-4 engine.

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