Used Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Trucks

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2015 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab What's new for 2015? 
2015 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

For 2015, everything starting with the frame – designed to be tough like the frame of its big brother Chevy Silverado – is new, including the body, engines and interior.

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2012 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab What's new for 2012? 
2012 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

For 2012, Chevrolet makes a number of equipment changes to the Colorado line. The Power Convenience Package is added to 1LT trims, while 2LT trims gain standard front bucket seats. LT models no longer offer a manual transmission, and the 5.3-liter V8 engine is no longer offered on the 1LT. A locking rear differential is made standard on 2LT, 3LT and 1LT 4x4 models.

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2011 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab What's new for 2011? 
2011 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

For 2011, the Colorado receives newly designed front seat head restraints and the upgraded OnStar version 9.0.

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2010 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab What's new for 2010? 
2010 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

For 2010, the Colorado's available V8 engine receives variable valve timing, while head curtain side airbags are made standard on all models.

About Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

The all-new 2015 Chevrolet Colorado can carry a hefty payload and tow a 7,000-pound trailer, yet it's small enough to park in a garage. It's available as an Extended Cab or Crew Cab, rear-wheel drive or 4-wheel drive, and with a 5- or 6-foot bed. Its attractive styling, interior refinement and efficient-yet-powerful engines set it apart from its Toyota Tacoma and Nissan Frontier competitors. The new Colorado has best-in-class towing, is expected to offer best-in-class fuel economy, and is first in its class to offer features like Forward Collision Alert, Lane Departure Warning and a standard back-up camera. All that, plus refinement and cool tech features should also attract owners of crossover SUVs who may have left the midsize truck market when it became stagnant.

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