Used Chevrolet Colorado Regular Cab

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2012 Chevrolet Colorado Regular Cab What's new for 2012? 
2012 Chevrolet Colorado Regular 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 Regular Cab What's new for 2011? 
2011 Chevrolet Colorado Regular 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 Regular Cab What's new for 2010? 
2010 Chevrolet Colorado Regular Cab

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

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2009 Chevrolet Colorado Regular Cab What's new for 2009? 
2009 Chevrolet Colorado Regular Cab

Enhanced safety features include standard StabiliTrak stability control and a new braking system with improved stopping distance. A host of new equipment includes revised wheels, more standard equipment on LT trims and an improved Z71 package. A 5.3-liter V8 can now be ordered on both Extended and Crew Cab models.

About Chevrolet Colorado Regular Cab

Mid-size pickup trucks make a lot of sense, especially if you use your vehicle for work and play rather than shuttling to the office and running weekend errands. But, with budgets tight and fuel expensive a full-size pickup is probably overkill for most needs, which is why the 2012 Chevrolet Colorado is the right-size pickup for today's light-duty chores. Although its aging platform isn't as fresh as the Toyota Tacoma or Nissan Frontier, the Colorado still has a rugged charm about it. And its price point certainly can't be argued with, offering one of the most affordable entry-level trucks on the market. With the temporary demise of the Ford Ranger for 2012 (an all-new model is set to debut in 2013) and Ram not offering a Regular Cab Dakota, the Colorado has the domestic market all to itself. With a broad range of models, cab and bed configurations and engine choices, not to mention rear-wheel or 4-wheel drive, the Colorado is an attractive prospect for budget-conscious working folk and truck junkies in general.