DETROIT – More 2015 Chevrolet Colorados have been sold in Los Angeles than any other city to date, and the 2015 Motor Trend Truck of the Year has overtaken the Nissan Frontier to become No. 2 in market share nationally.
WENTZVILLE, Mo. – Cherolet and GMC announced that its two newest entries in the midsize truck segment are one step closer to being on the road, with the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon shipping to dealers today.
“Our truck lineup is all about giving truck buyers choice,” said Tony Johnson, Colorado marketing manager. “With the Build Your Own site, Colorado customers can equip their truck, request a quote from the dealer and even get a price on their trade-in.”
General Motors says the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon will offer what it calls segment-leading fuel economy for V-6 midsize pickup trucks, based on EPA fuel economy estimates.
For V-6 pickups with automatic transmissions, which make up the majority of midsize truck sales, GM says the Colorado and Canyon offer highway fuel economy 3 to 5 mpg better than competitors.
Offering visitors to the Downtown San Diego area a sneak peak of its highly anticipated new truck, Chevrolet featured a giant display highlighting its 2015 Chevrolet Colorado models. The all-new 2015 Chevy Colorado is on display this weekend at the 2015 U.S. Sand Sculpting Championships, and Chevy got into the sand-sculpting excitement by having a sand castle version of the Colorado constructed for the event. (If you missed the video of the Colorado constructed of sand, check it out here.)
The Rally 2 Edition package for 2015 Silverado LT pickups features a body-colored grille with a black bowtie, 22-inch black alloy wheels, black tubular side steps and black mirror caps and door handles. Twin black Rally stripes on the hood and tailgate give the Rally Edition a unique appearance.
LOS ANGELES – Chevrolet lrecently unveiled the all-new 2015 Chevrolet Colorado, which it says will redefine the midsize truck and offer real truck capability and versatility to customers who don’t require a full-size truck.
The new Colorado is built with the DNA of a true Chevy truck, expected to deliver class-leading power, payload and trailering ratings. Colorado goes on sale in fall 2014 as a 2015 model.
“Our strategy is simple: meet the needs of the broadest possible customer base, and let them choose precisely the right truck to meet their needs,” said Mark Reuss, General Motors executive vice president and president of GM North America. “The all-new Colorado benefits from the solid foundation established by the Silverado, and it reinvents the midsize truck while reinvigorating the segment at the same time.”