Chevro­let Colorado/GMC Canyon (cont.)

Diesel Power - - 2019 Diesel Truck And Van Buyerõs Guide -

Chevy in­tro­duced the Colorado ZR2 for 2017, a fac­tory-de­vel­oped off-road trim that of­fers much more than the sticker-and-shock pack­ages of years past. This rig is se­ri­ously good off the high­way and even earned 2018 Four Wheeler of the Year hon­ors from our sis­ter mag­a­zine, Four Wheeler. In Truck Trend’s Pickup Truck of the Year com­pe­ti­tion, the ZR2 per­formed in­cred­i­bly well, giv­ing driv­ers the con­fi­dence to have fun whether they’re rip­ping down dirt trails, rock­climb­ing, or just cruis­ing down the high­way. While the ZR2 has a few com­pro­mises (re­duced tow­ing ca­pac­ity, pay­load, and 19/22 mpg), it is a great op­tion for peo­ple who want to play off-road, and we be­lieve it is at its best with the torquey diesel en­gine. Up­dates in­clude blacked-out Chevro­let Bow Tie em­blems and a new 18-inch wheel de­sign.

Pric­ing for the ’19 Chevro­let Colorado starts at $37,475 with rear-wheel drive, and $40,940 for four­wheel-drive mod­els. GMC’s ’19 Canyon’s MSRP starts at $38,600.

Still in a seg­ment of their own, GM’s Chevro­let Colorado and GMC Canyon are best with the diesel mill, which pro­vides plenty of power to keep the mid­size truck mov­ing along, while sip­ping fuel to the tune of 30 mpg on the high­way.

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