Hey there, truck lovers, get ready for some exciting news! The 2024 Chevrolet Colorado is coming in with a whole new vibe. So, let's dive in: that robust 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine? Well, now it's strutting its stuff as the TurboMax engine.
The 310 hp/430 lb-ft option is now standard on the Trail Boss/Z71/ZR2 and is available as an option on the WT and LT. Chevrolet will no longer offer the Turbo Plus trim, which generated 310 hp and 390 lb-ft of torque. For the 2023 model year, this trim was offered on the WT and LT and standard on the Z71 and Trail Boss.
Inside, there's a treat waiting for you—a super sleek 11-inch driver information screen that's replacing the old 8-inch one. The work truck trim, aka WT, decided it was time to shine with a swanky floor console. Moreover, Chevy is jazzing things up with packages and options for different versions. Safety is also getting a boost with Blind Zone Steering Assist with Trailering, making your towing adventures smoother than ever.
But wait, there's a superstar making its entrance—the all-new ZR2 Bison Edition. It's not just a truck; it's a trail-blazing, off-road legend. It will come with off-road gear and a bunch of other goodies. The catch? Shh, the price is still hush-hush. But the wait won't be long, as it's hitting the streets this fall.