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2007 Chevrolet Colorado Trims

LS

Avg. Price: $9,416

All '07 Colorados are powered by a 2.9-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 185 horsepower and 190 pound-feet of torque. A five-speed manual transmission is mated with this engine, while a four-speed automatic is optional.

A 3.7-liter inline five is optional. This engine generates 242 horsepower and 242 pound-feet of torque. On the regular cab with the base engine, fuel economy is estimated at 18/24 mpg.

The LS is the second-tier trim for Chevy's light-duty truck. It is differentiated from the lightly equipped Work Truck trim primarily by the availability of more optional features. At this level, buyers can add items like a CD/MP3 player, satellite radio, special paint, and privacy glass.

LS 4WD

Avg. Price: $10,850

The addition of Chevy's 4WD system adds a two-speed InstaTrac transfer case with push-button controls. Buyers may also opt for the Z71 Off-Road package, which adds a torsion-bar front suspension with heavier-duty shocks, a locking rear differential, oversize tires, and skid plates. The Z71 package also increases ride height.

The LS offers buyers an opportunity to create a slightly more comfortable and better-equipped version of the Colorado, through the availability of additional options. Standard features are still relatively simple, but buyers have the option of adding items like a CD/MP3 player and satellite radio at this level. This regular-cab version features a 72-inch bed.

LS Extended Cab

Avg. Price: $10,597

The LS trim offers only a minimal selection of standard features, but unlike the Work Truck, buyers can add a few additional comfort and convenience features at this level. LS options including a CD player, privacy glass, and satellite radio. Trim and seating are also upgraded. A 3.7-liter inline five is also available as an option, increasing both horsepower and torque to 242.

The extended-cab variation of Chevy's light-duty Colorado features two shorter, reverse-opening doors. The extended-cab layout also includes the longer 72-inch bed found on the regular cab.

LS Extended Cab 4WD

8 national listings
Avg. Price: $12,580

The LS Extended Cab is available with Chevy's 4WD system, which includes a two-speed InstaTrac transfer case with push-button controls. The 4WD Colorado models are also available with the Z71 off-road package, adding a torsion-bar front suspension with heavier-duty shocks, a locking rear differential, oversize tires, and skid plates. Fuel economy dips to 17/22 mpg with the addition of 4WD.

Many of the more-desirable comfort and convenience features are still optional on this second-tier trim, but LS buyers have the option of adding a CD player, privacy glass, and satellite radio.

Despite a relatively significant power boost for 2007, the Colorado remains a light-duty truck, with a maximum payload of 1,523 pounds and a towing capacity of 4,000 pounds. Towing capacity jumps to 5,500 pounds with the larger engine.

LT1

4 national listings
Avg. Price: $10,521

The LT trim level is divided into two tiers on the Colorado: LT1 and LT2. Additional features at the LT1 level include premium cloth seating, cruise control, privacy glass, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a CD/MP3 sound system with six speakers. All regular-cab trucks come with a 72-inch bed.

Despite a relatively significant power boost for 2007, the Colorado remains a light-duty truck, with a maximum payload of 1,523 pounds and a towing capacity of 4,000 pounds. Towing capacity jumps to 5,500 pounds with the larger engine. Fuel economy is estimated at 18/24 mpg.

LT1 4WD

Avg. Price: $11,638

Chevy's LT1 trim offers buyers more creature comforts than the lower-level LS trim. The LT level also makes several new options available. Standard features include premium cloth seating, cruise control, privacy glass, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a CD/MP3 sound system with six speakers. Leather upholstery, heated seats and a sunroof are all optional here.

The addition of Chevy's 4WD system adds a two-speed InstaTrac transfer case with push-button controls. The 4WD Colorado models are also available with the Z71 off-road package, adding a torsion-bar front suspension with heavier-duty shocks, a locking rear differential, oversize tires, and skid plates. Fuel economy falls from 18/24 mpg to 17/22 on the 4WD.

LT1 Crew Cab

Avg. Price: $13,338

The Colorado Crew Cab is offered only with the LT1 or LT2 trims. Some additional comfort and convenience items come with the LT trim level, including premium cloth seating, cruise control, privacy glass, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a CD/MP3 sound system with six speakers. Options include leather upholstery, heated seats, and a sunroof.

The Colorado crew cabs lose a foot of bed length, dropping from six to five feet. As a result, the maximum payload drops from 1,523 to 1,316 pounds. Despite a relatively significant power boost for 2007, the Colorado remains a light-duty truck, with a maximum towing capacity of 4,000 pounds. However, towing capacity jumps to 5,500 pounds with the larger engine.

LT1 Crew Cab 4WD

Avg. Price: $15,668

The Colorado crew cab is offered only in the high-end LT trim. Exclusive LT features include premium cloth seating, cruise control, privacy glass, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a CD/MP3 sound system with six speakers. Options include leather upholstery, heated seats and a sunroof.

Chevy's 4WD system includes a two-speed InstaTrac transfer case with push-button controls. The 4WD Colorado models are also available with the Z71 off-road package, adding a torsion-bar front suspension with heavier-duty shocks, a locking rear differential, oversize tires, and skid plates. Fuel economy dips to 17/22 mpg with the addition of 4WD.

The crew-cab beds drop from six to five feet, reducing maximum payload from 1,523 to 1,316 pounds.

LT1 Extended Cab

Avg. Price: $12,580

Chevy's LT trim is further divided into two tiers. The LT1 version offers a slightly more modest selection of standard features, but items like a six-speaker CD/MP3 audio system, premium cloth seating, cruise control, privacy glass, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel are all standard. Many of the more upscale features are options here, including heated seats, leather upholstery, and a sunroof.

Despite a relatively significant power boost for 2007, the Colorado remains a light-duty truck, with a maximum payload of 1,523 pounds and a towing capacity of 4,000 pounds. Towing capacity jumps to 5,500 pounds with the larger engine. While the extended-cab trucks gain some extra interior space, occupied by a pair of jump seats, the overall bed length is not compromised. This variant includes the larger 72-inch bed. Fuel economy is estimated at 18/24 mpg with two-wheel drive.

LT1 Extended Cab 4WD

Avg. Price: $13,366

This Colorado variant blends many desirable elements including the better-equipped LT features package, four-wheel drive, and the extended-cab layout. The LT1 trim comes standard with a six-speaker CD/MP3 audio system, premium cloth seating, cruise control, privacy glass, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Key options include a sunroof, satellite radio, and leather seats.

Chevy's 4WD system includes a two-speed InstaTrac transfer case with push-button controls. The 4WD Colorado models are also available with the Z71 off-road package, which adds a torsion-bar front suspension with heavier-duty shocks, a locking rear differential, oversize tires, and skid plates. Fuel economy falls from 18/24 mpg to 17/22 with 4WD.

Towing capacity is 4,000 pounds with the standard engine, or 5,500 pounds with the optional inline five.

LT2

Colorado's top trim level is divided into two tiers: LT1 and LT2. In addition to standard LT features like cruise control, privacy glass, and a CD/MP3 sound system with six speakers, the LT2 adds amenities like keyless entry, a CD changer, and full power accessories. Leather upholstery and a sunroof are both optional.

All regular-cab trucks come with a 72-inch bed. Despite a relatively significant power boost for 2007, the Colorado remains a light-duty truck, with a maximum payload of 1,523 pounds and a towing capacity of 4,000 pounds. Towing capacity jumps to 5,500 pounds with the larger engine.

LT2 4WD

The 4WD Colorado trims are available with the optional Z71 off-road package, which adds a torsion-bar front suspension with heavier-duty shocks, a locking rear differential, oversize tires, and skid plates. Fuel economy dips to 17/22 mpg with the addition of 4WD.

This regular-cab variant combines the added security of four-wheel drive with a longer list of comfort and convenience amenities. While all of the items found on the LT1 are included, this trim also gets some exclusive features like full power accessories, a CD changer, and keyless entry. Options at this level include a sunroof, heated leather seats, and satellite radio.

LT2 Crew Cab

Chevy's LT trim is divided into multiple tiers. All LTs come standard with premium cloth seating, cruise control, privacy glass, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a CD/MP3 sound system with six speakers. The LT2 adds keyless entry, a CD changer, and full power accessories. Options include leather upholstery, heated seats, and a sunroof.

The Colorado Crew Cab is available with only the upper-level LT1 or LT2 trims. This four-door truck loses the 72-inch bed found on both the regular and extended-cab trims. Crew-cab beds measure 60 inches.

LT2 Crew Cab 4WD

The LT2 Crew Cab 4WD is the top-shelf trim in the 2008 Colorado lineup. Crew Cab models are available only with some variation of the well-equipped LT trim level. All LTs come standard with cruise control, privacy glass, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a CD/MP3 sound system with six speakers. The deluxe LT2 also adds keyless entry, a CD changer, and full power accessories. Options include heated seats and a sunroof.

The Colorado's 4WD system includes a two-speed InstaTrac transfer case with push-button controls. The 4WD Colorado trims are also available with the Z71 off-road package, which adds a torsion-bar front suspension with heavier-duty shocks, a locking rear differential, oversize tires, and skid plates. Fuel economy drops from 18/24 mpg to 17/22 with 4WD.

LT2 Extended Cab

Despite a relatively significant power boost for 2007, the Colorado remains a light-duty truck, with a maximum payload of 1,523 pounds and a towing capacity of 4,000 pounds. Towing capacity jumps to 5,500 pounds with the larger engine.

The LT trim is the top tier in the Colorado lineup, further segmented into levels determined by which features are included. The LT2 comes equipped with upscale features like keyless entry, a CD changer, full power accessories, and cruise control. Heated seats, satellite radio, and a sunroof are all optional. Extended-cab models all come with a 72-inch bed.

LT2 Extended Cab 4WD

This Colorado trim, one of 26, combines the extended-cab layout with the upscale LT2 trim and Chevy's four-wheel-drive system. The Colorado 4WDs get a two-speed InstaTrac transfer case with push-button controls. The truck's fuel efficiency dips from 18/24 mpg to 17/22 on the 4WD. The 4WD Colorado models are also available with the Z71 off-road package, which adds a torsion-bar front suspension with heavier-duty shocks, a locking rear differential, oversize tires, and skid plates.

The LT2 trim comes standard with keyless entry, a CD changer, and full power accessories. Heated seats and a sunroof both remain optional.

LT3

The LT3 trim is the top tier in the Colorado lineup. While all LTs come standard with a CD player and appearance enhancements like alloy wheels, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and special titanium trim, the LT3 adds exclusive features like color-keyed bumpers and grille, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a sliding rear window.

All LT2 and LT3 models come standard with the inline five engine, which generates 242 horsepower and 242 pound-feet of torque. Both engines are available with either a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic, but the automatic is standard with the larger engine. Fuel economy is estimated at 18/24 mpg, and towing capacity jumps from 4,000 to 5,500 pounds.

LT3 4WD

The LT3 trim is the top tier in the Colorado lineup. While all LTs come standard with a CD player and appearance enhancements like alloy wheels, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and special titanium trim, the LT3 adds exclusive features like color-keyed bumpers and grille, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a sliding rear window.

The Colorado 4WDs get a two-speed InstaTrac transfer case with push-button controls. Fuel efficiency dips from 18/24 mpg to 17/22 with 4WD. The 4WD Colorado models are also available with the Z71 off-road package, which adds a torsion-bar front suspension with heavier-duty shocks, a locking rear differential, oversize tires, and skid plates.

LT3 Crew Cab

Chevy's LT trim level is divided into three tiers, with LT3s at the top. While all LTs come standard with a CD player and appearance enhancements like alloy wheels, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and special titanium trim, the LT3 adds exclusive features like color-keyed bumpers and grille, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a sliding rear window.

Options at this level include the performance-oriented Xtreme Package, which includes a lowered suspension, more responsive steering, 18-inch alloy wheels, and color-keyed wheel flares, grille and bumpers. Buyers can also add leather seating, a CD changer, OnStar, satellite radio, and a sunroof.

LT3 Crew Cab 4WD

Colorado 4WDs all include a two-speed InstaTrac transfer case with push-button controls. The 4WD Colorado models are also available with the Z71 off-road package, which adds a torsion-bar front suspension with heavier-duty shocks, a locking rear differential, oversize tires, and skid plates. The truck's fuel efficiency dips from 18/24 mpg to 17/22 with 4WD.

The LT3 trim is the top tier in the Colorado lineup. While all LTs come standard with a CD player and appearance enhancements like alloy wheels, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and special titanium trim, the LT3 adds exclusive features like color-keyed bumpers and grille, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a sliding rear window.

Options at this level include the performance-oriented Xtreme Package, which includes a lowered suspension, more responsive steering, 18-inch alloy wheels, and color-keyed wheel flares, grille and bumpers. Buyers can also add leather seating, a CD changer, OnStar, satellite radio, and a sunroof.

LT3 Extended Cab

The LT3 trim level offers the most well-appointed version of this highly configurable light-duty truck. While all LTs come standard with a CD player and appearance enhancements like alloy wheels, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and special titanium trim, the LT3 adds exclusive features like color-keyed bumpers and grille, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a sliding rear window.

Options at this level include the performance-oriented Xtreme Package, which includes a lowered suspension, more responsive steering, 18-inch alloy wheels, and color-keyed wheel flares, grille, and bumpers. Buyers can also add leather seating, a CD changer, OnStar, satellite radio, and a sunroof.

LT3 Extended Cab 4WD

All LTs come standard with a CD player and appearance enhancements like alloy wheels, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and special titanium trim, the top-shelf LT3 adds color-keyed bumpers and grille, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a sliding rear window.

Options at this level include the performance-oriented Xtreme Package, which includes a lowered suspension, more responsive steering, 18-inch alloy wheels, and color-keyed wheel flares, grille, and bumpers. Buyers can also add leather seating, a CD changer, OnStar, satellite radio, and a sunroof.

The Colorado 4WDs get a two-speed InstaTrac transfer case with push-button controls. The 4WD Colorado models are also available with the Z71 off-road package, which adds a torsion-bar front suspension with heavier-duty shocks, a locking rear differential, oversize tires, and skid plates.

The truck's fuel efficiency dips from 18/24 mpg to 17/22 with 4WD.

Work Truck

Avg. Price: $8,679

The rear-wheel-drive, regular cab Work Truck is the most affordable and lightly equipped of all the Colorado trims. Standard features and options are minimal here, but air conditioning and AM/FM radio are both included.

Despite a minimal selection of amenities, the Work Truck is available with either of Colorado's engine options: the standard 2.9-liter inline four or an optional 3.7-liter inline five. The four-cylinder makes 185 horsepower and 190 pound-feet of torque, while the five produces 242 horsepower and 242 pound-feet of torque. The Colorado offers a maximum payload of 1,523 pounds and a towing capacity of 4,000 pounds. Towing capacity jumps to 5,500 pounds if buyers opt for the larger engine.

Work Truck 4WD

1 national listing
Avg. Price: $10,577

The Colorado 4WDs get a two-speed InstaTrac transfer case with push-button controls. The truck's fuel efficiency dips from 18/24 mpg to 17/22 with 4WD. The 4WD Colorado models are also available with the Z71 off-road package, which adds a torsion-bar front suspension with heavier-duty shocks, a locking rear differential, oversize tires, and skid plates.

The regular cab Work Truck is the most affordable of all the Colorado trims. The Work Truck is a bare-bones version of Chevy's new light-duty truck. Standard features and options are minimal here, but air conditioning and AM/FM radio are both included.

The Work Trucks are available with either the standard 2.9-liter inline four or an optional 3.7-liter inline five. The four-cylinder pumps out 185 horsepower and 190 pound-feet of torque, while the five cylinder powerplant makes 242 horsepower and 242 pound-feet of torque. Towing capacity is 4,000 pounds with the standard engine, or 5,500 with the bigger engine. The regular cab layout includes a 72-inch bed, offering a maximum payload of 1,523 pounds.

Work Truck Extended Cab

The Work Truck is an essentials-only version of Chevy's light-duty pickup. Standard features are limited to an AM/FM radio and air conditioning. There are no comfort options available on this trim.

The Chevy Colorado comes equipped with a 2.9-liter inline four, that makes 185 horsepower and 190 pound-feet of torque. A bigger optional inline five makes 242 horsepower and 242 pound-feet of torque. Both engines are available with either a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic. The larger engine is packaged with the automatic transmission only. Fuel economy is estimated at 18/24 mpg with the four cylinder or 17/22 mpg with the five-cylinder engine. Towing capacity is 4,000 pounds with the standard engine or 5,500 with the optional powerplant.

Work Truck Extended Cab 4WD

The Work Truck is a bare-bones version of Chevy's new light-duty truck. Standard features and options are minimal here, but air conditioning and AM/FM radio are both included.

The Colorado 4WDs get a two-speed InstaTrac transfer case with push-button controls. The 4WD Colorado models are also available with the Z71 off-road package, which adds a torsion-bar front suspension with heavier-duty shocks, a locking rear differential, oversize tires, and skid plates.

The truck's fuel efficiency dips from 18/24 mpg to 17/22 with 4WD.