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2007 Chevrolet Colorado Overview

The 2007 Chevrolet Colorado offers drivers a roomy interior without the unmanageability of a larger truck. With prices hovering around $14,000-$20,000 depending on trims and options, the truck makes for a relatively inexpensive vehicle.

Avaialbe engines include a 2.9-liter I4 rated at 185 horsepower and a 3.7-liater I5 rated at 242 horsepower, both an upgrade from the engines available in 2006.

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Chevrolet Colorado Questions

Bogging Down And Dies When Coming To A Stop

While driving my 2007 Chevy Colorado 2.9 liter automatic and once I start to slow down to turn or stop the engine bogs down kinda shakes and dies every once in a while and keeps getting worse any ...

2007 Chevrolet Colorado When You Slow Down And Come To A Stop The Truck Wil...

Battery Light

The battery light stays on. The battery and alternator are in good working order.

Alt

Replace alt install new one, charge my batt, start truck and my batt light came back on

Chevy Colorado

Does anyone know if the 2005 Chevy Colorado is compatible with the 2007 for parts?