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Engine Dead Spot
After running for about 20 minutes my friend's Chevvy Colarado 2.5 Diesel auto has a momentary dead spot. This has happened on several trips. After this one incident during a trip, it never seems to...
Trying To Buy A 15' Colorado Z71. But The Standard Premium Wheels Are Missi...
I'm assuming this is grounds for a discount. It has Chevy generic alloys instead. Am I wrong to think that? If not, How much is a reasonable discount for something like this?
Anyone heard of a V8 getting dropped into a 2004? What about any other engine set-up other than the crappy I-5 that's in it? I want more power!!!
Ignition Lock Out Won't Allow Starter To Turn Over On 05 Chevy Colorado Wit...
Was driving a friends Colorado from Houston to Lufkin.....Tread stripped from drivers side wheel while traveling at around 65 mph, no blowout, just tread flew off.....Pulled to shoulder and turned off...
Most of the time truck starts great but some times doesnt matter if its a hot start or cold start it will crank good but wont start wait 15-20 mins starts right up
Chevrolet Colorado Overview
The Chevrolet Colorado was introduced in 2004 as a replacement for the Chevy S10. The Colorado is either a large compact pickup truck or a smallish midsize pickup truck; this may make it ideal for some buyers, but it makes the marketing a bit confusing at times.
Designed to compete with smaller trucks like the Ford Ranger, Dodge Dakota, Toyota Tacoma, and the Mazda B-Series, the Colorado's advantage is its relatively large hauling capacity. Offered in a range of trims, from no-frills to a bit of luxury, the Chevy Colorado may not be the ideal farm or ranch workhorse vehicle, but suburban cowboys might find it just the ticket.
The GMC Canyon is a sister truck to the Chevrolet Colorado; buyers looking for a heftier hauler from the General Motors family might want to check out the Chevrolet Silverado or the GMC Sierra.