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Comments

    • Jeff Stiller
      Jeff Stiller

      That piece of shit is ugly and no there's no way in hell I would buy it think Jeep Gladiator

      about 1 day ago
    • Mark Gonzalez
      Mark Gonzalez

      I got the same truck. It does have fog lights. It gives it a more complete look. It’s a crew cab. I had a camaro. I got a 4 year old son. A baby daughter coming. So I had to upgrade. The truck is smooth. It has that premium feel . I do feel some power for a v6. I was surprised. It has some height. I did installed some nerf bars. This was on my budget as of now. My goal is to get a zr2. Midsize has won me over a Silverado as of today.

      about 8 days ago
    • HiPlains1
      HiPlains1 In reply to Mark Gonzalez

      Fog lights come with the convenience package which includes remote start, fog lights, easy lift tailgate, rear sliding window with defogger, and heated mirrors. I thought most LT's were ordered with this. This LT basically has zero packages on it. I just ordered a loaded LT but I'm hearing that the halogen projectors are not very bright. Do you find that the headlights are too dim? It's looking like my first mod will be replacing the projectors with LED's. Probably the foggers to LED's as well. Also on that Zr2 know that your MPG are going to be terrible with the V6. Think 15/16 average at best. The best way to order the Zr2 is with the 2.8 duramax. Then you get decent MPG's and offroad performace. But I also heard that one set of shocks cost 4K to replace (4 shocks per wheel). Its a very advanced system.

      about 6 days ago
    • Jonathan Atkinson
      Jonathan Atkinson

      I wonder how’s the reliability of the Chevy Colorado/GMC Canyon?

      about 11 days ago
    • HiPlains1
      HiPlains1 In reply to Jonathan Atkinson

      +Jonathan Atkinson Well its been out for 5 years now. That's more then enough time IMO to work out the bugs. It was available overseas first. Probably to make sure they got all the bugs out. But they hadn't lol for the first couple of years. At this point this Truck is rock solid. And resale is pretty good as well. Not as good as Toyota but its right up there. These things fly off the lots for a reason.

      about 8 days ago
    • Jonathan Atkinson
      Jonathan Atkinson In reply to Jonathan Atkinson

      HiPlains1 Wow man. That was very informative. Me personally I do believe if you want a truck, you must go American but in the midsize truck segment, the Tacoma has been the King of midsize pickups and I just wanted to be sure that the GM twins were a solid choice because it’s a newer design.

      about 8 days ago
    • HiPlains1
      HiPlains1 In reply to Jonathan Atkinson

      JD power and many others rate this truck very highly. Its won truck of the year two years in a row Motor trend. I just ordered one myself. After a few test drives I was more then impressed. Very solid. Entertainment system is probably best in class. GM plans a big refresh in 2020. So this is basically a 5 year old design that has been improved over time. 36K mile warranty but the drivetrain is 60000 or five years. The packages are more reasonable and IMO, you get more truck, and more for your money over tacoma or Ranger. Just test drive one and the truck will sell itself. At least with me it did. I'll never buy a first year model again. Too many recalls problems. My last Nissan sentra was a 2012 which was the last year of that design. And the most reliable. There were a few issues with that car early on. Just like the Colorado had its problems. Mainly the 6 speed with the V6. Then they changed that to the 8 speed and over the years, its just gets better over time. If you buy one, I would not go further back then a 2017. 2019's are basically the same but there are some nice changes. They have added a USB C port and higher resolution screen with some faster software. On the safety package they added rear parking assist. And they added another microphone for passenger etc.. Like I said, they just keep making it better. If you buy, I strongly suggest getting LT trim at the minimum to get some of the fun stuff.

      about 8 days ago
    • Keith Dehmann
      Keith Dehmann

      I have always liked the Colorado/Canyon, but giving up the capabilities of a full-size truck would be tough for me. I do agree with you on the placement of the shifter, I always prefer the column mounted shifter.

      about 12 days ago
    • The Test Drive
      The Test Drive In reply to Keith Dehmann

      For sure, if you already own a full-size truck I don’t know how you’d go from that to a mid-size!

      about 12 days ago
    • Paul M
      Paul M

      How is the ride on and off road?

      about 13 days ago
    • The Test Drive
      The Test Drive In reply to Paul M

      On-road it’s pretty good. The ride isn’t as soft as an SUV but that’s to be expected with a pickup truck. It’s comfortable and very solid. I didn’t go off-road with it but I would say it’s going to be like most other modern trucks—OK in very light off-roading. If you want something built for off-road from the factory you will want to check out the Colorado ZR2 (or the F-150 Raptor but that is a full-size truck and a lot more expensive).

      about 12 days ago