There are four different ways to get your new Chevy Colorado for sale. And, if you want a 2021 truck, but aren’t interested in purchasing outright, make sure to check out our new Chevy Colorado lease deals. Here are the four trims:
There are three engine choices with our Chevy Colorado lease deals or a new Chevy Colorado for sale. The standard engine is a 2.5L four-cylinder engine that gets 200 horsepower and 191 pound-feet of torque. But, of course, there is more. One option is the 3.6L V6 that provides 308 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque. Thinking about diesel? You can also get a 2.8L turbo diesel that produces 181 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque.
Our Chevy enthusiasts will help you pick the engine that best suits your daily needs. Your Chevy Colorado towing capacity will depend entirely on what trim and engine you choose. There is a big range. If you want the maximum towing capacity of 7,700 pounds, get the turbo diesel engine. When properly equipped, that rating is tied for the best in the class. If you get the V6, you’ll get about 7,000 pounds. And, the standard engine can pull about 3,500 pounds. Make sure your vehicle is equipped with all of the necessary tools in order to tow safely. Payload-wise, you will fit 1,578 pounds in the bed.
Yes, it is. Chevy trucks are built with reliability in mind. Plus, Chevrolet gives you a three-year/36,000-mile basic warranty and a five-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty on the new Chevy Colorado for sale. As long as you take care of your truck and drive it wisely, major repairs shouldn’t occur. If you have any questions about how to properly service your truck, please contact our new Chevy dealer near Port St. Lucie.
As mentioned, your Chevy Colorado towing capacity heavily depends on your engine choice. The maximum rate is 7,700 pounds with the turbo diesel engine, which can easily pull trailers, campers, airstreams, and more. Even the minimum 3,500-pound towing capacity with the standard engine can still pull some smaller travel trailers. For more on towing, please visit our service center!
As long as your truck camper weighs under 7,000 pounds and your truck is properly equipped with the necessary towing tools, then go for it! There are plenty of campers that work well with the new Chevy Colorado for sale. If you already have a camper in mind, make sure you weigh it and let us know what it weighs so that we can customize your truck to make it happen. If you are still searching, make sure your camper matches the towing capacity of the truck you ultimately put together.
Your owner’s manual will give you the exact maintenance intervals in terms of oil changes. Typically, you want to change your oil every 5,000 miles for conventional oil and every 7,500 miles for synthetic oil. If you don’t drive a ton of miles, we recommend changing your oil every six to eight months, even if you haven’t hit those mileage markers. Our service department can help you set appointment reminders and give you recommendations so that your car remains in tip-top shape!
Whether you want to buy or lease one, the new Chevy Colorado for sale is a great option. Our dealership has a great selection, and we would love to help you set up a test drive to experience the capability for yourself. Call or visit us today to get started.
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