The Colorado is Chevrolet’s midsize truck, aiming towards a market that’s grown quickly over the past few years. The small truck segment, long dominated by Toyota, has seen a resurgence and the Colorado (along with its GMC twin, the Canyon) has is a big part of that renewed interest. As far as midsize pickup trucks go, the Colorado is a solid entry in a busy market. It’s capable, well-designed, and affordable for most buyers.
The Chevrolet Colorado, reintroduced in 2015, has seen a few minor changes since then. For the 2019 model year, the Colorado gets more standard equipment, more options, and a hardcore off-road variant in the ZR2 Bison.
The 2019 Chevrolet Colorado features two cab styles, two bed lengths, three engine choices (including a diesel) and five trim levels. Most of the trim levels can be upgraded with packages of options to suit the buyer.