|Also called||GMC Canyon|
Holden Colorado (Australasia)
|Production||2003–2012, 2014–present (US)|
|Body and chassis|
|Class|| Compact pickup truck (first generation)|
Mid-size pickup truck (second generation)
|Body style||2-door regular cab |
4-door extended cab
4-door crew cab
|Layout||Front-engine, rear-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive|
|Predecessor|| Chevrolet S-10/Isuzu Hombre/GMC Sonoma |
Chevrolet D-Max (Latin America)
Holden Rodeo (Australasia)
The Chevrolet Colorado and its counterpart, the GMC Canyon, is a series of compact and later mid-size pickup trucks marketed by American automaker General Motors. They were introduced in 2004 to replace the Chevrolet S-10 and GMC S-15/Sonoma compact pickups. It is named for the U.S. state of Colorado. Along with rival Ford Ranger, the GM twins were the last compact pickup trucks on sale until 2012.
|Assembly||United States: Shreveport, Louisiana (Shreveport Assembly)|
Thailand: Rayong (GM Thailand)
|Body and chassis|
|Related|| Isuzu D-Max (RA/RC) |
|Transmission||5-speed Aisin AR-5 manual |
4-speed 4L60-E automatic
|Wheelbase||Regular cab 111.2 in (2,824 mm) |
Extended cab 126 in (3,200 mm)
Crew cab 120 in (3,048 mm) (Thailand Ver.)
|Length||Regular cab 192 in (4,877 mm) |
Extended cab 207.1 in (5,260 mm)
Crew cab 194 in (4,928 mm) (Thailand Ver.)
|Width||68 in (1,727 mm) |
70.8 in (1,798 mm) (Thailand Ver.)
|Height||65 in (1,651 mm)|
69.1 in (1,755 mm) (4x4 Thailand Ver.)
The Chevrolet Colorado and its twin, the GMC Canyon were jointly designed by GM's North American operations, GM's Brazil operations, and Isuzu. Isuzu, which participated in the design process, began selling its own version worldwide in 2002.In late 2005, Isuzu offered a version in North America called the Isuzu i-series. This North American model Isuzu shared North American powertrains, styling, and equipment with the Colorado/Canyon twins and differed from Isuzu's worldwide offering. All Chevrolet, GMC, and Isuzu versions worldwide are based on the GMT355, itself the basis for the GMT 345-based Hummer H3. Most vehicles for markets outside North America are manufactured at a GM plant in Rayong, Thailand. All North American-market vehicles were manufactured by Shreveport Operations.
The cooperation between GM and Isuzu to build a light-duty truck and offer it in North America returns to an original arrangement the two companies had in the 1970s with the Chevrolet LUV, a rebadged Isuzu Faster.
The Colorado/Canyon in the North American market offer both manual and automatic transmissions. GM also offers either a rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive drivetrain with standard, extended, and four-door crew cab body styles. Most models come with the 2.8 L (171 cu in) LK5 I4 engine as standard, but a more powerful 3.5 I5 comes with the Z71 package on four-door versions and is optional on all others. The 4-door Z71s also get the 4-speed automatic transmission standard. This package was later dropped in favor of LT2 and LT3.
The Colorado was offered in three basic trim levels: Base, LS, and LT, while the Canyon was also offered in three trim levels, but with different names: Canyon, SLE, and SLT.
Three different cab configurations were offered on Colorado and Canyon: a two-door regular cab model with a 6 ft (1.8 m) box and seating for either two or three passengers, a four-door extended cab model with a 6 ft (1.8 m) box and seating for either four or five passengers, and a four-door crew cab model with a shorter 5 ft (1.5 m) box and seating for either five or six passengers. Top trim levels in crew cab configuration offered upscale features such as leather-trimmed seating surfaces, dual power-adjustable front bucket seats with lumbar support and heat, a six-disc, in-dash CD changer, XM Satellite Radio, and rear side-impact airbags.
Three different suspension options were offered on the Colorado and Canyon: The base Z85 suspension offered a comfortable ride quality. The Z/71 Off-Road suspension added a locking rear differential axle (RPO code G80) and heavier-duty shock absorbers for improved performance off-road, also offering an increased ride height for better clearance. The ZQ8 Sport suspension (see below) offered a lower ride height than the standard Z85 suspension, as well as firmer suspension for improved handling. All suspension packages were offered on 4X2 or 4X4 models in all cab configurations, except for the ZQ8 Sport suspension, which was only offered on 4X2 models.
A ZQ8 edition is available with a lower and more road-tuned "sport" suspension than the standard Z85 and comes with 17 inch wheels, color-matched bumper and grille, and low profile fender flares. There is also a Xtreme edition of the ZQ8 which has a different front bumper, rear bumper, side skirts, fender flares, grille, headlights, and 18 inch wheels. The Xtreme edition is basically a continuation of a trim package from its predecessor, the Chevrolet S-10.
For 2007, Colorado/Canyon was facelifted and offered new engines, which include the 2.9 L (177 cu in) LLV I4 and 3.7 L (226 cu in) LLR I5 which were both introduced due to numerous head problems, new colors — Deep Ruby (Sonoma Red for the Canyon), Pace Blue (Sport Blue for the Canyon) and Imperial Blue (Midnight Blue for the Canyon), and new tires and wheels. Minor changes to the grille and interior for the LT and LTZ models; the LS models kept the same pre-facelift look, similar to the facelift of the TrailBlazer in 2005. In addition, the "Colorado" & "Canyon" badges were phased out from the doors in favor of GM's corporate logo. For model year 2009, the Colorado was facelifted again and a 5.3 L (323 cu in) LH8 V8 is offered, producing 300 hp (224 kW) and 320 lb⋅ft (434 N⋅m). For the 2010 model year the GM badges were phased out, although a few 2010 models had the GM logo on the doors.
In 2009, both trucks, as with most 2009 General Motors vehicles (and combined with OnStar), received a Bluetooth hands-free phone system for the first time as optional equipment. The six-disc in-dash CD changer was discontinued as well, leaving the single-disc CD/MP3 player, as well as a standard A/M-F/M only radio, with two, four, or six-speaker audio systems. Most later trucks received alloy wheels as standard equipment, with optional polished and chrome-plated wheels, in sixteen, seventeen, or eighteen-inch diameters. Only later base-model trucks, with the exception of the base received sixteen-inch steel wheels, and were a new wheel design. In addition, most newer trucks also featured standard SiriusXM Satellite Radio, when equipped with a CD/MP3 player.
Colorado/Canyon U.S. sales peaked in 2005 at 163,204 units, surpassing the perennial segment leader, the Ford Ranger, by almost 35% and just 3.3% behind the new best-seller, the Toyota Tacoma. In 2006, however, while still leading the Ford pickup by 27.5%, Colorado/Canyon's sales lagged their Toyota competitor's by almost 34%. One 2005 Canyon owned by successful U.S. Senate candidate Scott Brown became famous as it was widely featured in his TV advertisements.
In the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's frontal offset test the Colorado (extended version) is given a "Good" overall score,however the crew cab is rated "Acceptable". In the side impact test, the Colorado crew cab is rated "Poor" with or without side curtain airbags. Side curtain airbags were made standard on all 2010 models; side torso airbags are not offered.
The Isuzu i-series mid-size pickup truck line was manufactured from 2005 to 2008. Launched at the 2005 New York International Auto Show, for the 2006 model year, the i-series replaced the Hombre, which had been out of production since 2000. Like the Hombre, which was based on the compact Chevrolet S-10 / GMC Sonoma, the i-series was based on the Chevrolet Colorado / GMC Canyon. Two models were offered at launch: the i-280, powered by the 2.8 L I4 engine, and the i-370, powered by the 3.7 L I5 engine. The i-280 was available only with an extended cab, while the i-370 could be had with either an extended cab or crew cab. The i-280 was replaced by the i-290 for 2007 with the introduction of a 2.9 L engine.
The sales for the i-series were poor, with just 1,377 sold from the start of production through February 2006 according to Automotive News. As part of Isuzu's withdrawal from the United States market after the 2008 model year, the i-series was discontinued.
GM Thailand manufactured the Colorado from March 2004 with a mildly altered styling compared to the North American version.In late January 2006, Chevrolet introduced a G-80 differential lock system as optional for most Colorado trim levels. This feature is not available on the D-Max. Thai-market Colorado received a minor redesign in late 2007, with its front fascia being altered by toning down the American influence. The facelifted model was exported to Australia as the Holden Colorado from 2008.
In 2008, GM also introduced the Colorado 4x2 2.5 with diesel dual fuel system via CNG tank.It is switchable between diesel fuel and compressed natural gas with the ratio of 65:35. It is also compatible with pure diesel and biodiesel B5 fuel. Location of the tank is on the bed behind the cab. It was available for two cab styles.
The Colorado was released in Australia and New Zealand in 2008 as the Holden Colorado . It replaced the D-Max-based Holden Rodeo due to the split between General Motors and Isuzu.Imported from Thailand, it is essentially a rebadged version of the facelifted Thai-spec Colorado, retaining its front styling. As with Rodeo, Colorado is available as either two- or four-wheel drive and in a range of body styles including single cab, space cab and crew cab. Power is provided by a range of petrol and diesel engines. Of the petrol engines, Holden offers a 2.4-litre four-cylinder as well as the Australian-made 3.6-litre Alloytec engine. The diesel powerplant is a four-cylinder Isuzu 4JJ1 unit displacing 3.0-litres. It was replaced by the second-generation Holden Colorado in 2012.
|2004–2012||2.5 L (153 cu in) 4JK1-TC (2.5 CTI) Turbo I4||116 hp (87 kW) @ 3600 rpm||206 lb⋅ft (279 N⋅m) @ 1800-2200 rpm|
|2004–2012||3.0 L (183 cu in) 4JJ1-TC (3.0 CTI) Turbo I4||146 hp (109 kW) @ 3600 rpm||216 lb⋅ft (293 N⋅m) @ 1400-3400 rpm|
|2006–2012||3.0 L (183 cu in) 4JJ1-TCX (3.0 CTI Max) VGS Turbo I4||163 hp (122 kW) @ 3600 rpm||265.5 lb⋅ft (360 N⋅m) @ 1400-3400 rpm|
|2004–2006||2.8 L (173 cu in) LK5 I4||175 hp (130 kW) @ 5600 rpm||185 lb⋅ft (251 N⋅m) @ 2800 rpm|
|2007–2012||2.9 L (178 cu in) LLV I4||185 hp (138 kW) @ 5600 rpm||190 lb⋅ft (258 N⋅m) @ 2800 rpm|
|2004–2006||3.5 L (214 cu in) L52 I5||220 hp (164 kW) @ 5600 rpm||225 lb⋅ft (305 N⋅m) @ 2800 rpm|
|2007–2008||3.7 L (223 cu in) LLR I5||242 hp (180 kW) @ 5600 rpm||242 lb⋅ft (328 N⋅m) @ 2800 rpm|
|2009–2012||3.7 L (223 cu in) LLR I5||242 hp (180 kW) @ 5600 rpm||242 lb⋅ft (328 N⋅m) @ 4600 rpm|
|2009||5.3 L (325 cu in) LH8 V8||300 hp (224 kW) @ 5200 rpm||320 lb⋅ft (434 N⋅m) @ 4000 rpm|
|2010-2012||5.3 L (325 cu in) LH9 V8||300 hp (224 kW) @ 5200 rpm||320 lb⋅ft (434 N⋅m) @ 4000 rpm|
|Second generation (RG)|
|Model years||2015–present (US and Canada)|
|Body and chassis|
|Wheelbase||3,258–3,568 mm (128.3–140.5 in)|
|Length||5,083–5,712 mm (200.1–224.9 in)|
|Width||1,882–1,887 mm (74.1–74.3 in)|
|Height||1,781–1,790 mm (70.1–70.5 in)|
|Predecessor||Chevrolet S-10 (Mercosur)|
In March 2011, Chevrolet revealed the prototype version of the all-new Colorado at Bangkok International Motor Show.It was shown as Extended cab with rear access system, and some of the high-tech equipment, In June 2011, Chevrolet revealed crew cab in adventure concept at Buenos Aires, Argentina (this car also shown at Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2011), and in July 2011, a Holden version of crew-cab version concept car got its premiere at Australian International Motor Show.
The production model is available in three different cab styles: regular cab (single cab), extended cab (space cab), and crew cab (double cab) and may either be rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive.
On 9 September 2011, General Motors (Thailand) opened the diesel engine manufacturing plant, to make the Duramax engine used by the Colorado. The engine is a rebranded VM Motori turbodiesel engine with 2.5- or 2.8-liter, paired with manual and automatic transmissions.
The Colorado was revealed at the 2011 Australian International Motor Show and went on sale in June 2012 in both Australia and New Zealand, sourced from the Rayong factory in Thailand. In Australia and New Zealand the Colorado is badged as a Holden. Only one engine is offered, the 2.8L turbo diesel, built by GM in the Rayong Factory. It is available in four trim levels: DX (single cab chassis only), LX (chassis only), LT and LTZ. Single cab and crew cab models are available as either two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive.
The facelifted Colorado model for the Australian and New Zealand markets was released in 2017 with GM's MyLink infotainment system including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring. The model is built in right-hand-drive at the GM Thailand plant.
A Thunder Edition is available on 4x4 LX, LT and LTZ models. Among the features included with the pack are a nudge bar and towing kit, front carpet floor mats and a one-piece rear carpet floor mat, a bonnet protector, slimline weather shields and "Thunder" badging.
Production of the Colorado in Thailand ended in 2020 as General Motors ended operations in the country.
The North American model was revealed on November 20, 2013 at the Los Angeles Auto Show.Production began at Wentzville Assembly in 2014, and vehicles started arriving at dealerships nationwide by mid-late 2014, as an early 2015 model year vehicle. It competes with other midsized pickup truck offerings.
The North American model features a different front fascia, with its design being similar to the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado, and different engines. The North American Colorado’s frame is 40 percent lighter than the global version despite the fact that it uses high-strength steel and is much longer in size.General Motors' Wentzville assembly plant received a $380 million expansion of 500,000 square feet that was constructed to support the new Colorado's assembly. In September 2014, GM added workers to the Wentzville factory after it received advanced orders of 30,000 Colorado/Canyons from its dealerships.
For the initial launch, the Colorado was available with either a 2.5 L Ecotec I4 engine or the 3.6 L LFX V6 engine. 6.2 ft (1.9 m) bed, crew cab with a 5.2 ft (1.6 m) bed, or crew cab with a 6.2 ft (1.9 m) bed, with four-wheel drive being optional.The 2.8 L Duramax LWN turbodiesel engine was added in 2016, and is a first for its class ever in the US market. It is also available in three cab configurations: extended cab with a
Sixteen-inch or seventeen-inch steel wheels or alloy wheels are available, as well as a decor package for the W/T model that adds a chrome front grille and body-colored door handles and side view mirrors.
The base Colorado trim level includes the following standard equipment: sixteen-inch steel wheels, vinyl seating surfaces, an A/M-F/M stereo with auxiliary audio input and a six-speaker audio system, power windows and door locks (NO keyless entry), a 2.5L EcoTec Inline Four-Cylinder (I4) gasoline engine, a six-speed manual transmission (until mid-2019 when the manual transmission was discontinued and a six-speed automatic transmission became standard), carpeted flooring, and a chrome front grille. This model is available exclusively as an Extended Cab.
The W/T includes the same standard equipment as the base Colorado trim level, but has more optional equipment, such as a seven-inch color touch-screen MyLink radio, cloth seating surfaces, keyless entry, sixteen-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, color-keyed door mirrors, an automatic transmission, and a 3.6L V6 gasoline engine. It is available as either an Extended Cab, or as a Crew Cab with either a Short Box or a Long Box.
The LT adds the following equipment to the base Colorado and W/T trim levels: seventeen-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, a 3.6L V6 gasoline engine, an automatic transmission, an eight-inch color touch-screen MyLink radio, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, OnStar with 4G LTE Wi-Fi Connectivity (later models only), cloth seating surfaces, and keyless entry. Optional equipment includes a 2.8L Duramax Inline Four-Cylinder (I4) Turbo Diesel engine, remote start, a rear-view backup camera system, a premium Bose seven-speaker audio system, a GPS navigational radio with MyLink, and chrome exterior accessories. It is available as either an Extended Cab, or as a Crew Cab with either a Short Box or a Long Box.
The Z/71 is the top-of-the-line trim level, and adds the following equipment to the LT trim level: unique aluminum-alloy wheels, vinyl and cloth combination seating surfaces, and a black front grille. Optional equipment is the same as the LT. It is available as either an Extended Cab, or as a Crew Cab with either a Short Box or a Long Box.
Later 2015 Colorado and Canyon models offered 4G LTE Wi-Fi capabilities through the OnStar system, standard on higher trim levels, and optional on lower trim levels. For 2016, trucks equipped with the eight-inch MyLink or GMC IntelliLink touchscreen infotainment system received standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration.
Starting with the 2017 model year, base Colorado and Canyon models received a standard seven-inch Chevrolet MyLink (or GMC Intellilink) touchscreen infotainment system with Bluetooth for hands-free calling and wireless stereo audio streaming, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, an A/M-F/M radio, and auxiliary and USB audio inputs, along with a six-speaker audio system. Most models also included a rear backup camera system. OnStar with 4G LTE Wi-Fi capabilities was optional on base Colorado and Canyon models.
The 6-speed manual transmission was discontinued during the 2019 model year and is no longer available in the Colorado or Canyon.
Starting with the 2020 model year, both the 2WD Z71 Extended Cab and 2WD Z71 Crew Cab Long Box models will be removed from the lineup, along with the RST and Redline edition, as both will be combined with the Luxury edition.
The ZR-2 is the "Off-Road" trim level, and adds the following equipment to the Z/71 trim level: 2" taller suspension, 3.5" wider track, 31" off-road tires, unique aluminum-alloy wheels, leather-trimmed seating surfaces, functional rock sliders, Multimatic DSSV position sensitive shock absorbers, aluminum skid plates to protect radiator, oil pan, and front differential, locking front and rear differential, high approach angle front bumper. Optional equipment is the same as the LT and Z/71 trim levels, except for the availability of a rear bed-mounted light bar. It is available as either an Extended Cab with a long box, or as a Crew Cab with a Short Box.
The 2021 model year Colorado will receive a refreshed look and a updated grille in line with the Chevrolet design language, but will see its level trims reduced to four: Work, LT, Z71, and ZR2. The 2WD base trim is eliminated.
In Mexico, there are 3 available configurations: the WT Double Cab, with a 2.5L engine, 6 speed automatic transmission, and rear wheel drive; the LT Double Cab, with a 2.5L engine, 6 speed automatic transmission, and rear wheel drive; and the LT Double Cab, with a 3.6L V6 engine, 8 speed automatic transmission, connectable four wheel drive transmission and four wheel drive.
The all-new GMC Canyon was introduced on January 12, 2014. GMC introduced in an official press and video release and made its public debut the following day (January 13, 2014) at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Sales started at dealerships in the second quarter of 2014 as a 2015 model.
The Canyon offers the same features as its cousin, but will have a higher MSRP and more options. It also sports a front grille design that closely resembles its full-size sibling, the GMC Sierra. The Canyon comes in three trims and either two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. The base model is only available with the 2.5 L Ecotec I4 engine, a 6-speed manual transmission (until mid-2019 when the manual transmission was discontinued and a six-speed automatic transmission became standard), and two-wheel drive.
Optional features (based on trim) will include active aero grille shutters, available OnStar 4G LTE connectivity with on-board wifi, forward collision warning, lane departure warning, and an available Teen Driver feature that limits speed and audio volume.
On February 16, 2015, GMC posted spy shots of a Canyon with Denali styling, indicating plans to add the mid-size truck to the Denali lineup as a 2016 model.
Both the Canyon and Colorado received a facelift for the 2021 model year, prior to the debut of a third generation in either the 2023 or 2024 model years.
GMC also saw its level trims reduced and renamed for the 2021 model year: Elevation Standard, Elevation, AT4, and Denali. The SLE and SLT trims are eliminated.
The ZR2 concept was shown at the 2014 LA Auto Show. Due to positive feedback, a production ready version was introduced two years later at the 2016 LA Auto Show, which joined the 2017 lineup.
The Colorado ZR2 offers the same amenities as its brother the Z71, but is heavily tailored towards off-road performance. The ZR2 model is available in 2 body configurations; crew cab with 5 ft bed or extended cab with 6 ft bed. Engine options are the 3.6 L LGZ V6 engine and the 2.8 L Duramax LWN turbodiesel engine.
Chevrolet designed many new parts specifically for the ZR2 to improve off-road performance. New features and parts standard or optional on the ZR2 include:
The 2018 Colorado ZR2 was featured in Season 9 Episode 99 of Motor Trend Head 2 Head, where it faced off against a 2017 Ram Power Wagon.
GM Defense and U.S. Army TARDEC partnered in 2016 to develop and successfully test the Chevrolet Colorado ZH2 fuel cell electric truck, with low acoustical and heat signatures as well as the advantages of on-board water production, exportable electric power and off-road capability.
The US Army's Infantry Squad Vehicle (ISV) is heavily-based on the diesel variant of the ZR2, with 90% of the vehicle coming from Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) components.
|2012–2016||2.4 L Flexpower I4||Brazil|
|2012–2013||2.5 L Duramax I4||122 kW (164 hp; 166 PS)||280 lb⋅ft (380 N⋅m)||5-speed manual only|
|2012–present||2.8 L Duramax LWN I4||135–147 kW (181–197 hp; 184–200 PS)||347–369 lb⋅ft (470–500 N⋅m)||6-speed 6L50 automatic||US 2016|
|2015–present||2.5 L Ecotec I4||149 kW (200 hp; 203 PS)||191 lb⋅ft (259 N⋅m)||US, Mexico & Brazil|
|2015–2016||3.6 L LFX V6||227 kW (304 hp; 309 PS)||269 lb⋅ft (365 N⋅m)||US|
|2017–present||3.6 L LGZ V6||230 kW (308 hp; 313 PS)||275 lb⋅ft (373 N⋅m)||US & Mexico|
|2016–present||2.8 L VM Motori I4 turbo-diesel||138–147 kW (185–197 hp; 188–200 PS)||369 lb⋅ft (500 N⋅m)||6-speed 6L50 automatic||Thai production|
|2016–present||2.5 L Duramax LKH I4 Turbo||122 kW (164 hp; 166 PS)||280 lb⋅ft (380 N⋅m)||Thai production|
|2016–present||2.5 L Duramax XLDE25 LP2 I4 VG Turbo||134 kW (180 hp; 182 PS)||324 lb⋅ft (439 N⋅m)||Thai production|
|Calendar year||United States||Thailand|
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The second generation of the C/K series is a range of trucks that was manufactured by General Motors. Marketed by both the Chevrolet and GMC divisions from the 1967 to 1972 model years, this generation was given the "Action Line" moniker by General Motors. As with its predecessor, the second generation C/K included full-size pickup trucks, chassis cab trucks, and medium-duty commercial trucks.
The third generation of the C/K series is a range of trucks that was manufactured by General Motors. Marketed under the Chevrolet and GMC brands from the 1973 to the 1991 model years, this generation is the longest-produced version of the C/K model line. Adopting the "Rounded Line" moniker by General Motors, the third-generation C/K is the second longest-produced generation of American pickup trucks.
The fourth generation of the C/K series is a range of trucks that was manufactured by General Motors. Marketed by the Chevrolet and GMC brands from the 1988 to the 2002 model years, this generation is the final version of the C/K model line. The C/K nomenclature itself became exclusive to Chevrolet, with the GMC division applying the GMC Sierra nameplate across its entire full-size pickup truck line. Internally codenamed the GMT400 platform, the fourth generation C/K was not given a word moniker. After its production, the model line would informally become known by the public as the "OBS", in reference to its GMT800 successor.
The Chevrolet Trailblazer or TrailBlazer is a mid-size SUV produced by Chevrolet, a division of General Motors. The nameplate was first used in North America from 2001 to 2008, when it was replaced by the Traverse crossover SUV in 2009. In 2011, a production of a newly redesigned version of the Trailblazer for Asia and Brazil began.
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