Following the discontinuation of the Chevrolet Colorado, speculation quickly cropped up about the new Colorado that debuted at the Bangkok Motor Show last year. Early on, many people assumed the truck would immediately succeed the recently discontinued generation as a 2013 model, but those assumptions are turning up false. In fact the new Colorado, pictured… Continue Reading...
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However, given its expertise in smaller trucks, Nissan really has a chance, at least in the short term to reap the benefits of the Ranger’s departure, especially now that the Frontier, besides its global status, is an established player and increasingly profitable due to its longevity in the marketplace. Continue Reading...
Features include a purpose built racking system for storing surfboards, bags and other equipment, plus a modified pickup bed with storage for wetsuits, plus an ice chest and barbeque grill. Continue Reading...
Chevy plans to offer the new Colorado in some 60 markets worldwide, including other parts of Asia, the Pacific Rim, the Middle East, Europe and South America. Note that there’s no mention of the US. Continue Reading...
The full-size Titan, the so-called Sport Appearance Package adds body colored bumpers, Dark Hyper Silver grille, black step rails, a set of 20-inch alloy wheels and a lockable storage compartment inside the bed. Moving to the cabin, the SAP adds white faced gauges and seats with special ‘Titan’ embroidery. Continue Reading...
Having spent much time in Thailand during the vehicle’s development process, in order to gauge the kind of buyers found in the local pickup market as well as driving conditions many trucks are subjected to; Colorado chief engineer Roberto Rempel and his team believe that Chevy’s new mid-size pickup is more than up to the... Continue Reading...
Although still billed as concept, it’s styling likely predicts the future DNA of Chevrolet trucks, both large and small. Continue Reading...
It’s a far cry from the late 1970s and 1980s, when compact trucks were one of the hottest things going and individual models, like Nissan’s own Hardbody regularly sold in excess of 100,000 units. Continue Reading...
However, unlike the new Ranger, GM is not giving up on the North American market when it comes to small trucks, one source says that the new Colorado was specifically engineered to conform to US and Canadian federal requirements. Continue Reading...
According to Federal Motor Vehicle Safety standards applicable in the US and Canada, the location of the top tethers on the center part of these seats means they aren’t accessible for properly securing child seats Continue Reading...
n what perhaps respresents a modern take on the original muscle truck concept – stuffing a big engine in a smaller vehicle, the RTR (which stands for Ready To Race) features a iForce 5.7-liter V-8 dropped between the frame rails of a current Tacoma. Continue Reading...
Suzuki has said that it will begin notifying owners of the recall on September 13 and once the vehicle is brought in, a Garmin representative will replace the defective batteries and install a spacer on top of them to prevent overheating. Continue Reading...
A flexible manufacturing process at the Texas plant now allows both Tacomas and Tundras to roll down the line back to back if necessary in response to consumer demand. Continue Reading...
Like bigger brother Titan, trim levels have been changed to S, SV and SL from XE, SE and LE, while the PRO-4X off-road specialty truck carries on, essentially unaltered. Continue Reading...