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Anticipation for the new midsize Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon is running high, and now a leaked dealer order guide is offering fresh details.
Colorado Shows Promise in a Stale Segment
Chevrolet introduced an all-new Colorado midsize pickup truck at the 2013 L.A. Auto Show, bringing the first new truck to the segment in some time.
The current king of midsizers, the Toyota Tacoma, is a solid offering in the small truck segment, but it hasn’t received any major improvements for years and is starting to feel dated. Same goes for the Nissan Frontier.
And while the Colorado should be able to outsell both of these trucks on its modern design and interior alone, it remains to be seen whether or not the market place for midsize pickups is big enough to support another player.
Let’s take a look at some of the features that Chevy is banking on to sell the new 2015 Colorado.
General Motors pulled the sheets off an all-new midsize truck in LA called the Colorado, a product that is sure to breathe new life into an otherwise stale market.
The midsize truck market has gone stale with products that have gone untouched for years, but Chevrolet is breathing some life back into the segment with the introduction of the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado here at the LA Auto Show.
A photo that partially reveals the new Chevy Colorado has been posted online, one day before the truck is unveiled at the LA Auto Show.
The push for improved fuel economy is coercing automakers into installing diesel power plants in their pickup trucks, and General Motors is following suit with the brand’s new mid-size pickups, the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon.
General Motors is getting back into the small pickup market, and has revealed just a little bit of the new Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon.