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The 2023 Chevrolet Colorado will come only as a Crew Cab/short box configuration and will build upon the stellar exterior attributes of the outgoing model. In addition to its wider and more confident stance, the ’23 Colorado will feature a new hood profile and a higher grille that’s flanked by slim LED headlights. Its main exterior hallmark, however, concerns its segment-first tailgate storage system, which includes a lockable watertight compartment that’s perfect for stowing tools and other miscellaneous equipment. Not only that, but this compartment can also double as a cooler since it will be outfitted with a drain plug. The tailgate itself – which can support up to 500 pounds – includes two cupholders and a convenient measuring tool that’s molded into the surface. The cargo bed is equally impressive since it gets a medley of fixed tie-down points (up to a class-leading 17), four top-bed stake pockets, six in-bed pockets, and two bike tire grooves in the front bed wall for easy transportation to wherever you plan to ride. It’s also eligible for a protective spray-on liner. Plenty of exciting new exterior accessories are offered, too, including an off-road assist step, splash guards, off-road lighting elements, reconfigurable bed rails, cargo lights, and a tailgate audio system.
to be more tech-rich than the previous gen model as it will come with a class-leading 11.3-inch central touchscreen and a segment-first 8-inch fully digital and customizable gauge cluster (an 11-inch unit will be optional). The center console has been redesigned as well with a more accessible shifter and a new segment-first electronic parking brake. Other interior options consist of rounded outboard vents, wrapped and stitched knee pads on the doors and center console, a Colorado-first sunroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, and an extra-wide smartphone charger. For a touch of personality, the Z71 and ZR2 trims can be ordered with your choice of either red or yellow seatbelts. The ’23 Colorado will even be supplied with the newly available Off-Road Performance Data Display, which will allow drivers to monitor their off-road performance.
The turbocharged 2.7-liter engine from the full-sized Silverado will now be standard in the ’23 Colorado. There are three output variants: 2.7-liter Turbo, 2.7-liter Turbo Plus, and 2.7-liter Turbo High-Output. The default Turbo produces 237 hp and 259 lb.-ft. of torque and can tow up to 3,500 lb. The Turbo Plus and Turbo High-Output both pour out 310 hp and can tow a best-in-class 7,700 lb. maximum; however, where the Turbo Plus twists out 390 lb.-ft. of torque, the Turbo High-Output makes 430 lb.-ft.
The new engine is paired with a second-generation eight-speed automatic transmission that has been refined to allow for smoother shifting and quicker downshifts. A drive mode selector with five settings (Normal, Tow/Haul, Off-Road, Terrain, and the ZR2-exclusive Baja, which has been designed for high-speed desert running). will be offered to tailor performance for specific driving conditions.
All 2023 Colorado trims are to be assembled on a new chassis that has a 3.1 inches more wheelbase length than the outgoing model. The ’23 Colorado will also feature a shortened overhang that not only evokes a more aggressive presence, but also improves the truck’s approach angle so it can climb steeper verticals. The off-road-conquering Trail Boss is distinct from the other trims as it features a 2-inch factory-lifted suspension and a 3-inch wider front track for improved off-road capability.
The brand-new ZR2 will be the most capable of the bunch with its high-performance 3-inch lifted suspension and upgraded Multimatic DSSV dampers. On top of that, the ’23 Colorado will have a class-best 10-view camera system that’s eligible for a segment-first underbody camera on the Z71 and ZR2 trims. As for trailering, the ’23 Colorado will now come standard with Hitch Guidance and are eligible for Hitch View and Chevy’s Trailering App.
The Chevy Safety Assist suite of active driving aids will be standard in the upcoming Colorado. Its included technologies are forward collision alert, automatic emergency braking, front pedestrian braking, lane keep assist with lane departure warning, a following distance indicator, and IntelliBeam automatic high beams. Also offered on an optional basis will be blind-zone steering assist, rear cross-traffic braking, adaptive cruise control, an HD surround-view camera, and rear pedestrian alert.