The Colorado is available in three basic body styles, extended cab long box, crew cab short box and crew cab long box. While the extended cab has rear hinged back doors and a small pair of rear seats, the crew cab features four-doors and rear seats big enough to comfortably sit adults, even on long drives. 4-wheel-drive and 2-wheel-drive variants are available in any of the three body styles.
There are four trim levels for the Chevrolet Colorado, Base, WT, LT and Z71. Base models are only available on extended cab variants and while they obviously feature the fewest amenities, bells and whistles, they still have several notable features. Base models come standard with 4-wheel disc brakes with anti-lock brakes, a 6-speed manual transmission, power adjustable mirrors, a rearview camera and a chrome rear bumper.
WT trims are similar to the base model but can be ordered with the crew cab. The WT trim also adds heavier duty suspension, an improved infotainment system and an automatic transmission.
The LT trim adds a little bit of luxury to the mid-sized pickup. A 4-way power adjustable driver's seat is standard as are 17-inch wheels, a body colored rear bumper, an 8-inch color screen, remote entry and a leather wrapped steering wheel.
For buyers who want a Colorado with improved off-road capabilities, there's the Z71 off-road package, including heavy duty suspension, a locking rear differential, some underbody protection, a powered front passenger seat, automatic climate control and an automatic liftgate.
Safety features on the Colorado include Stabilitrak stability control, traction control and ABS. There are six airbags in the Colorado including dual stage front airbags. A rearview camera is standard as are 4-wheel disc brakes.