Used 2004 Chevrolet Colorado Crew Cab Review
Edmunds expert review
It has the size, the features and the looks necessary to become the dominant truck in the compact class -- just don't mistake it for a midsize.
What's new for 2004
This replacement for the aged S-10 compact pickup will have a larger overall size and a new range of four- and five-cylinder engines derived from the 4.2-liter in-line six-cylinder currently sold in the TrailBlazer SUV. Expect standard, extended, and crew cab bodystyles and an interior that draws heavily from the General Motors corporate parts bin.
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