2015 Chevrolet Colorado: We're Still Unclear What This Means
January 5, 2015
Every new addition to the long-term fleet is a mystery unfolding, and part of that process means digging through the settings menus. I was doing just that this morning in our 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and stumbled on an old nemesis: Unlocked Door Anti-Lockout.
You see, our Corvette Stingray had this same feature and the best I could come up with then was "programmed delayed auto-locking is on when this is off." A little more internet sleuthing revealed that it essentially means you cannot ever turn off auto-locking (hate it), and you can prevent an unintended (or intended) lockout that would happen if you manually locked an open door by hand and slammed it shut.
Did I get it (more) right this time?
Chris Walton, Chief Road Test Editor