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Which Colorado does Edmunds recommend?

The Chevrolet Colorado LT is ideal for buyers who want car-like amenities such as keyless entry and an 8-inch infotainment screen at a reasonable price. A long list of options and features are available to tailor your truck to your needs. Get the V6 instead of the four-cylinder if you can. Its extra power is worth the cost. It's nearly as fuel-efficient, too. The expensive diesel-powered engine option might have some appeal if you do a lot of towing, but otherwise we say skip it.

Edmunds' Expert Review

  • Gasoline V6 and diesel four-cylinder engines tow more than rivals
  • Maneuverable size, along with well-mannered steering and handling
  • Comfortable ride over most surfaces
  • Simple, easy-to-use cabin controls
  • Front seats can feel confining for larger people
  • Rivals offer more in-cab storage with rear seats folded
  • Low-hanging front airdam limits off-road potential
  • Limited availability of optional safety features
  • New Infotainment 3 software, with more USB ports front and rear
  • High-definition rearview camera
  • Part of the second Colorado generation introduced in 2015

Overall rating

7.6 / 10

Although full-size trucks deservedly rule the roost in terms of sales, the midsize pickup segment has started to come into its own. The 2019 Chevrolet Colorado exemplifies this evolution with flexible configurations that cover both work and play. The Colorado starts off as one of the least expensive bare-bones truck on the market. But it can be optioned up to be an out-of-the-box adventure machine with a lifted suspension that boasts trick shocks and fully lockable differentials. And let's not forget technology features such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration. No matter which version of Colorado you choose, you'll get well-mannered handling and respectable fuel economy.

But the Colorado isn't alone in this segment, and the competition is fierce. Toyota's Tacoma starts at a higher price, but it excels in rough off-road terrain and has a higher resale value that levels out the value proposition. And then there's the Honda Ridgeline, which is more comfortable and roomy, though it can't tow or handle tough off-road trails as well as the Colorado. Ford is also getting back into the game with its new Ranger. The decision is tough, but picking a winner will primarily come down to what you want out of your next truck. The 2019 Chevrolet Colorado is worth a look.

Notably, we picked the 2019 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 as one of Edmunds' Best Off-Road Trucks, the 2019 Chevrolet Colorado Diesel as one of Edmunds' Best Trucks for Towing, and the 2019 Chevrolet Colorado as one of Edmunds' Best Trucks and Best Gas Mileage Trucks for this year.

What's it like to live with?

To learn more about the Chevrolet Colorado, read our long-term test of a Colorado ZR2, which our editorial team lived with for more than two years. We took the off-road variant of this popular pickup on grueling off-road adventures and enlisted it for help on DIY home improvement projects. Yes, this version of the Colorado is as rugged as it looks. But is it the right truck for you? Note that while we tested a 2017 truck, the 2019 Colorado is of the same generation and most of our reporting still applies.

2019 Chevrolet Colorado models

The 2019 Chevrolet Colorado is a midsize pickup offered in extended-cab and crew-cab body styles. There are two bed lengths and five trim levels: Base, Work Truck (WT), LT, Z71 and ZR2. For a no-frills truck, the Base and Work Truck models have limited features and low prices. The midrange LT offers extras such as a larger touchscreen and a standard 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, while the top-of-the-line Z71 combines some basic off-road prowess with top equipment. The ZR2 model features significant suspension and body changes that give it improved off-road capability.

The entry-level model, known simply as Base, covers the truck basics without a lot of extras, but it still has a decent amount of equipment. It's offered only as an extended cab, and standard features include a 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder engine (200 horsepower and 191 pound-feet of torque), a six-speed manual transmission, 16-inch steel wheels, air conditioning, vinyl upholstery and floor covering, a four-way power driver's seat with manual recline, front bucket seats, a tilt-only adjustable steering wheel, and power windows. You also get a rearview camera, a 7-inch infotainment system (GM's new Infotainment 3 system), Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, two USB ports, and a six-speaker sound system.

There aren't too many changes when you step up to the Work Truck (WT) model. But it does come in both extended-cab and crew-cab body styles and adds fold-up rear jump seats (extended-cab models only), cloth upholstery, carpeting and floor mats.

The most significant difference between the Base Colorado and the Work Truck trim is the latter's list of available options. Essentially you can equip the Work Truck with a few tech items, optional engines and exterior trim that make it feel less basic. From the WT level on up, you can get a six-speed automatic transmission for the base four-cylinder or one of the Colorado's two optional engines: a 3.6-liter V6 (308 hp and 275 lb-ft) paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission or a 2.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder diesel engine (181 hp and 369 lb-ft) paired to a six-speed automatic.

Notable options for the WT include remote keyless entry, cruise control, an EZ-Lift tailgate, and OnStar telematics (roadside assistance, turn-by-turn navigation, automatic crash response) and 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot connectivity.

If you don't want to sort through all the WT's options sheets, you can simply spring for the LT, which gets you most of the above items, plus 17-inch alloy wheels, a leather-wrapped tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, an 8-inch touchscreen, satellite radio, OnStar and additional USB ports.

More options are available for the LT, the most notable being heated front seats, automatic climate control, heated exterior mirrors, and forward collision and lane departure warning systems. For LT models and above, there's an available seven-speaker premium Bose audio system and a navigation system.

For more luxury items and some mild off-road ability, you'll want to check out the Z71. It comes standard with most of the LT's optional equipment, plus it adds dark-tinted 17-inch alloy wheels, all-terrain tires (instead of all-season tires), an off-road-oriented suspension, a locking rear differential, hill descent control, unique cloth and simulated leather upholstery, and other model-specific trim pieces.

Even with the off-road-oriented suspension, the Z71 is still more oriented toward street use. For more capability off the beaten path, the ZR2 is your truck. The ZR2 has a raised suspension with special dampers, bigger all-terrain tires, fender flares, special bodywork for improved approach and departure angles, a spray-in bedliner (optional on other trims), and an electronically locking rear differential. Chevy offers the V6 or the diesel engine for the ZR2.

Trim tested

Each vehicle typically comes in multiple versions that are fundamentally similar. The ratings in this review are based on our full test of the Chevrolet Colorado Z71(3.6L V6 | 8-speed automatic | 4WD).

EdmundsScorecard

Overall7.6 / 10
Driving8.0
Comfort7.0
Interior8.0
Utility7.5
Technology8.5

Driving

8.0
The V6 engine is lively, and the eight-speed automatic is well-behaved. Past the praiseworthy powertrain, the Colorado also handles decently well for a truck, even if the steering lacks feedback. If off-roading is important to you, the Colorado shouldn't be your first choice.

Acceleration

8.5
The Colorado's 3.5-liter V6 produces a strong 305 horsepower, and that helps make the truck feel light and eager. It never feels breathless at full tilt even though its measured 0-60 mph time of 7.3 seconds does lag behind the Ranger a little. On rare occasions it can display a slight lack of low-end grunt if the transmission refuses to downshift.

Braking

7.0
The Colorado's brakes are predictable and easy to modulate in routine driving, but the pedal tends to go vague and syrupy in harder stops. Despite this, we noted good stability and little nosedive during our 60-0 mph panic-stop test. The 141-foot result was worse than you'd expect in a family car, but in line with expectations for the optional off-road tires that were fitted to our test truck.

Steering

7.0
The steering offers good on-center feel for highway driving and precise control. The steering effort is appropriately weighted even if the assistance feels a bit artificial. Feedback is nearly nonexistent.

Handling

7.5
Body roll is tamed by a firm suspension, so the Colorado corners quite well for a truck. With an unloaded bed, the light rear end can be easy to break traction, but stability control always keeps that manageable. The Colorado feels more car-like than most rivals, but it's ultimately still a truck.

Drivability

8.0
The eight-speed transmission is well-matched to this engine, and a smooth throttle tip-in makes it easy to get the acceleration you want. There's no real issue of the transmission hunting for gears, and it holds speed easily on hills — although it is occasionally reluctant to downshift on flat roads.

Off-road

8.0
The low airdam hanging from the front bumper is good for mileage, but it's bad for clearance, to the point where rocky off-highway travel would break it off. But you can remove it in about 30 minutes. Once we did, we discovered the Colorado has fairly decent articulation. And even though there's no locking rear differential, the Z71's standard single-mode traction control can cope with wheel lift in rocky terrain.

Comfort

7.0
The Colorado offers a better ride than many of its competitors. Noise isolation, climate control and seat adjustability are rudimentary, but the Colorado is designed well enough that drivers with pickup-truck expectations will be comfortable.

Seat comfort

7.0
The front seats are nicely molded, if a little firm, and offer an upright and comfortable position. There's not a lot of adjustability, however. Also, big-boned folks may find them a little narrow. The rear bench cushioning is harder, and the backrest is a bit too upright.

Ride comfort

8.0
The ride is smoother and better-damped than most of the competition, and the Colorado does a good job of dealing with large bumps and small cracks alike. It's not nearly as buttery smooth as the Ridgeline, but you won't be disappointed.

Noise & vibration

7.5
The Colorado's cabin has a bit of wind, road and engine noise, but nothing close to levels that will cause passengers to raise their voices. The top gear of the eight-speed transmission does a lot to keep the engine settled, and the Z71's knobby off-road tires are much quieter than they look like they'd be.

Climate control

8.0
The climate controls are easy and intuitive to use, and the system is more than a match for most weather conditions. However, it's only a single zone. The heated seats and steering wheel work well and are easy to operate.

Interior

8.0
As befits a midsize truck, the driving position and controls offer upright simplicity. Even as a crew cab, the Colorado is best up front. The rear seat is cramped and difficult to access, especially since side steps are optional extras. The large roof pillars create some problematic sightlines.

Ease of use

8.0
Everything is easy to reach, and there's plenty of well-labeled and generously sized switchgear. The oversize toggles in the center console can be operated even when wearing heavy gloves.

Getting in/getting out

7.5
This vehicle is relatively high, and steps are optional extras. The big front door opening helps, and the step-up isn't too high for adults of average height. The rear door is much narrower and has a slightly shorter opening, so getting in and out of the back seat is noticeably more difficult.

Driving position

8.0
The driving position in the Colorado is appropriate for a truck: upright and commanding yet comfortable. Everything is accessible and visible. There's also generous adjustment range in both the seat and steering column to suit all types of drivers.

Roominess

7.5
The front seat offers lots of room all around. Taller drivers won't run out of headroom. The crew cab's rear seat is tight: Legroom is limited, and there's insufficient headroom for taller passengers.

Visibility

7.5
Forward visibility is generally good, but the thick roof pillars and broad-shouldered hood can cause problems, especially when pulling out of a driveway at an angle. The side mirrors are a decent size and help a lot in lane-changing situations. Generally, you should feel confident driving the Colorado.

Quality

7.5
The cabin is full of hard plastics and generally cheap-feeling surfaces. But it's solidly put together, and it feels significantly more modern than the Frontier and even the new Ranger.

Utility

7.5
The Colorado offers high towing and hauling ratings, but it can't match the Ridgeline for usability. The bed is narrower, even if it boasts a higher total volume. The rear seats don't fold flat, and there are no clever compartments for enclosed storage of larger items.

Small-item storage

7.5
There are plenty of places to stash things in the cabin, including a cellphone tray next to the USB port. The door pockets are cleverly tiered to help organize small items, and the cupholders are generously sized. Rear passengers only get seatback pockets and cupholders if there's no middle passenger.

Cargo space

7.0
The rear half of the Colorado's crew cab is a mixed bag. It is easy to fold the rear seat bottoms up, but the floor that's revealed is marred by obstructions; you couldn't put large boxes or a pet bed here. You can easily fold the seatback down, too, but the resulting surface is fairly high and not quite horizontal.

Child safety seat accommodation

6.5
The outboard rear seats both offer LATCH points, although the tether anchors are difficult to access. Larger rear-facing seats will impinge on front-seat travel. The rear-seat height means getting seats and infants into the rear requires lifting, which may be troublesome to shorter buyers.

Towing

9.0
Midsize trucks aren't normally the first choice for those who tow, but the Colorado is arguably the pick of the segment. It can tow 7,000 pounds with the V6 gasoline engine and 7,700 pounds with the optional diesel engine — which should not only tow effortlessly but use far less fuel in the process. But the Colorado has another ace in the hole: It offers a built-in trailer brake controller.

Hauling

8.0
The crew-cab 4WD short-bed Colorado carries more payload than the Tacoma by a wide margin and pips the Ridgeline and Ranger, too. As for the bed itself, tall sides impede reach-in access. And it's a plain steel affair that requires an extra spend for a textured bedliner. There are only four fixed tie-down loops, but more can be added if you purchase accessories. The best part is the standard corner bed access steps built into the corners of the rear bumper.

Technology

8.5
Chevrolet offers solid in-car technology thanks largely to its Infotainment 3 system, which is easy to use and feature-rich. Unfortunately, the Colorado lags behind in terms of useful on-road active safety technology.

Audio & navigation

8.0
The sound quality from the premium Bose system is acceptable but nothing special. It does reach higher volumes without causing distortion. Chevy's Infotainment 3 system is responsive and has sharp graphics and a straightforward interface.

Smartphone integration

9.0
Chevy does a good job offering charging options. Our test truck had USB ports up front and two in back, as well as 110-volt outlets front and back. Bluetooth is easy to set up and works well. The Infotainment 3 system also features Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Driver aids

7.5
Our tester was optioned with forward collision alert and lane departure warning. Both work as advertised, but the forward collision system can be overly sensitive. At least it doesn't return completely false positives the way some systems occasionally do. Blind-spot monitoring would be welcome.

Voice control

8.0
The Colorado's voice control is one of the less frustrating mainstream systems, even though it requires relatively specific phrasing. Commands are displayed on the touchscreen, which is helpful, and the system does its best to help you along when things go wrong.

Consumer reviews

Read what other owners think about the Used 2019 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab.

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5 out of 5 stars
Colorado Dreamin'
Mark,04/03/2019
Work Truck 4dr Extended Cab 4WD SB (2.5L 4cyl 6A)
If you are truly a truck person, I believe you'll just love this truck, as we do. I bought this truck in its work form, because I was not looking for all the amenities of a luxury auto. I have a 6' bed, plenty of power with its V6 and 8 speed automatic transmission, and plenty of ground clearance as I travel the streets of western Michigan in 4 wheel drive during our very snowy winters. And, yet, as everyone that has seen my truck, can't get over how beautiful it is with its great styling and Pacific Blue Metallic paint job. Being an average size person, I can't speak to some of the complaints about cabin size, but I have more than enough room for my 5' 10" 200 lbs frame. Before deciding on another brand, no matter your size, you have got to check out this one. The Chevrolet Colorado is one great truck. After 6 months of ownership, love the Colorado even more. Used the truck to bring home a 6' patio door and enough green board to build a 10' x 12' deck. With its 6' bed and 2' tailgate was able to bring home 12' boards to build the deck. This is a mid-size truck, but definitely big enough for the big jobs, just like its cousin the full-size trucks. Really like its aggressive stance and more narrow girth. Nice thing about owning a truck, for example, came home from work one day only to have the storm door fall off the hinges in my hands. Went to the store......threw the new storm door in the back......installed it.........no muss no fuss. After my first year of ownership, still loving the truck. In the past, working 3rd shift, had the little woman waking me up a half hour early, when we got hit with a snowstorm, so I could pull out the snow thrower and clear our steep uphill driveway. Now with my 4 x 4 Colorado, she let's me sleep until I'm ready to go. Although this is true with any four wheel drive vehicle, just makes me love my truck even more, which is hard to believe is possible. I wouldn't want any other vehicle. I love my girlfriend, truck, and dachshund in that order. My girlfriend had better behave herself, because the truck is vying for the first spot.
5 out of 5 stars
Excellent all around truck
NFMTX,07/23/2019
Z71 4dr Extended Cab 4WD SB (2.5L 4cyl 6A)
Have a 2019 Z71. Very well designed and built truck. Very good handling, Excellent maneuverability for a pickup. Well laid out dash, controls are easy to understand and use. The infotainment system works smoothly, nicely sized. Capabilities are very good. 1400 lbs payload and 7,000 lbs towing are more than enough for most people. Highly recomment
4 out of 5 stars
Radio issues but overall a good truck
Cheryl,04/22/2021
4dr Extended Cab SB w/Prod. End 12/18 (2.5L 4cyl 6M)
I ordered this truck and had it built so I got exactly what I wanted. No back seat. No carpet. Smaller motor. Beautiful blue color! I love my truck that I got for a great price. But....2 things that cannot be fixed... the radio goes up and down sporadically and the back door sensor tells me its open while I am driving unless I slam the door to close it. These things have bern this way from day #1. Dealer and Chevy cant fix it. And it cant be recreated. It happens when I drive it but its not all the time. Really irritating! Other then that its great. You can svae a ton of money by ordering it if you dont want the fancy models. Its sporty and beautiful but less bucks!

Safety

Our experts like the Colorado models:

OnStar System
Provides emergency crash notification, stolen-vehicle notification, and remote locking and unlocking. Standard on the LT and above.
Safety Package
Includes forward collision and lane departure warning systems. It's available on the LT only.
Teen Driver Mode
Lets you have custom key settings for secondary drivers and can provide in-vehicle reports.

NHTSA Overall Rating

4 out of 5 stars
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
  • Frontal Barrier Crash Rating
    Overall4 / 5
    Driver5 / 5
    Passenger4 / 5
  • Side Crash Rating
    Overall5 / 5
  • Side Barrier Rating
    Overall5 / 5
    Driver5 / 5
    Passenger5 / 5
  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings
    Front Seat5 / 5
    Back Seat5 / 5
  • Rollover
    Rollover3 / 5
    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover22%
IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
    Acceptable
  • Roof Strength Test
    Good
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
    Good
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
    Not Tested
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test
    Good

2019 Chevrolet Colorado First Impressions

First Drive: 2019 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison

A ZR2 With Plate Mail

Since its introduction in 2017, Chevrolet's Colorado ZR2 has established itself as a true off-road truck. Its wider stance, locking differentials, knobby all-terrain tires and trick suspension transform the street-oriented Colorado into a vehicle capable of taking on some truly treacherous terrain. We've tested the ZR2's mettle ourselves by adding a Colorado ZR2 to our yearlong test fleet.

But what if the ZR2's mods are still too mild for you? Well, Chevy's got an answer: the 2019 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison.

To satisfy the truly rugged off-roader, the engineers at Chevrolet teamed up with American Expedition Vehicles (AEV), a hardcore aftermarket off-roading parts manufacturer. Together, they developed a set of skid plates, bumpers and wheels designed specifically for the ZR2.

What Is a ZR2 Bison Anyway?

The bumper and skid plates don't necessarily add more off-road capability, but they do add peace of mind. There are a total of five skid plates, and all are made from an extremely strong boron steel. They are designed to protect key underbody components when off-roading over sharp and jagged rocks. The plates are located under the oil pan, fuel tank and transfer case as well as under the front and rear differentials. They also augment the steel rock sliders that were already equipped on the ZR2.

Compared to the stock ZR2's standard bumper covers, the Bison's front and rear steel bumpers improve durability, particularly when rock crawling or maneuvering at low speeds on tight trails near boulders and trees. Chevy and AEV's engineers say the new front bumper maintains the truck's cooling capability, even when the bumper is partially covered with a front winch. Both bumpers also include built-in recovery points, and the foglights in the front bumper are standard equipment.

Does It Work, and How Much?

To put it simply: yes. During a brief drive on rugged rock and boulder-strewn trails, we were able to test the durability of the skid plates and rock sliders. Although the skid plates are in multiple pieces, they're designed so that the whole truck can still slide off obstacles without getting hung up. We drove over some rocks that struck the truck's underbody. A post-drive inspection revealed that most of the damage caused by the rocks and boulders were superficial. In fact, the rock rails and exhaust pipe seemed to take more damage. Either way, not taking any body damage during this drive proved the value of having the Bison's additional protection.

Overall, we think the Bison's added durability, combined with unique wheels and contrast stitching and embroidery on the seats, make it a good addition to the Colorado lineup. Pricing will start at $48,045 for the extended-cab ZR2 (with the V6 engine) and $49,645 for the crew cab. Both prices include Chevrolet's standard $995 destination charge. Compared to a regular ZR2, that's about $6,000 more. It's a pricey upgrade, and we suspect many off-roaders will prefer to piece together aftermarket parts to make a ZR2 of their own. Then again, for those Colorado shoppers happy to have the factory handle all the work for them — and have it covered under warranty — the ZR2 is just the right truck.

You can expect to see the 2019 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison in dealerships in January 2019.


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Used 2019 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Overview

The Used 2019 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab is offered in the following styles: Work Truck 4dr Extended Cab 4WD SB (2.5L 4cyl 6A), Work Truck 4dr Extended Cab SB w/Prod. End 12/18 (2.5L 4cyl 6M), 4dr Extended Cab SB w/Prod. End 12/18 (2.5L 4cyl 6M), Z71 4dr Extended Cab 4WD SB (2.5L 4cyl 6A), LT 4dr Extended Cab SB (2.5L 4cyl 6A), ZR2 4dr Extended Cab 4WD SB (3.6L 6cyl 8A), LT 4dr Extended Cab 4WD SB (2.5L 4cyl 6A), Z71 4dr Extended Cab SB (2.5L 4cyl 6A), 4dr Extended Cab SB (2.5L 4cyl 6A), and Work Truck 4dr Extended Cab SB (2.5L 4cyl 6A). Pre-owned Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab models are available with a 2.5 L-liter gas engine, with output up to 200 hp, depending on engine type. The Used 2019 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab comes with four wheel drive, and rear wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 6-speed shiftable automatic, 6-speed manual. The Used 2019 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab comes with a 3 yr./ 36000 mi. basic warranty, a 5 yr./ 60000 mi. roadside warranty, and a 5 yr./ 60000 mi. powertrain warranty.

What's a good price on a Used 2019 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab?

Price comparisons for Used 2019 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab trim styles:

  • The Used 2019 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Work Truck is priced between $19,050 and$29,995 with odometer readings between 9883 and123540 miles.
  • The Used 2019 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab LT is priced between $27,750 and$27,966 with odometer readings between 18001 and24778 miles.
  • The Used 2019 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Z71 is priced between $34,900 and$34,900 with odometer readings between 14200 and14200 miles.

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Should I lease or buy a 2019 Chevrolet Colorado?

Is it better to lease or buy a car? Ask most people and they'll probably tell you that car buying is the way to go. And from a financial perspective, it's true, provided you're willing to make higher monthly payments, pay off the loan in full and keep the car for a few years. Leasing, on the other hand, can be a less expensive option on a month-to-month basis. It's also good if you're someone who likes to drive a new car every three years or so.

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