Chevrolet’s All New Colorado 2021 arrived with renewed safety and connectivity elements. Know its characteristics.
The All New Colorado increases its product offering to now participate in the intermediate range, with LT versions, and in the upper part of the segment with the versions of high comfort and technology equipment such as LTZ and the totally new High Country.
The Chevrolet model is featured with a Duramax 2.8 Turbo Diesel engine, delivering 197 HP at 3400 RPM, and up to 500 Nm of torque at @ 2000RPM. In terms of capacity, it is capable of loading up to 1,329 liters in the hopper, the largest loading volume in its category.
It comes with four versions with manual and automatic transmissions. It offers a new calibration in the engine that allows better performance in high altitude areas, it also has a new turbo, which improves the power delivery curve in torque by 6%, and also allows for an even better response, achieving acceleration. 0-100 km in up to 10.1 seconds, 7% faster than the previous generation.
Security and technology
It has a 20% more solid structure than the previous version. In addition, it has an autonomous emergency braking system, which responds immediately in situations of risk from 8 km / h to 80 km / h.
Added to this, 6 airbags, ABS brakes with EBD, stability and traction control, descent control and hill start assistant, engine immobilizer, Isofix system for all versions, as well as lane departure sensor, parking sensors front and rear, tire pressure sensor among others.
With regard to technological innovations, the All New Chevrolet Colorado is the first in its category to have WIFI incorporated with the 4G LTE network, a signal up to 12 times stronger than that of a smartphone. Thanks to this, the truck can be controlled through a mobile app. In this way, the driver can check the status of the vehicle, schedule an oil change, send alerts in the event of theft, start the vehicle and open / close latches, know the location of the vehicle, view the tire pressure, among other functionalities.
In addition, it has wireless projection for Android Auto and Apple Carplay on the 8-inch touch screen with MyLink system. With this, it is no longer necessary to connect the cables to have the interaction with the smartphone.
“In addition to this, it is the first pick up in Peru that incorporates the OnStar system, which allows obtaining automatic collision response services, route assistance, 24/7 contact center and emergency services such as National Police, firefighters and paramedics. at the push of a button ”, says Juan Alberto Yokens, General Motors Peru Marketing Manager.
It has a much more aggressive and aerodynamic front design, restyled headlights and the inclusion of side steps. In the same way, it offers a set of foggers that were redesigned, and relocated in a higher position for better visibility of the environment, mainly on off-piste roads.
In addition, the design helps to improve the vehicle’s ability to overcome obstacles, modifying the angle of attack from 27 to 29 degrees. Along with this, the top-of-the-line versions include 18 ″ rings with new designs.
As an additional novelty, it is incorporating a new top-of-the-line version of the model and the best-selling version regionally: Colorado High Country. This car has an exclusive totally dark grill with a Black High Gloss finish and with the Chevrolet brand in high relief on a central bar, it also has a rear sports bar and maritime tarpaulin for greater safety when loading the hopper. Inside it has High Country details and a premium eco-leather upholstery for added comfort.
This pick up arrives in the following colors: white, silver, gray, black, red wine and dark blue. Prices vary by version: LS MT 4WD: $ 27,990; LT MT 4WD: $ 30,900; LTZ MT 4WD: $ 32,990; and High Country 4WD: $ 37,990. The High Country version will have a special bonus of $ 3000 dollars, exclusive per launch.