You’ll Like it.
Strong V-6 cylinder engine, also has Up-Hill Power climb
go or come up (a slope or incline).also has reverse camera.
Ride like car, Drives like a truck. This truck has a Salvage Title because of the aigbag blew on the driverside and the small damages on the front bumper and front grille that got damages. Insurance company branded the title salvage. The first 5 pictures are what the truck looked like before we fix it. It's been inspect at the state inspection and it pass like a brand new truck. Now it has brand new, license plates and sticker. the title is on my name now. I will add pictures of the truck on how it looks like now as soon as I get a chances.
This is a 2017
The 2017 Chevy Colorado has the option of a second-generation DOHC V-6 engine with cylinder deactivation, paired with a new 8L45 eight-speed transmission.
The Chevrolet Colorado is Chevy’s midsize pickup entry, sitting below the Silverado range. It is available with a V-6, four-cylinder gasoline engine, or four-cylinder turbo diesel engine, in rear- or four-wheel drive, and in a variety of cab and bed types.
Last year’s big update to the Colorado was the addition of the torquey, efficient 181-hp, 369-lb-ft 2.8-liter four-cylinder Duramax turbo diesel engine. This year, the 2017 Chevrolet Colorado replaces its previous 3.6-liter V-6 with an all-new 3.6-liter V-6 based on the second generation of GM’s dual-overhead-cam engine architecture. The new V-6 rates 308 hp and 275 lb-ft of torque, an increase of 3 hp and 6 lb-ft over the previous V-6, thanks to improved variable valve timing and direct-injection systems. A 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine is also available, rated at 200 hp and 191 lb-ft.
The new V-6’s story isn’t just about power, however, but about efficiency. The new 3.6-liter V-6 for the 2017 Chevrolet Colorado features cylinder deactivation, which disables two cylinders during light throttle application.
Also new for the 2017 Colorado is the 8L45 eight-speed automatic transmission, replacing the previous six-speed automatic when the new V-6 engine is specified. Developed in-house by GM, the Hydra-Matic 8L45 uses aluminum and magnesium elements to keep size and weight nearly the same as the previous six-speed gearbox. The addition of two gear ratios to the new transmission allows for a numerically higher first gear, improving acceleration from a stop, especially when towing or hauling heavy loads. The overall gear ratio spread has also increased, from 6.0 to 7.0.
Official EPA ratings haven’t yet been released for the 2017 Chevrolet Colorado, but when equipped with rear-wheel drive and the four-cylinder gasoline and six-speed automatic transmission, the 2016 Colorado was rated 20/27/22 mpg city/highway/combined. Adding four-wheel drive moves the needle to 19/25/21 mpg. The 2.8-liter four-cylinder turbodiesel engine is the efficiency king of the bunch, scoring 22/31/25 mpg city/highway/combined in rear-drive form, or 20/29/23 mpg with four-wheel drive. The second-generation V-6 is all new for 2017, but the previous V-6 model was rated 18/26/21 mpg city/highway combined with rear-wheel drive