Chevy cuts trim, boosts base price of Colorado


Production of the 2021 Colorado will begin at the end of this month at General Motors’ Wentzville, Mo., assembly plant.

Chevy is adding more differentiation across trim levels for 2021, such as a black bow tie logo on the Z71 version. The off-road Colorado ZR2 will come with standard red tow hooks and offer better visibility.

The freshened Colorado is wider and more distinctive, with a 3D grille, highlighted by a grille bar available that connects the lamps, said Matt Noone, Chevrolet truck exterior design director.

“A new two-piece fascia gives the Colorado a tailored look that feels flush and integrated. The new front fascia and grille give the truck a wider, stable presence,” he said.

As with the Silverado full-size pickup, “Chevrolet” will be stamped into the sheet metal of the Colorado’s tailgate.

Greg Layson of Automobile News | Canada contributed to this report.

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