Chevrolet COLORADO 2023




– Enhanced performance with three off-road models — including the first-ever – Trail Boss and an even more capable ZR2 — built on three specific chassis setups
– Four distinct interior trims, featuring a standard class-leading 11.3-inch-diagonal color infotainment1 touchscreen
– A 2.7L turbo engine, proven in the Silverado, offers three available output variants scaled for Colorado
– More cargo bed functionality than previous model years with all-new features, including first-in-segment available tailgate storage system, a mid-position tailgate and available 110V power outlet

Chevrolet today introduced the all-new 2023 Colorado offering customers greater performance, capability and customization, plus a refreshed exterior and interior design.

“The all-new Colorado is enhanced in every way,” said Scott Bell, global vice president of Chevrolet. “With its rugged and sporty styling, enhanced capability, new technology and customization options, it’s designed to do more for discerning customers and still offer them great value.”

Designers and engineers focused on three key categories to take the Colorado to the next level: elevated design, enhanced performance and new and useful technology. Each category weaves into a streamlined lineup built around a single wheelbase and single cab configuration to create a unified Colorado pickup family.

The 2023 Colorado lineup includes Work Truck (WT), LT, Z71, ZR2 and first-ever Trail Boss models. The lineup features three distinctive chassis stances to optimize each model’s capabilities. Together, they compose a more diverse range of choices tailored to the distinctive ways customers use their trucks for work and recreational activities, including off-roading.

Along with new exterior styling and proportions, the 2023 Colorado introduces an all-new interior that blends refinement and functionality with work-ready durability and comfort. Across the 2023 Colorado lineup, there are now four unique interior trims choices for customers.

The class-leading, standard 11.3-inch-diagonal color infotainment1 touchscreen is the centerpiece of the cabin and is accompanied by a segment-first standard 8-inch-diagonal fully digital color instrument display, both of which are customizable. The four distinct new interior options feature sporty round outboard vents, wrapped and stitched knee pads on the doors and center console for select models, and more adventurous contrast stitching on select models.

2.7L Turbo Variants
2.7L Turbo
– 237 hp
– 259 lb.ft
– 3,500 lbs. Max Trailering
– Availability: Standard WT & LT

2.7L Turbo Plus
– 310 hp
– 390 lb. ft
– 7,700 lbs. Max Trailering
– Availability: Standard Z71 & Trail Boss / Available: WT & LT

2.7L Turbo High-Output
– 310 hp
– 430 lb. ft
– 7,700 lbs. Max Trailering
– Availability: Standard: ZR2 (Max trailering up to 6000lbs)

2023 Colorado Dimensions
2023 WT & LT
– Wheelbase: 131.4 in.
– Length: 213 in.
– Maximum Height: 78.8 in.
– Track (front): 62.8 in.
– Off-road Approach Angle: N/A
– Off-road Departure Angle: N/A
– Break-over Angle: N/A
– Ground Clearance: 7.9 in.

2023 Z71
– Wheelbase: 131.4 in.
– Length: 213 in.
– Maximum Height: 79.6 in.
– Track (front): 62.6 in.
– Off-road Approach Angle: 29.1 deg.
– Off-road Departure Angle: 22.3 deg.
– Break-over Angle: 19.5 deg.
– Ground Clearance: 8.9 in.

2023 Trail Boss
– Wheelbase: 131.4 in.
– Length: 213 in.
– Maximum Height: 79.9 in.
– Track (front): 66.2 in.
– Off-road Approach Angle: 30.5 deg.
– Off-road Departure Angle: 22.4 deg.
– Break-over Angle: 21 deg.
– Ground Clearance: 9.5 in.

2023 ZR2
– Wheelbase: 131.4 in.
– Length: 212.7 in.
– Maximum Height: 81.9 in.
– Track (front): 66.3 in.
– Off-road Approach Angle: 38.3 deg.
– Off-road Departure Angle: 25.1 deg.
– Break-over Angle: 24.6 deg.
– Ground Clearance: 10.7 in.

Normal: A balanced mode for everyday on-road driving
Tow/Haul: Transmission shift points, throttle response and additional calibrations optimized for trailering and hauling
Off-Road: Specific tractive and other dynamic performance features designed for general off-pavement driving
Terrain: Designed for low-speed rock crawling, with specific throttle control, brake performance and other calibrations, with three settings
Baja: Developed for high-speed desert running, with specific throttle control, transmission shifting and other body/drivetrain control calibrations.

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