Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 is Four Wheeler’s 2018 Pickup Truck of a Year

The Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 has been named Pickup Truck of a Year by FOUR WHEELER, a world’s heading 4×4 management given 1962.

This endowment was dynamic by a weeklong, invitation-only foe open to all-new or significantly revised pickup trucks for a arriving indication year. The contrast encompassed some-more than 1,000 miles and a accumulation of terrain, including a racetrack, paved roads, sand, hilly trails, loose-surface trails, snow, loose-dirt mountain climbs and H2O crossings.

The judges enclosed editors of several TEN (The Enthusiast Network): A Discovery Communications Company publications such as FOUR WHEELER, 4-WHEEL OFF-ROAD and JP MAGAZINE.

“Chevrolet has a proven lane record of success building opening variants for Corvette and Camaro,” pronounced Mark Dickens, executive executive of Performance Vehicles, General Motors. “ZR2 takes this truth and relates it to Colorado, despite in a approach that creates clarity for a truck, enabling business to stone crawl, dried run and even expostulate absolutely on paved roads, all with equal degrees of certainty and fun.”

The ZR2 is effectively a shred of one, mixing a liveliness and maneuverability of a midsize pickup with a horde of new off-road facilities and a many off-road record of any car in a segment.

Compared to a customary Colorado, a ZR2 facilities a 3.5-inch wider lane and a cessation carried by 2 inches. Functional rocker insurance has been combined for improved opening over rocks and obstacles, and a front and back bumpers were mutated for improved off-road clearance.

Class-exclusive facilities embody front and back electronic locking differentials, an accessible diesel engine and a initial off-road focus of Multimatic Dynamic Suspensions Spool Valve (DSSVTM) damper technology.

As a result, a Colorado ZR2 delivers well-developed opening in a accumulation of scenarios, from technical stone crawling to parsimonious two-track trails to high-speed dried using to daily driving.

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