2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

2020 MODEL
$22,395 - $36,695
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2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Complete In-depth Review & Buying Guide

Updated on: July 10, 2020
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Charan Narain Khandelwal

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The people of America have a particular licking for pickup trucks. While the full size pickups have a dominant mark in the pickup truck market, there is a constant demand for mid size pickups as well. Among the top trucks in the mid size segment stands the Chevrolet Colorado. 

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Pros

Excellent towing capacity

Nimble , with on point handling

Comfortable over almost any surface

Cons

Front seats can feel confining to larger people

In cabin storage a little compromised

Low hanging front end limits off-roading capabilities

What's New?

New infotainment system

HD reverse camera


Features

vehicle bio

base price

$22395

bodystyle

4dr Ext Cab

passenger capacity

4

drivetrain

RWD

engine type

displacement

150 cu.in.

horsepower

200 hp @ 6300 rpm

torque

191 lbs.-ft. @ 4400 rpm

transmission

6-speed automatic HMD 6L50

chassis

frame type

Unibody

suspension front

Independent front short and long arm suspension

suspension rear

Rigid axle rear leaf suspension

brake rotors (f/r)

12.2/12.2

dimensions

wheelbase

128.3 in.

length

62.4 in.

width

74.3 in.

height

70.4 in.

curb weight

3945 lbs.

ground clearance

8.4 in.

capacity

passenger volume

37.8 cu ft.

cargo volume

44 cu ft.

towing capacity

3500 lbs.

payload capacity

1426 lbs.

performance

zero to 60 mph

8.2 sec.

standing ¼-mile

16.3 sec.

fuel economy

city/combined/highway

20/26/22 mpg

highway range

546 mi.

warranty

basic warranty

3 yr./ 36000 mi.

drivetrain warranty

5 yr./ 60000 mi.

corrosion warranty

6 yr. /100000 mi.

roadside assistance

5 yr. / 60000 mi.


Pictures & Videos

Exterior
Interior
Videos
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Exterior video

Styles

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab in Absolute Black color 2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab in Satin Steel Metallic color 2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab in Summit White color 2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab in Kinetic Blue Metallic color 2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab in Pacific Blue  Metallic color
Absolute Black

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Ratings

Features

8.7

Engine And Performance

7.3

Fuel Economy

4.0

Interior

8.5

Exterior

7.0

Safety

2.0

Competition

8.0

Final Verdict

8.5

6.9

OVERALL RATING

Trims and Configurations

MSRP


2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Base

Base

power
200 hp @ 6300 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
22 combined

$22,395


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
4dr Ext Cab 6.1 ft. LB (2.5L 4cyl 6A) Starting at $22,395 MSRP (20/22/26) 200 hp @ 6300 rpm, 2.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
6-speed automatic HMD 6L50 rear wheel drive 4

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Work Truck

Work Truck

power
308 hp @ 6800 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
22 combined

$25,895 - $31,280


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
Work Truck 4dr Ext Cab 6.1 ft. LB (2.5L 4cyl 6A) Starting at $25,895 MSRP (20/22/26) 200 hp @ 6300 rpm, 2.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
6-speed automatic HMD 6L50 rear wheel drive 4
Work Truck 4dr Ext Cab 6.1 ft. LB 4WD (2.5L 4cyl 6A) Starting at $29,795 MSRP (20/22/26) 200 hp @ 6300 rpm, 2.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
6-speed automatic HMD 6L50 four wheel drive 4
Work Truck 4dr Ext Cab 6.1 ft. LB (3.6L 6cyl 8A) Starting at $27,380 MSRP (20/22/26) 308 hp @ 6800 rpm, 3.6 L, V-6, regular unleaded
8-Speed Automatic rear wheel drive 4
Work Truck 4dr Ext Cab 6.1 ft. LB 4WD (3.6L 6cyl 8A) Starting at $31,280 MSRP (20/22/26) 308 hp @ 6800 rpm, 3.6 L, V-6, regular unleaded
8-Speed Automatic four wheel drive 4

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab LT

LT

power
308 hp @ 6800 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
22 combined

$28,795 - $33,980


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
LT 4dr Ext Cab 6.1 ft. LB (2.5L 4cyl 6A) Starting at $28,795 MSRP (20/22/26) 200 hp @ 6300 rpm, 2.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
6-speed automatic HMD 6L50 rear wheel drive 4
LT 4dr Ext Cab 6.1 ft. LB 4WD (2.5L 4cyl 6A) Starting at $32,495 MSRP (20/22/26) 200 hp @ 6300 rpm, 2.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
6-speed automatic HMD 6L50 four wheel drive 4
LT 4dr Ext Cab 6.1 ft. LB (3.6L 6cyl 8A) Starting at $30,280 MSRP (20/22/26) 308 hp @ 6800 rpm, 3.6 L, V-6, regular unleaded
8-Speed Automatic rear wheel drive 4
LT 4dr Ext Cab 6.1 ft. LB 4WD (3.6L 6cyl 8A) Starting at $33,980 MSRP (20/22/26) 308 hp @ 6800 rpm, 3.6 L, V-6, regular unleaded
8-Speed Automatic four wheel drive 4

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Z71

Z71

power
308 hp @ 6800 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
22 combined

$36,695


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
Z71 4dr Ext Cab 6.1 ft. LB 4WD (3.6L 6cyl 8A) Starting at $36,695 MSRP (20/22/26) 308 hp @ 6800 rpm, 3.6 L, V-6, regular unleaded
8-speed shiftable automatic four wheel drive 4

Expert Review

6.9

Overall Rating


Colorado has made a very strong place for itself. With its reliable engine and rugged exterior, it is able to overcome any challenge it faces. The popularity of the extended cab might be less than its crew cab, but is still preferred by many. 

These days, competing in the market is made difficult due to the highly capable competitors one has to compete with. Toyota’s Tacoma is an example of a very well seasoned truck which can give a tough battle to Colorado. Ford also makes an appearance for the slice of the cake, with its Ranger. Finally, we see Colorado’s sister truck, the Canyon, in the competition pool, put forth by GMC.

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Front View
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Rear View

8.7/10
Features

 

7.3/10
Engine and Performance

 

4.0/10
Fuel Economy

 

8.5/10
Interior

 

7.0/10
Exterior

 

2.0/10
Safety

 

8.0/10
Competition

 

8.5/10
Final Verdict

 

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Features

8.7/10

Chevrolet offers the Colorado in 4 trims. Price starts at $22K with the base trim and goes all the way up to $37K with the Z71 trim. The WT and the LT are the only trims which offer a choice between both RWD and 4WD. While the Base trim only comes a RWD option, the Z71 only comes in 4WD. 

Trim

Base

WT

LT

Z71

MSRP (RWD)

$22,395

$25,895

$28,795

N/A

MSRP (4WD)

N/A

$29,795

$32,495

$36,695

Key Features

Daytime Running Lamps

Dual rear seats with underseat storage

Overhead console

EZ-Lift and Lower tailgate with remote locking

 

Halogen headlamps

Single-zone climate control

Cruise control

Projector-beam headlamps with fog lamps

 

2-way manual front passenger seat with 4-way power driver seat

Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System with 7" diagonal color touchscreen

6-way power driver seat

4-way power front passenger seat

 

Rubberized vinyl floor covering

Carpeted floor covering

Chevrolet Infotainment 3 Plus System with 8" diagonal HD color touchscreen

Automatic climate control

 

16" Ultra Silver metallic steel wheels with all season tires

Teen Driver

Electronic traction control

17" Dark Argent metallic cast aluminum wheels with all terrain tires

Which trim do we recommend?

Opting for the Base and WT only makes sense if you're getting it only from a profession perspective, to get the work done. Their bare-bones nature will make them feel inadequate for personal use. We suggest opting for the LT. It has a good variety of features, ranging from comfort features to safety features. 

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Engine and Performance

7.3/10

As standard, the Colorado comes equipped with a 2.5L Inline 4 paired with a 6 speed automatic transmission. The engine has a direct fuel injection system and variable valve timing which helps optimize fuel consumption without a hit in power generated by the engine. The engine makes 200 horsepower and 191 lb ft of torque.
The 6 speed transmission found here handles the power very well and seems like a match made in heaven when put together with the Inline 4. The transmission can be used both in a RWD or a 4WD.

Models

Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

Ford Ranger SuperCab

GMC Canyon Extended Cab

Toyota Tacoma Double Cab

MSRP

$28,280

$24,410

$23,790

$28,880

Engine

2.5L Inline 4

2.3L turbocharged Inline 4

2.5L Inline 4

2.7L Inline 4

Drivetrain

RWD

RWD

RWD

RWD

Transmission

6 Speed Automatic Transmission

Electronic Ten-Speed Automatic Transmission

6 Speed Automatic Transmission

6 Speed ECT-i automatic transmission

Horsepower

200 hp @ 6300 rpm

270 hp @ 5500 rpm

200 hp @ 6300 rpm

159 hp @ 5900 RPM

Torque

191 lb-ft @ 4400 rpm

310 ft-lbs. @ 3000 rpm

191 lb-ft @ 4400 rpm

180 lb ft @ 3800 RPM

As far as numbers are concerned, the Ford Ranger is a clear winner here. It makes some insane power, around 1.5 times more power and torque when compared to the Tacoma and nearly 50% more torque than the Colorado and Canyon. However, numbers don't mean everything. 

2020 Chevrolet Colorado 0-60?

The acceleration promised by the Colorado is smooth if not quick. With a time of 7.1 seconds to reach 60 mph from a standstill, the acceleration cannot be called impressive, but simply adequate. The whole process however is very linear, with the gear shifts feeling impressively smooth. Both the engine and the transmission feel in their comfort zone pushing the Colorado forward. 

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab 0-60 MPH In Just 7.1 sec

Models

Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

Ford Ranger SuperCab

GMC Canyon Extended Cab

Toyota Tacoma Double Cab

0-60 MPH (Seconds)

7.1

6.8

6.9

6.8

Quarter mile (Seconds)

15.6

15.2

16.2

15.2

Top Speed (mph)

N/A

109

N/A

115

Engine

2.5L Inline 4

2.3L turbocharged Inline 4

2.5L Inline 4

2.7L Inline 4

Emission

(Tons/yr. of CO2 Emissions @ 15K mi/year)

8.8

7.8

9.3

8.5

As said above, the Colorado doesn't seem like it is struggling, but needs to do better to make its mark in this class. It places dead last when compared to its competitors, even the Canyon, which beat its time by a couple of hundred milliseconds. The Ranger and the Tacoma are the podium holders here. 

How does the Chevrolet Colorado handle?

Among its competition, the Colorado provides the closest feel to a car-like driving experience, and that's good. However, it's still a truck, and that can be felt from time to time. The steering is well weighted and offers precise control. IT fails to provide any feedback to the driver however, which is a problem seen common among Chevrolet trucks. Its firm suspension handle body roll beautifully, and when unladen, the Colorado is a breeze to handle in the corners.

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Front View

2020 Chevrolet Colorado 60-0?

Predictable is good when it comes to braking. The brakes on the Colorado are easy to modulate in day-to-day traffic. In harder stops the pedals tend to feel a little vague, but considering their good performance and stability, it can be given a hard pass. Going 60 mph, the brakes were able to stop this 4000 pounds truck at around 124 feet with minimal nosedive, which is excellent. 

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Has Front Brake is 12.2 in.

Model

Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

Ford Ranger SuperCab

GMC Canyon Extended Cab

Toyota Tacoma Double Cab

Brake Front (in.)

12.2

12.2

12.2

10.8

Brake Rear (in.)

12.8

12.1

12.75

10

Curb Weight (lbs.)

4025

4145

4026

4180

60-0 MPH (ft.)

124

138

122

124

Colorado’s sister truck, the Canyon, was the only one able to perform better than it in the braking test. While the Tacoma performed admirably too, tying with the Colorado, the Ranger was left behind, or should we say went on ahead?

How much can the Colorado tow?

Chevrolet boasts the towing capacity on the Colorado. However, equipped with its standard gasoline engine, it manages an average result, with 7000 pounds as its maximum towing capacity and 1444 pounds of payload capacity. To get the most towing capacity out of the Colorado, the optional diesel engine is the way to go.

Models

Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

Ford Ranger SuperCab

GMC Canyon Extended Cab

Toyota Tacoma Double Cab

Towing Capacity (lbs)

7000

7500

7700

6700

Payload Capacity (lbs)

1444

1860

1444

1420

The Canyon takes the cake here, at least as far as towing capacity is concerned. The Ranger manages the best in class payload capacity. 

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Fuel Economy

4.0/10

The Colorado has both good fuel economy and a generous fuel tank, giving it a very decent range. Managing 20 miles per gallon in the city and 26 miles per gallon on the highway, it gets a combined average of 22 miles per gallon, which paired with a 21 gallon fuel tank makes a very user friendly combination. 

Model

Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

Ford Ranger SuperCab

GMC Canyon Extended Cab

Toyota Tacoma Double Cab

MPG (city)

20

20

20

18

MPG (highway)

26

24

26

22

MPG (combined)

22

22

22

20

Fuel Tank Capacity (Gal)

21

18

21

21.1

Range (City/Highway/Combined) (Miles)

420/546/462

360/432/396

420/546/462

379.8/464.2/422

Here, the Ford Ranger can drink any truck under the table. Obviously, thats a bad thing. It manages the worst fuel economy in the class. Both the Colorado and the Canyon share the same numbers and are tied for the top spot in this class. 

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Interior

8.5/10

The insides of the Colorado are very attractive. From the materials used to the features provided, everything makes sure the occupants get an engaging experience with the Colorado. 

Starting from the driving position. Since this is a pickup truck, the driver sits tall with a good view of the road up ahead. Looking down the hood is a little bit problematic however. Otherwise, the view both out the front and back is decent. The steering wheel tilts and telescopes, helping any driver find a commanding position. Seats in the front row are heated and provide 4 way power adjustment for the passenger while the driver gets 6 way. 

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Front and Rear seats

The rear row has adequate seating space for an extended cab, with the seats having a decent amount of storage space under them. 

Model

Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

Ford Ranger SuperCab

GMC Canyon Extended Cab

Toyota Tacoma Double Cab

Passenger capacity

4

4

4

5

Front (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

41.4/57.5/45

41/56.6/43.1

41.4/57.5/45

39.7/58.3/42.9

Second (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

36.7/57.3/28.6

35.9/55.2/30.4

36.7/57.3/28.6

38.8/58.9/32.6

All trucks except the Tacoma seats 4 passengers while the Tacoma seats 5. Seating space in the front row of both the Colorado and the Canyon are identical and among the best in the class, taking the podium, with the Ranger a close second. The Second row however is another story, with the Tacoma in the lead. 

What are the infotainment features of the Colorado?

The infotainment system in the Colorado is impressive. Armed with Chevrolet’s Infotainment 3 Plus system, the Colorado manages to provide a ton of intuitive features which further elevates the experience of this impressive truck. It houses a 8 inch HD touchscreen which is well responsive to the user touch inputs. Its bluetooth game is strong, allowing 2 devices to connect at the same time. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are both standard with voice control integration. Finally, its 6 speaker audio system provides clear highs and bassy lows.

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Has 8 inch HD Touchscreen

How much cargo space does the Colorado have?

While the front row of the Colorado has a good amount of the storage options, the rear row is a little problematic. Putting large items back there will be met with quite many difficulties. The cargo bed on the other hand is very easy to access. The body of the Colorado integrantes a cargo step which makes it easy to climb into the cargo bed itself. The bed is spacious enough to accommodate a good amount of cargo. Chevrolet offers a decent amount of accessories to fit your bed, ranging from bike carriers to utility racks.

Model

Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

Ford Ranger SuperCab

GMC Canyon Extended Cab

Toyota Tacoma Double Cab

Cargo Volume (ft.3)

N/A

51.8

N/A

N/A

The cargo volume of the Ranger is known to us, but none other. 

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Interior
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Interior
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Interior
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Interior
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Interior
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Interior
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Interior
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Interior
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Interior
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Interior
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Interior
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Interior

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Exterior

7.0/10

The exterior of the Colorado looks very refined. See it standing in the dirt and it looks rugged enough to conquer any terrain, but see it under city lights at night and it almost looks polished and gentlemen-like. In any case, the Colorado gets heads turning. The projector headlights and fog lights up front not only look good, but provide good visibility. Depending on the trims, you get either black, body coloured or chrome bumpers. The rear bumper has a step put there to make climbing into the cargo bed easier. Completing the look are the 17” metallic cast aluminum wheels in all terrain tires. 

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Three Quarter View

Model

Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

Ford Ranger SuperCab

GMC Canyon Extended Cab

Toyota Tacoma Double Cab

Curb weight (lbs.)

4025

4145

4026

4180

Length(in)

212.7

210.8

212.4

212.3

Width(in)

74.3

77.8

74.3

75.2

Height(in)

70.4

70.7

70.4

70.6

Ground clearance (in)

8.4

8.4

8.4

9.4

Wheelbase (in)

128.3

126.8

128.3

127.4

The Colorado is the lightest in the class, which helps both its braking and cornering ability. Although, its low hanging airdam compromises its ground clearance and in turn its off-roading capability. The Tacoma has the best ground clearance there. 

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Exterior Image
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Exterior Image
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Exterior Image
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Exterior Image
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Exterior Image
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Exterior Image
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Exterior Image
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Exterior Image
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Exterior Image
2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Exterior Image
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2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Exterior Image
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2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Exterior Image

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Safety

2.0/10

Both manufacturers and customers alike make safety a priority these days. With more and more safety features being crammed into vehicles of all types, people are able to experience top notch safety for a fraction of the cost than what it used to be. While features like airbags and backup cameras are common, the Colorado has many other features too which make it very safe for both the people inside the cabin and those outside. Such features are:

  • Electronic Traction control
  • Forward collision warning
  • Lane departure warning
  • Rear parking assist
  • Teen driver
  • Tire fill alert
  • StabiliTrak

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Competition

8.0/10

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab vs 2020 Ford Ranger SuperCab

Ford has brought the Ranger back into the game very recently after a couple of years. Immediately, It has proven itself to be a worthy competitor. Compared to the Colorado, it makes more power, is quicker, tows more and is cheaper. Despite all that, the Colorado maintains better sales than the Ranger, as it has been proving its reliability for years, and also manages better fuel economy. 

2020 Ford Ranger SuperCab

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab vs 2020 GMC Canyon Extended Cab

With both Colorado and the Canyon being sister trucks, it is surprising the latter manages to do so much more. The Canyon really impressed us here. It's a pity it doesn't manage to get the same number of sales as its sister.

2020 GMC Canyon Extended Cab

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab vs 2020 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab

The Tacoma is the king of the hill. It might make less power, but manages to be just as quick, if not quicker than its competition. It manages to tow less than the competition, manages less fuel economy and has less interior space, but still holds its crown because of the excellent reliability which Toyota is known for. 

2020 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab

 

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab Final Verdict

8.5/10

Colorado is a mid-size truck with the capabilities of the full-size truck. If equipped right, it carries the determination to school its competition. Colorado currently holds the sport of the second-best sold truck among its competition but has what it takes to jump to the spot of number one. However, it needs to look both ways, as there are other gunning for the same spot, and are getting close. 

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Michael A. Roman

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

LT 4dr Ext Cab 6.1 ft. LB (2.5L 4cyl 6A)

8

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

More powerful engine at less price point.

Pros - Powerful engine, 4WD options, and updated electronic gizmos.

Cons - Back seat couldn't be folded.

Overall Review

8 /10 Overall Rating

I bought the 4WD option. I drive very smoothly and I am comfortable driving with it. I almost feel like I’m driving my friend's new top end silverado pickup.

9/10
Features
8/10
Interior
7/10
Design
9/10
Safety
10/10
Reliability
9/10
Deal Value
10/10
Dealer Review

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Michael G. Tabares

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

4dr Ext Cab 6.1 ft. LB (2.5L 4cyl 6A)

8

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Truck that comes handy for work as well as hauling

Pros - Bed size, smooth driving quality, snorkel air intake

Cons - Cold morning starting issues, no blinkers on side mirrors, no fog lights

Overall Review

8 /10 Overall Rating

Chevy always been on the top of the list of my preferred brands. When it came to get a truck, it was Chevy Silverado 1500 which seemed to make more sense until I came across Colorado. Not so pricey and yet serves the purpose fine. Drives like my other car in terms of smoothness and driving dynamics. Now the only issue I've been facing is the cold morning start. Taking time to crank up in morning which should have corrected by Chevy. Especially when so many people are talking about the issue.

8/10
Features
8/10
Interior
8/10
Design
8/10
Safety
8/10
Reliability
8/10
Deal Value
10/10
Dealer Review

DF

David K. Fulk

2020 Chevrolet Colorado Extended Cab

LT 4dr Ext Cab 6.1 ft. LB (2.5L 4cyl 6A)

5

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Inclined towards comfort and looks rather than driving

Pros - Alloys with red accent, center screen, Tire fill alert

Cons - Firm handling, mpg, towing

Overall Review

5 /10 Overall Rating

Not a bad truck but surely nothing above average as well. Seems like Chevy has focussed on comfort and convenience and forgot this is a truck, not a luxury sedan. I don't know if anyone is even asking for sissy interiors and fancy features over drive quality. These things might make sense anywhere else but not when you're driving a truck. Talking about the handling, firm as a ranch, the fuel efficiency costs an arm and a leg, and most importantly in towing hassle. It just sits there when trying to move with a small trailer or anything and asks to floor the pedal to be able to lurch forward. Every drive with a trailer has always felt like a mistake. Always I repeat

5/10
Features
5/10
Interior
5/10
Design
7/10
Safety
5/10
Reliability
5/10
Deal Value
9/10
Dealer Review

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Top User Reviews

8

User Overall Rating

More powerful engine at less price point.

I bought the 4WD option. I drive very smoothly and I am comfortable driving with it. I almost feel like I’m driving my friend's new top end silverado pickup.

by Michael A. Roman

8

User Overall Rating

Truck that comes handy for work as well as hauling

Chevy always been on the top of the list of my preferred brands. When it came to get a truck, it was Chevy Silverado 1500 which seemed to make more sense until I came across Colorado. Not so pricey and yet serves the purpose fine. Drives like my other car in terms of smoothness and driving dynamics. Now the only issue I've been facing is the cold morning start. Taking time to crank up in morning w...

by Michael G. Tabares

5

User Overall Rating

Inclined towards comfort and looks rather than driving

Not a bad truck but surely nothing above average as well. Seems like Chevy has focussed on comfort and convenience and forgot this is a truck, not a luxury sedan. I don't know if anyone is even asking for sissy interiors and fancy features over drive quality. These things might make sense anywhere else but not when you're driving a truck. Talking about the handling, firm as a ranch, the fuel effic...

by David K. Fulk

3

User Overall Rating

Issues and issues

Drives safe and that's about it. Safety is the only thing that stayed over the period where everything faded away with every 500miles. Starting with the handling which is hard as if not used for years. Softens up beyond 50mph which makes no sense as one can't always have 50+ on the speedo. This makes it hard to drive in the city and the dealership says this is how it has been designed. Gas mileage...

by Peter C. Bates

9

User Overall Rating

An avid car driver new to trucks.

I've been driving cars all my life but didn't have any hands on experience with a proper truck. Got one in Feb and a few things got pretty clear since then. First off, it's no brainer to driver a truck and requires double efforts and attention than driving a regular small car. Rear visibility also happens to be limited due to bed and dinky rear windshield. Having said that, I don't hold Colorado r...

by Donald M. McGuire

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