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What's the difference between chevrolet colorado and silverado

What's the difference between chevrolet colorado and silverado

The Chevrolet Colorado and Silverado might have a similar appearance, but they have different performance, towing abilities, and prices. Both tracks come in various trim levels. The 2022 Chevrolet Colorado and  2022 Silverado come in four and eight trim levels, respectively. While the Colorado model has a mid-size, the Silverado has a full size. This brief guide highlights the key differences between Chevrolet Colorado and Silverado.

 

Price

Price

 

The standard 2022 Silverado Model 1500 WT has a starting price of $44,848, while the standard 2022 Colorado model WT has $28,248. The price varies depending on the trim level one opts for. The most expensive Silverado trim level is the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 ZR2, with a starting price of $75,248. On the other hand, the most expensive Colorado trim level is the 2021 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 which starts at $46,848.

 

Engine Specification and Acceleration

Engine Specification and Acceleration

 

The Chevrolet Colorado has a robust engine, with the smaller trim level having a 2.5 Litre four-cylinder. On the other hand, the Silverado model has a 4.3 litre V6. If you opt for higher trim levels of the Colorado model, you get a 3.6-litre V6 engine. When it comes to horsepower, the standard Colorado model has 200 horsepower while the standard Silverado model has 285. The Silverado's alternative engine options include the 6.2-litre V8, 5.3- litre block, and turbocharged four-cylinder engines.

 

Fuel Economy

 

The Silverado model has a clear advantage in fuel economy, featuring 20 mpg(highway) and 15 mpg(city). With the diesel engine and ten-speed automatic truck transmission, you get 23 mpg** (city) and 33 mpg(highway). With Colorado, the diesel option is more economical; combined with the six-speed automatic truck transmission, you get 20 mpg (city) and 30 mpg (highway). Chevy Colorado’s V6 engine has a 17 mpg (city) and 24 mpg (highway) fuel economy.

 

Cargo Space

Cargo Space

 

Chevrolet Colorado features an extended cab with a long box (6-ft-2-inch) and a short box (5-ft-2-inch). With the Silverado, buyers get three cargo capacity options, which include; 8-ft-2-inch, 6-ft-7-inch, and 5-ft-10-inch.

 

Technology Features

Technology Features

 

The Chevrolet Colorado and Silverado have impressive features. They have various standard technology elements like the USB port and 7-inches infotainment system. With both vehicles, you get Bluetooth connectivity and wireless connection via Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. If you opt for the higher trim levels, you will find more impressive features like more USB ports, a premium stereo, wireless device charging, and 8 inches infotainment screens.

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