The Colorado is the American mid-size pickup truck. It comes in several trim levels allowing it to cater to fleet buyers, truck enthusiasts, and off-roaders. It may be the Silverado’s little brother, but it still has the capability and performance that you demand.
The Colorado offers several engine options including a turbo-diesel along with conventional gasoline-powered engines. The top ZR2 trim, with its off-road sensibilities, will keep on trucking long after the pavement ends.
Chevy Silverado 1500
The Chevy Silverado 1500 is the quintessential truck. With a steel construction, a variety of powerful engine options, a huge number of trim levels, and an impressive pedigree, this is the truck that you need to get the job done.
For those with work in mind, the base trim of the Silverado 1500 is aptly named the Work Truck. With streamlined features, a low price point, and loads of capability, this truck will make the perfect addition to any fleet or job site.
Chevy Silverado 2500HD
As the first truck in the Chevy heavy-duty lineup, the Silverado 2500HD is nothing short of impressive. It features both a gasoline and a diesel option, a variety of transmission options, and all the towing and payload capability you could ever need.
Heavy-duty trucks from Chevy can be outfitted straight from the factory for any task that you have in mind. Whether you are looking for a fifth-wheel hitch, a toolbox, tonneau cover, or something else entirely, a Silverado 2500HD can be outfitted to please.
Chevy Silverado 3500HD
There is none stronger than the Silverado 3500HD. Many people come to this truck not because it is more powerful than the 2500HD, as it generally shares the same engine options, but because with upgraded components, it is capable of a little more.
A sign of that capability is that this is the first truck in the Chevy lineup with a dual-rear wheel option. This doubles the traction of your rear axle making it more difficult to get stuck, even when you are bearing the heaviest of loads.
The Canyon is the smallest truck in the GMC truck lineup, and it’s related to the popular Chevy Colorado. As such, you can expect many of the same great features including an optional turbo diesel. The off-road trim of the Colorado is replaced by the luxurious Denali top trim.
This is a premium truck, and as such, many features that are typically only available on higher trims, come standard on the base level trim. The Canyon also features a more refined style than its Colorado brother with its slatted grille.
GMC Sierra 1500
The Sierra 1500 is bold, capable, and advanced. From its base trim all the way up through the Denali top trim, you can expect a refined interior with plenty of features and options. As the premium brother to the Silverado 1500, you can expect the same level of build quality too.
Under the hood, you have both V6 and V8 engine options to choose from. All of this gives you plenty of towing and payload capability, making even the tough jobs easy. Combine that with its steel construction and you have a winning formula.
GMC Sierra 2500HD
Looking for more power and more capability than the Sierra 1500? That’s where the Sierra 2500HD comes in. With beefier engine options including a turbo diesel, and a stronger frame, the Sierra 2500HD, much like the Silverado 2500HD, is ready to work.
Once again, at the top of the pack, you have the Denali trim. Not only is the Denali trim just as capable as the lower trims, it also has the best luxury and features that GMC has to offer. Now you can relax in comfort even while you’re getting the job done.
GMC Sierra 3500HD
With upgraded components, the Sierra 3500HD can do a little more than its little brother. This is the strongest truck in the GMC lineup. It has the same great engine options, and of course you can still get it in the very desirable Denali trim.
The biggest selling point of the 3500HD is the inclusion of a dual-rear wheel option. By doubling the amount of rubber you have in the back, you double your traction. Not only can this be essential for some trailers, but it can also help in the winter snow and ice.