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Fuel life’s adventures in the 2020 Chevy Colorado, the midsize truck designed for comfort and built for utility. But with five trim options, each with unique features, it can be difficult to choose which Colorado is best for your lifestyle. That’s why the team at Mike Anderson Chevrolet of Merrillville has created this trims comparison page. For more information on the Colorado models available at our Merrillville, IN, dealership, visit our inventory. If you have any questions, please give one of our product specialists a call at (219) 576-6173 or contact us online.
Take on your day with confidence in the versatile Colorado WT. This trim’s features include the features of the Base trim, plus:
Take a step up in comfort and style with the LT. It offers the features and engine options of the WT, plus:
Go off-road in confidence in the Z71. It has the features of the 2020 Colorado LT, plus:
You’ve reached the top of the 2020 Colorado trim lineup in the ZR2, and you can tell by the features. The ZR2 offers Z71 features, plus:
The 2020 Colorado makes a powerful ride even more enjoyable with comfortable appointments and convenient features. Whether you are looking for entertainment, connectivity, or storage, the Colorado has something to offer. We’ve collected some standout features for you here.
Speed up your work with the rugged 2020 Chevy Colorado. You’ve got three engine options under the hood, each with benefits you will want to experience. To make your research a little easier, we’ve collected the key 2020 Colorado performance information into the handy chart below. Take a look and see if the Colorado has the performance capabilities you need.
|Engine||2.5L I4||3.6L V6||Duramax® 2.8L turbo-diesel I4|
|Max. Towing||3,500 lbs.
||3,500 lbs. (7,000 lbs. with trailering pkg.)
At Mike Anderson Chevrolet of Merrillville, we get that it can be a pain to sift through piles of information to compare different trims. That’s why we did it for you and collected the results here for you.
The Z71 trim is built for off-road capability. You can see it in features like the off-road suspension, rear locking differential, and tow hooks. The LT, meanwhile, is still ruggedly powerful with the same engine options, but it fits better on the road where features like the upgraded infotainment system and cruise control really shine.
The WT is a practical trim, offering versatile seating and storage features like under-seat storage and an available folding rear bench. It also offers you two gas engine options to give you a say in how your Colorado performs. The LT takes that, and adds a few more creature comforts to the mix, along with aesthetically-pleasing features like body-color rear bumper, mirror cap, and door handles to make sure you stand out at work or on the road.
If you’re looking for a tough off road-ready truck, both the Z71 and ZR2 are good options for you. But if you want added packages and features, the ZR2 has a few more to offer. You can power forward with an automatic locking rear differential in the Z71, and driver selected full-locking front and rear differentials in the ZR2. Another off-roading feature that stands out in the ZR2 is the Multimatic DSSV™ damping system in the shocks, which keeps you riding smooth and in control. The ZR2 trim is only available in 4WD configuration, whereas the Z71 has a 2WD option. The Z71 also offers a long box option with the crew cab configuration, while the ZR2 only has a short box option with the crew cab.