2017 Chevy Colorado ZR2
Enjoy the non-conventional side of driving? Not just your daily commute or the hunk of metal you’re required to throw money into every week to provide a convenient way of transportation for yourself and potentially for your family, but as the hunk of metal that benefits you and your wild and creative experiences. We’re talking about off-roading, traveling, towing, exploring, and doing it all in a hunk of metal that looks as aggressive as it makes you feel.
We aren’t talking about the aggressive that makes you cut off the smaller cars going below 65mph in the left highway lane or assume you have the right away at every intersections, but the kind that makes you feel like no amount of rocks or gravel could prevent you from entering an area. The 2017 Chevy Colorado ZR2 can do it all, and it doesn’t hesitate with doing so. It’ll give you the confidence you need on the road and reach distances off the road in a safe style.
Cars.usnews.com gave the Chevy Colorado ZR2 an overall 8.8 rating, coming from it’s overall stability and tough design. The 17 inch wheels with a 31 inch overall diameter roll through any path, with the ability to carry the 369 lb/ft in torque up to a 181 l2
evel horsepower. The ZR2 can tow up to 5,000 lbs, seats anywhere from 2-5 people, and was rated on of the top trucks for off-roading. In the video below you can see what the Colorado ZR2 is capable of and if it matches up to a kind of truck you’re looking for.
It’s no surprise Chevy went with a continuation of the Chevy Colorado model- the car has already won several awards such as the 2015 and 2016 Motor Truck Truck of the Year and the 5-Year Cost-to-Own award on Kelley’s Blue Book. They took what they had and made it even better. The 2017 Colorado ZR2 has a 3.6L V6 engine with an eight-speed transmission, providing confidence for the driver from under the hood.
For lack of a better term, this is overall one BA vehicle. The Chevy Colorado even made it’s debut at the Best in the Desert General Motors race from Vegas to Reno. Over the course of a few days, 550 miles are traveled to complete the race.
The Colorado ZR2 seems just about right for any environment. Whether it’s towing large equipment on the job, taking the family on a hiking trip through a canyon, competing head to head against other cars through a desert, or even just feeling good while you’re driving it. Chevy is giving it all and you can find out more at your local Ray Chevrolet dealer- stop by today!