The 2019 Chevy Colorado truck can now be configured online, it shows all pricing information and a new “CHEVROLET” grille. The 2019 model starts at $20,500 before destination charges, but can be optioned to over $50,000. Here is how to configure the newest Colorado with many additional options to that M.S.R.P.
2019 Chevy Colorado
The Colorado pickup truck remains largely unchanged, but it picks up several new colors and options to make it stand out. The most noteworthy exterior feature is the optional lettered grille (as you see above) that adds $475 to the final price. That orange color is called Crush, and it costs $395 extra.
The 2019 truck remains the same as before mechanically. There are still three engine options: 2.5L gas four-cylinder with a 6-speed manual transmission; 3.6L gas V6 with an 8-speed automatic; and a 2.8L turbo-diesel with a 6-speed automatic transmission. The base power ratings remains the same as before. It’s still the only midsize truck on the U.S. market with a turbo-diesel engine.
You can still the get the truck in a crew cab configuration with a choice of short 5’2” and long 6’2” beds (as well as the extended cab with the long bed). The ZR2 off-road truck is still there as well.
The changes have to do with many additional options you can add. The Midnight edition is available on a V6-powered trucks at $2,995. There is a Power package that combines a high performance air intake and exhaust system for a little extra oomph at a cost of $1,850.
On the inside, GM’s latest Infotainment 3 Plus is available. The 8-inch touchscreen can be loaded with a Navigation system for an additional $495.
When all is said and done, the 2019 Chevy Colorado can be fully loaded to over $50,000 if you choose the 2.8L Duramax Diesel engine in a crew cab long bed 4×4 with nearly all the options (see below).
If you still need more, then you can go for the Colorado ZR2 diesel (short bed) with the Dusk edition and most other options to bring the M.S.R.P. to $52,770.
How would you configure a 2019 Chevy Colorado? Please let us know in the comments section below.
Here is a video comparison between the Chevy Colorado gas V6 and the GMC Canyon Duramax diesel towing on the Ike Gauntlet™ – world’s toughest towing test.