The new 2019 Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison truck recently went on sale at the beginning of 2019, and Chevrolet says the 2,000 trucks allocated for the year are already sold out.
In practical terms it means that all of the trucks have been allocated to dealers, but not all of the trucks have reached customers. Chevrolet.com still lets you configure a ZR2 Bison and locate one at a nearby dealership.
2019 Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison
The Bison is a special off-road package that is built on the ZR2 platform. The truck is available as an extended cab or a crew cab with short bed. It’s available with a 3.6L gas V6 or a 2.8L turbo-diesel four-cylinder.
The Bison is built using American Expedition Vehicles (AEV) parts: five boron steel skid plates, unique front and rear bumpers (front bumper has a winch mounting location), and wide fender flares. There are also unique touches on the interior. Additional heavy steel components add plenty of protection and also about 200 lbs of weight.
The Bison package adds $5,750 to the price of a ZR2.
The ZR2 Bison has the same DSSV Multimatic spool-valve shocks, ground clearance, and 31-inch Goodyear Duratrac tires as a standard ZR2.
The report comes to us courtesy of GM Authority.