Here is the detailed pricing guide for the updated 2021 Chevy Colorado and 2021 GMC Canyon pickup trucks. All data and details in this article are based on the prices available via the GMFamilyFirst.com website.
2021 Chevy Colorado
The current 2020 Colorado pickup truck has a current starting price of $21,300 before shipping and handling fees, according to Chevy.com. The updated 2021 Colorado that is expected to go on sale later this year has a starting price of $25,200 before shipping and handling fees. This is an increase of $3,900. This truck is still configured with the base 2.5-liter gas I4 engine and a 6-speed automatic transmission.
The new 2021 Colorado ZR2 extended cab off-road truck starts at $41,600. The current 2020 ZR2 starts at a nearly identical $41,400.
The 2.8-liter turbo-diesel I4 engine is still an option. It costs $3,500 over a comparable 3.6-liter V6. The special ZR2 Bison package that is built in conjunction with AEV is also listed as available The Bison package adds $5,750 to the price. A fully-optioned 2021 Colorado ZR2 Bison crew cab with the 2.8-liter Diesel has a retail price of $56,980. This is an expensive midsize truck, but you can configure a new Jeep Gladiator Rubicon or Mojave to over $61,000.
2021 GMC Canyon
The updated 2021 Canyon has a starting price of $26,400 before shipping and handling charges. The current 2020 GMC Canyon is listed at $22,200 at GMC.com. This is a $4,200 increase in base price.
The 2021 Canyon trim levels have been renamed to the following:
- Elevation Standard (extended cab only)
- AT4 Cloth
- AT4 Leather
However, the 2021 Canyon extended cab is NOT available in AT4 or Denali packages. The off-road AT4 and luxurious Denali trim are available only on the crew cab models.
The new crew cab AT4 cloth seats model starts at $38,200. If you configure a 2021 Canyon Denali crew cab 4×4 with the longer bed and most options, the final price comes to $53,040.