By Jim Travers
Since its model-year 2015 reintroduction, the mid-size Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck has been a hit: More than 400,000 have been sold and it has raked in more than $10.25 billion in revenue for parent company GM. It's safe to say the market was ready for another alternative to full-size pickups. Chevy upped the ante for 2017 by adding a ZR2 trim level with real off-road cred. The ZR2 spent two years of development time proving its mettle on a purpose-built course in the Arizona desert, on the Rubicon Trail in California, and in various other two-tracks, mud holes, funky spots and varied climates around the U.S. Its development team was made up of real off-road enthusiasts, including the lead engineer.
Here are a few other things you should know about the ZR2.:
Posted by Mark Williams | June 1, 2018, Pickup Trucks.com