What Features Come Standard on the Chevrolet Colorado?

If you’re excited about the new Chevrolet Colorado, you’re not alone. This hearty little truck is turning heads. With three options of engine size, including the Duramax 2.8-liter turbodiesel, along with various trim levels, you’re sure to find the perfect combination of options and features.

So, what equipment comes standard on the 2020 Chevy Colorado? We thought it might be a brilliant idea to highlight the roster of standards, so you know what to expect when building out your ideal Colorado.

Available options

Before we dive into the standard equipment, it’s important to note just how many configuration options the 2020 Chevy Colorado is bringing to the table. Choose from three engines, including a 2.5-liter gas, a 3.6-liter gas, or the 2.8-liter turbodiesel. You also have your choice of rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. Shift with ultimate smoothness with either the six-speed automatic or eight-speed automatic transmissions. Accommodate your need for passengers with regular, extended, and crew cab options, as well.

Standard safety equipment

You may not be sure which model of Colorado is best for you just yet, but you won’t have to worry about basic safety standards. Every pickup will come standard with six airbags, a rearview camera, and the Teen Driver system. You’ll also have stability and traction control, along with safety essentials like tire pressure monitoring and child seat anchors.

Standard tech & infotainment

The Chevrolet Infotainment 3 system, which includes a 7-inch, easy to reach touch screen, is a standard feature of the 2020 Colorado. Each model also comes equipped with Bluetooth connectivity, at least two USB ports, and a six-speaker audio system. You can also expect to have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto technology, as well. Knowing this is the standard for all Colorado configurations, only makes it more enticing to add in the extra packages.

Choosing the trim level for your standard needs

The 2020 Chevy Colorado comes in five available trim levels. A roster of standard equipment accompanies each level. Determine how you plan to use or work your truck, to then select the combination of trim levels and packages that meet your performance needs.

Base Colorado – The standard base models start at $21,300 and come with the previously mentioned standard equipment.

WT (Work Truck) – Add dual rear seats and under-seat storage to the base model, and you now have the Colorado WT. Pricing starts around $24,800 and offers an available V6 engine upgrade.

LT – The Colorado LT starts at $27,700 and comes with a few upgrades. Enjoy the EZ Lift-and-Lower tailgate, an 8-inch touch screen, as well as additional USB ports. LT also comes with satellite radio, HD Radio, and a Wi-Fi hotspot.

Z71 – The Z71 comes standard with the 308-horsepower V6 and four-wheel drive. Occasional off-roaders will also enjoy the heavy-duty suspension, and hill descent controls too. Tech gets a boost as well as the Z71 is equipped with remote start, heated steering wheel, and rear parking sensors. The starting price for this trim is around $33,900.

ZR2 – This trim level introduces a few extras to maximize your off-pavement experience. Enjoy driver select, full-locking front, and rear differentials. You’ll have leather-appointed seats, trailer assistance features, and an off-road appearance package. The pricing at this level starts around $41,400.

As if all these options weren’t enough, Chevy also offers a full menu of additional packages to help you design the Colorado of your dreams. You can choose the right balance of performance, capability, and style. Whether you opt for the LT or the ZR2 Bison Edition, you’re almost guaranteed to build as much or as little of a truck as you want. Hopefully, laying out the standard equipment can help you get started.