The 2023 Chevrolet Colorado’s preliminary pricing is available, and it is slightly more expensive than the previous model. The threshold has increased to over $30,000, or $30,695. The final cost jumps to $32,190 when the mandatory $1,495 destination fee is included.
To be fair to Chevrolet, you get more truck for 2023, so that represents an increase of $4,560 over the base Colorado for 2022. Regardless of trim, all Colorados are now crew cabs with a short box at the back. Additionally, there is a 2.7-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine with three power levels. Starting out with 237 horsepower and 259 pound-feet of torque, the base WT can only drive the rear wheels. When comparing apples to apples, a 2022 model with comparable specifications would cost just over $30,000, indicating an increase of about $2,100 from the previous year.
A representative for Chevrolet confirmed that the 2023 Colorado starting price with destination charges had been made available to dealerships. Other Colorado trim prices haven’t been made public yet. According to unnamed sources cited by GM Authority, the 2023 Colorado LT starts at $33,095 in 2WD configuration and $36,395 in 4WD configuration. The Z71 increases to $41,395 from $38,495 for the Trail Boss. The Colorado ZR2 starts at $48,295 and tops out at $57,590 for the ZR2 Desert Boss. These are introductory costs; destination
For 2023, Chevrolet made significant changes to its midsize truck lineup by eliminating various cab and bed configurations in favour of a universal truck. The 3.6-liter V6 and 2.8-liter Duramax turbodiesel were also removed from Chevy’s list of available engines, according to Nick Katcherian, chief engineer of the Chevrolet Colorado. In base trim, the turbocharged 2.7-liter engine has a little bit more power than the outgoing 2.5-liter engine. The same engine can produce 310 horsepower and 430 pound-feet of torque at its highest setting, outperforming the V6 and diesel in every way.