The Chevy Colorado Compared To Its Competitors
Last year, the 2021 Chevy Colorado dominated its competitors, namely the Ford Ranger, Honda Ridgeline, and Toyota Tacoma. With new variants, three new looks, and the exciting XR2 model, the Chevy Colorado is extremely popular and has experienced increased sales in the United States, Canada, and South Korea, according to Chevrolet. With so much to offer, the Colorado beats out all of its segment competitors. Check out the 2021 Chevy Colorado at Ray Chevrolet Fox Lake now!
2021 Chevy Colorado
Offering a perfect combination of performance and capability, the Chevy Colorado is the best vehicle for active lifestyles. It’s available at Chevrolet dealers now! The base model offers a standard 2.5L direct-injected 4-cylinder engine with an impressive 200 horsepower and 191 lb.-ft. torque, which will power through anything the road throws at you, and there are several 2021 Chevy Colorado colors and trims to choose from.
Making stop-and-go traffic a breeze, the Chevy Colorado includes a 6-speed automatic transmission. It also features CornerStep rear bumper and locking tailgate, giving drivers the tools they need for every road trip. With all of these great features, the performance of the Chevy Colorado can’t be beat. Learn more about the 2021 Colorado at a Chevy Dealer Near Me!
Compared to the Ford Ranger
With the Ford Ranger, you have fewer options. It only offers a single engine and transmission combination. The Ranger has limited cab and bed options, and it offers a pretty stuff ride overall. On the other hand, giving you plenty of options is what the 2021 Chevy Colorado does best. The Colorado features multiple powertrains, including a diesel engine, as well as many customizable trims and cab/bed options. The Colorado also offers you a refreshed exterior, best-in-class towing, and an amazingly comfortable ride.
Compared to the Honda Ridgeline
With both the Chevrolet Colorado and the Honda Ridgeline, you’ll get available all-wheel drive (AWD), as well as an available V6 power engine. When it comes down to it, though, the Honda Ridgeline can’t wander off the road very far because it has limited off-road capability. It also only offers four-wheel drive (FWD) with towing capability of 3,500 lbs. or all-wheel drive (AWD) with 5,000 lbs. Compared with the Chevrolet Colorado, the Ridgeline comes up way short. Whereas towing is a weak spot for the Honda vehicle, the Colorado offers best-in-class towing. It also features multiple powertrains including a diesel engine, a refreshed interior, and lots of ways to customize so you get the perfect vehicle for you.
Compared to the Toyota Tacoma
The 2021 Chevrolet Colorado beats out the Toyota Tacoma when it comes to three major factors for customers: reliability and quality, performance and efficiency, and tow rating and trailering equipment. When it comes to reliability and quality, the Colorado accomplished a feat the Tacoma did not: it was awarded in the J.D. Power 2020 Initial Quality Study. It also comes with great warranty and roadside assistance coverage, including two more years of roadside assistance than the Tacoma. With three engine options, the Colorado has great fuel efficacy with 21 mpg city and 23 mpg highway, while the Tacoma only offers two engine options that offer a 20 mpg combined efficiency. When it comes to towing, the Colorado tops the Tacoma with a tow rating of 7,600 lbs. over the Toyota’s max of 6,700 lbs.
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Against its competitors, it’s clear the 2021 Chevrolet Colorado is the better choice. At your Fox Lake Chevrolet, we at Ray look forward to assisting you with all of your automotive needs. Visit us to learn more about the Colorado or schedule a test drive today!