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The years available stretch from 2004 through to 2022 and by clicking a link you can view the different battery types for each trim.
Sat in the top 3 cars sold in the USA in recent years, the Chevrolet Colorado is a common sight on North American roads.
Chevrolet did, however, manage to sell over half a million of these pickup trucks that year with the 1500 trim being the most popular, especially with domestic buyers.
In America, pickup trucks sell as well (if not better) than normal cars as even non-commercial buyers seek out these vehicles as an all-around workhorse.
The first Silverado's hit the roads in 2004 just before the fuel prices exploded and the financial crisis hurt car buyers' pockets.
Sales in the first year were amazing and even though the market shrank considerably for cars like this the company kept the line alive.
Once the dust settled and the demand returned Chevrolet was rewarded with sales returning to previous highs and more.
Currently, the pickup truck is in its second-generation and offers a range of gasoline and diesel engines mated to a manual or automatic transmission.
Five levels of trim help the truck appeal to a range of audiences from the humble DX which includes many features as standard such as Bluetooth connectivity and steering-wheel controls.
Premium buyers can opt for the Z71 top-level trim featuring tougher off-road gear and 18" wheels as well as the features included in the 4 trims below it.