The Chevrolet Colorado is a compact pickup that the company introduced for the 2004 model year. Like some other members of the fleet, the Chevy Colorado was originally designed jointly with other manufacturers. Consequently, it can also be found as the GMC Canyon and the Isuzu i-Series. Available in two-door regular cab, four-door extended cab and four-door crew cab body styles, the Chevrolet Colorado enjoyed a long first-generation run. The vehicle’s popularity makes it abundant, which is good news for those looking for cars for sale. During its first generation, the Chevy Colorado was available with a variety of standard engines, including 2.5 L and 3.0 L engines that produced 116 and 146 horsepower respectively. Second-generation engines run the gamut of the 2.4 L Flexpower 14 to the 3.6 L High Feature engine. Redesigned to compete with vehicles such as the Nissan Frontier and the Toyota Tacoma, the newest Colorados bear a resemblance to the Chevrolet Silverado. No matter which Chevy Colorado you are looking for, even if it is the Chevrolet Colorado 2005 model, using ABetter.bid offers you the chance to find pristine vehicles at a fraction of the normal cost. For those who simply need parts, even to outfit a GMC Canyon or Isuzu i-Series, salvage vehicles with the undamaged parts needed often are available. You can find other Chevrolet models, too, including the Chevrolet Cruze, Corvette, Cobalt and Camaro, for instance.
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