2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2: What You Need to Know

Chevrolet Colorado ZR2
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Exterior Designed for the Trail

The 2017 Chevrolet Colorado is visually bigger and bolder than the standard Colorado. Its suspension is lifted 2 inches and its track (basically, the distance between the outside edges of the tires) is 3.5 inches wider. The front bumper is exclusive to the ZR2, and it provides a better approach angle, allowing the truck to conquer rough terrain.

Below the front bumper is an integrated skid plate that prevents damage to the lower hanging components of the engine. Another shield protects the transfer case. The truck’s hood features a large black air intake.

Along the side of the ZR2 are tubular rails that protect the vehicle's lower panels in rocky terrain. The truck's spare tire can be relocated to an available bed-mounted rack, creating better ground clearance at the rear of the vehicle, preventing damage to the tire, and ensuring that you have access to the spare, even if the truck is bogged down in mud or sand.

An off-road sport bar and off-road lights are available. 

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