GM Prices Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon Mid-Size Trucks

2015 Chevrolet Colorado 1 photo
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As General Motors finally prepares to kick off sales of its all-new mid-size pickup truck duo this fall, pricing for the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and 2015 GMC Canyon have just been announced. Truck buyers will be able to get into a Chevrolet Colorado for as little as $20,995, while the GMC Canyon will start a bit higher at $21,880.
This pricing fits in with the current strategy where GMC products are priced slightly higher than their Chevrolet counterparts, but both base MSRPs are for the extended-cab, two-wheel-drive models equipped with the four-cylinder engine and six-speed manual transmission. Standard features for the Colorado include rear-view camera, power windows and a locking tailgate, while the Canyon comes with a four-way power driver’s seat, integrated bumper steps and 16-inch aluminum wheels. Buyers also have choices of two engines, two cab styles and two bed lengths.

On the Chevrolet, stepping up to the Colorado LT crew cab 2WD with the short (five-foot) box increases the price to $27,985, and the decked-out Colorado Z71 crew cab 4WD (shown above) starts at $34,990. Looking at the GMC, the Canyon SLE 2WD extended cab starts at $27,520, which adds soft-touch cabin materials, IntelliLink with an eight-inch touch-screen display, EZ-lift tailgate and OnStar with the 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot including a three-month or three-gigabyte trial period. The Canyon SLT 4WD crew cab short box will go for $37,875, and it adds equipment such as leather seats, 3.6-liter V-6 and an automatic locking rear differential.

The new Colorado and Canyon are priced about $5,000 less than the Silverado and Sierra, respectively, and the Canyon adds GMC’s Pro Grade Protection with two years (or 24,000 miles) of free scheduled maintenance. For comparison, the current Nissan Frontier is priced at $20,510 and the class-leading Toyota Tacoma starts at $18,125, but the GM trucks are far more advanced than these trucks and should be more efficient, too. GM is waiting until closer to the on-sale date to announce official fuel economy estimates, though, as well as detailed pricing such as options and packages.
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