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Sign of the Diesel to Come - 2015 Chevrolet Colorado Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited September 2015 in Chevrolet
imageSign of the Diesel to Come - 2015 Chevrolet Colorado Long-Term Road Test

Diesel pickups may not be popular in the main, but given the vocal, passionate following of diesel enthusiasts, demand for a Duramax-powered Chevrolet Colorado might surpass GM's modest dales forecasts.

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  • nate001nate001 Posts: 102
    I hope that you is considering adding the diesel version to your long term fleet when it is available. Adding the GMC Canyon to your fleet to compare MPG and towing capabilities to the current gas powered Colorado (which will probably be sold soon) and Ram 1500 would be an interesting long term test.
  • I agree, when it is available you should add one to the fleet.
  • sdpadsfansdpadsfan San Diego, CAPosts: 14
    nate001 said:

    I hope that you is considering adding the diesel version to your long term fleet when it is available. Adding the GMC Canyon to your fleet to compare MPG and towing capabilities to the current gas powered Colorado (which will probably be sold soon) and Ram 1500 would be an interesting long term test.

    I love this idea. Also, I keep hearing that Nissan will be offering the next generation Frontier (2017?) with a diesel. I would love to see that one added to the mix when/if it becomes available.
  • I agree as well. It makes sense since it will be the only vehicle in the category with a diesel, an interesting contrast to the V6, and see whether GMC's nicer interior is of any significance on a day to day, long term basis. I'd like to see it with the regular suspension (but still 4x4) too. The vast majority of road tests and reviews of these new trucks are Z71's, there's not as much press out there for the standard setup.
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