The Chevrolet Colorado is a go-to choice for anyone who wants versatile capability built for both work and play. The mid-size pickup boasts outstanding efficiency and can tow, off-road, and entertain with advanced tech. The new 2020 Chevy Colorado will offer similar performance specs to the 2019 model as the truck moves into the 2020 model year with the same impressive powertrain lineup.
But believe it or not, some things in the 2020 Chevy Colorado will be even better than the current 2019 model. Take, for instance, standard work features. The LT trim, which sits in the middle of the lineup, will now feature a standard EZ-lift tailgate, which was only offered as an option on this trim before. The Work Truck model gets new tailgate options too, as will now be available with a locking remote tailgate.
Infotainment will also be upgraded in the new 2020 Chevrolet Colorado. Each model will come with the new and improved Chevy Infotainment Plus system, allowing passengers to access intuitive apps, entertainment, and contacts on the go. All models will come with a convenient safety tool called Tire Fire Alert, which uses audible alerts to let drivers know when they have inflated tires to the proper pressure. This lets drivers fill the tires on their Chevy Colorado to the perfect pressure without needing a gauge.
Chevrolet recently announced that it would be adding the Premier Plus special edition versions of the Tahoe and Suburban to its full-size SUV lineup. The Chevy Premier Plus special edition models include state-of-the-art performance features and refined interior designs, wrapping you in comfort as you drive these incredible models.
According to Chevrolet, the new Premier Plus editions will come with an optional 6.2-liter Performance Package, which also features Magnetic Ride Control and a performance-calibrated Hydra-Matic® 10-speed automatic transmission. With Magnetic Ride Control, you’ll not only get better performance and power distribution, but you’ll also have a more comfortable ride.
“Our customers have shown strong demand for both Tahoe and Suburban with the 6.2L V8 option,” said Sandor Piszar, director of Chevrolet Trucks Marketing and Advertising. “Thirty-six percent of all Chevy full-size SUV special edition models are now sold with this engine. Premier Plus gives both Suburban and Tahoe customers another option to choose from with several added premium touches.”
The interior also creates an air of comfort, as both the Tahoe and Suburban come with heated and ventilated seats, leather trim, and a Jet Black trim surround. There’s also a premium two-tone interior and 22-inch alloy wheels. You can even opt for gold Chevy bowties and chrome nameplate badging as well.
The Tahoe and Suburban are already excellent cars, but with the Premier Plus Special Editions they become truly special. See for yourself at Country Chevrolet Buick GMC.