2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Review: Photo Gallery

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We know that with an off-road pickup truck, you need to see as many angles and details as possible. Of course, what you really need is to get behind the wheel. In lieu of that, here are a few images of the 2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 to get you closer to the action.

Cars.com photos by Matt Avery & the manfuacturer

 

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Comments

I don't care for GM but that looks like a winner.

Pretty cool shots of the "stink bug"...

WHAT IS THAT THING? IS IT A SUV OR A TRUCK, CAUSE THAT DOESN'T LOOK LIKE A REAL TRUCK. NOW IF YOU WANT A GOOD OFF ROAD TRUCK DON'T LOOK FURTHER, WE HAVE THE FORD RAPTOR . HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

That ZR2 is designed to crawl over a broken down Raptor on a trail.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=b0MOfv7K80I

What a cheesy interior and gauges. Very Cheap. Oh wait, this a GM Car.

That ZR2 is designed to crawl over a broken down Raptor on a trail.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=b0MOfv7K80I


Posted by: GMSRGREAT | May 18, 2017 4:07:41 PM

I didn't see a ZR2 in the Video, and silly, the ZR2 would be in much for trouble than the Raptor. You know nothing about off-road.

When I could've bought a newer f150 and drove to work for 6 months, I walked to work and bought BIG THUMP my 1976 K-10 BLAZER 4X4. Sentiment is the same...before I would take a free raptor, I'd buy a ZR2. It speaks volumes for the new Terror of the Trails:ZR2. For the raptor (bigger, v-8, cost more, same ho-hum styling and look) to be what you find to compare it to!!!! Just like before the ZR2 BLAZER AND PICKUP opened a up can on the ranger and the f150......the NEW ZR2'S: CHEVY 4X4 LOVERS PET💕!!! raptor owners regret😢😥😭. P.S.- The walking story is TRUE!!!!

You know nothing about off-road.

Posted by: Frank | May 18, 2017 5:35:43 PM

You know nothing.


I didn't see a ZR2 in the Video, and silly, the ZR2 would be in much for trouble than the Raptor. You know nothing about off-road.

Posted by: Frank | May 18, 2017 5:35:43 PM

ZR2 wasn't made yet, but anyone with common sense would know a ZR1 would of walked that basic over watered shopping mall mud puddle with ease. Why? Cause everyone knows real off road trucks come with front and rear lockers, which = traction. Not that garbage street pounder made front torsen differential that Ford Craptor comes with.

That ZR2 is designed to crawl over a broken down Raptor on a trail.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=b0MOfv7K80I


Posted by: GMSRGREAT | May 18, 2017 4:07:41 PM

Love the video but this is why you get a power wagon with a solid axle not weak half shafts. Like the Raptor & Zr2.

My wife's Subaru Crosstrek can do everything in these pictures and for less!

So can my 2016 Tacoma SR 4x4 that has larger tires and more ground clearance than this thing, at only $26,000 delivered from the factory with just 10 miles on her. It now has 22,000 miles and running strong!

@oxi, You sure know a lot about the capabilities of truck you have never driven. Maybe you should put the keyboard down and go drive one before you claim how much better your Toyota is.

Not a bad car that can do little off-roading, but wont be doing anything for the market, another fail

@Nitro, for once I agree with part of something you posted! If GM sold this truck for 30k it still wouldn't make a difference in the midsize truck segment.



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