As you know, or you may not know, the Colorado and Chevrolet Colorado wheels were meant to replace the Chevrolet S-10 and GMC Sonoma compact pickups. The Colorado was introduced in 2004 & the Isuzu “i-Series” was introduced in 2005. Competitive much?
The Colorado with the OEM Chevrolet wheels offers both manual and automatic transmissions… but I don’t see how people would want an automatic transmission with a truck; that’s just me. It even comes in a rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive drivetrain with an either standard, extended, or four-door crew cab body style. Talk about options.
Most of the Colorado models come with the 2.8 L LK5 I4 engine as standard, but just like all trucks, there’s something that’s “better.” There’s a more powerful 3.5 LL52 Straight-5 that comes with the Z71 package that’s usually on 4-door versions. I mean, as long as the 2006 Chevrolet Colorado wheels look nice, you won’t hear me complain at all.
What do you say?