Chevy Colorado’s GearOn Edition Extends Truck’s Versatility
Only one month after being named as 2015 Motor Trend Truck of the Year, the Chevrolet Colorado is already being outfitted to keep buyers interested. Chevrolet has just introduced the 2015 Colorado GearOn™ Special Edition, which blends the capability of the all-new midsize pickup truck with the versatility of the GearOn accessory system – and additional popular features.
On sale this spring with a starting price of $31,250, the package is offered on LT models in extended or crew cab configurations, with the long or short cargo bed and available 4WD.
“Chevrolet Colorado answers the call for customers who have passions of all types and the GearOn accessory system enables them to bring more adventure wherever they go,” said Tony Johnson, Colorado marketing manager. “And with Colorado offering segment-leading efficiency and capabilities, it’s a combination that maximizes adventure without compromise.”
The GearOn accessory system is designed for easy configuration with a multitude of mounting accessories for everything from bikes, kayaks, skis and stand-up paddle boards to a bed-mounted tent. Many of the GearOn accessories allow the bikes, boards and other “tools” of adventure to be mounted on upper rails, leaving room in the bed below for complementing gear.
The Colorado GearOn Special Edition includes the GearOn bars package, divider package and cargo tie-down rings. Additional GearOn accessories can be purchased separately and the customer can have them installed at the time of delivery (installation charges may be extra). The cost of the accessories can be included in monthly vehicle payments, when they’re chosen before taking delivery.
Additional content on the Colorado GearOn Special Edition includes:
- EZ Lift and Lower tailgate
- Off-road assist steps
- Gloss black 18-inch aluminum wheels
- Body-color grille
- Front and rear black Chevy bowtie emblems
- Front fog lamps
- Rear window defogger
- Remote start.
GearOnTM Accessories are available for installation on the entire Colorado portfolio.