2005 Chevrolet Colorado Crew Cab 2WD
There are 4 user reviews for the LS Z85 w/1SC trim shown below
- Spacious interior room, nice appearance, price
- Very wide turning radius, stiff seats
So far I have enjoyed driving this truck. I added the fender flares for a sporty look. This option is not expensive. My biggest complaint is the wider than expected turning radius. My wife has a 2005 Dodge Durango and its turning radius is smaller than the Colorado. Overall the Colorado is a decent mid-size truck. It is good on gas mileage and has a roomy interior....read morehide
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- Capable, Roomy interior, Power and economy, 6cd/mp3 player a nice addition
- Drab interior
fits my atv and tows my boat gets 3x the fuel economy of my 99 f150 Lariat styleside and the bed is nearly the same size. Thanks to the split bench my girlfriend can sit next to me too.
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- Excellent fuel economy, deceptively roomy inside.
- If it's a really windy day, you can feel it.
the cab is suprisingly roomy for a light truck. the only problem i have is that i am a big guy and i must have broken 3 or 4 lumbar knobs getting in and out. the bed is kind of small but having the crew cab is worth it.
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- Mine came with extras that can't be found in any comparable truck for the price I paid.
- Gear change at high engine revolution
To move around my dog and occasional light loads are my reasons why I bought this truck. It is more for the reason of function that a pick-up can offer that I bought this vehicle. Sure, there are powerful engines (translation : gas-hungry) out there for mid-size pick-up like this but my needs does not require that much power at this time. My Colorado came with the I5 engine in it and I am amazed by the consistency power of this truck even going uphill.
You might have different reason in shopping ang buying a vehicle of this category. But if you are shopping for functionality of a pick-up but not yet ready to go with the full-size version or the bite of a gas-hungry engine that comes with the comparable models in the market today, You will be happy with this truck....read morehide
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