Heavy-duty Chevy Colorado 2004-2012 Bumper Kits

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Aftermarket Chevy Colorado 2004-2012 Bumper Kits

The Chevrolet Colorado is a mid-size pickup truck that became available in 2004 and continued through 2012. It has been praised by reviewers as an efficient, affordable option for those who need the versatility of a truck but don't want to sacrifice power or capability. The Chevrolet Colorado was the first mid-size truck created by General Motors since their last offering, the S-10, ended its production run in 2004.

The 2004 model year of the Chevrolet Colorado was a rear-wheel drive option with three different trims – Base, LS, and LT. Two engine options were offered- the base 2.8L L4 Inline-4 engine, which produced 175 horsepower and 185 pound-feet of torque, and the optional 3.5L L5 Vortec Inline-4 engine, which gave shoppers the choice of 185 horsepower and 205 pound-feet of torque. Drivers could choose between either a five-speed manual transmission or a four-speed automatic.

The 2005 model year saw the introduction of an all-new four-wheel-drive system, allowing the Chevrolet Colorado to handle tougher terrain. The standard engine remained the same, however a new larger 3.7L L5 Vortec Inline-4 engine replaced the 3.5L option with 242 horsepower and 242 pound-feet of torque. The manual transmission remained at five speeds, but the automatic was upgraded to a four-speed automatic with overdrive.

The 2006-2008 model years saw some minor changes, such as additional exterior colors and an optional sunroof, but it wasn't until the 2009 model year that Chevrolet made significant changes to the Colorado lineup. Two new engines were offered – a 2.9L LMW Inline-4 engine and a 3.7L LY5 Vortec Inline-4 engine. The former featured 185 horsepower and 190 pound-feet of torque while the latter produced 242 horsepower and 242 pound-feet of torque.

The 2011 model year came with a few changes, such as an updated suspension system and newly designed exterior panels. The rear-wheel-drive variants only came with the 2.9L LMW Inline-4 engine, while the four-wheel-drive versions featured the same 2.9L engine, as well as the 3.7L LY5 Vortec Inline-4 engine. The 2012 model year saw minor alterations, such as revised interior trim, power locks and windows, Bluetooth integration, and Hill Start Assist.

The Chevrolet Colorado has been praised for its practical capabilities, roomy cab, and efficient powertrains. It has earned the title of one of the best mid-size pickup trucks available in the market, even though its production run ended in 2012. Its affordability, performance, and versatility make it a great option for those who need the strength and capability of a truck, without sacrificing economy or power.

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