2015 Colorado vs GMC Canyon

December 14th, 2015 by

Do you think it’s about time to invest in a new truck? Many may be looking at the 2015 Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon as two good options. Each truck has its pros and cons, but before you commit to a purchase, take some time to review the features of each vehicle. Here are a few of the various attributes about both vehicles that may help you select the truck that’s right for you.

2015 Colorado vs GMC Canyon

Exterior Features

A number of outstanding exterior features help separate the 2015 Chevy Colorado from the rest of the pack. All season tires equipped with rugged alloy wheels look incredible and helps give drivers better control in virtually any weather condition. Stunning bumpers with a painted finish and privacy glass installed throughout the vehicle further gives the Colorado aesthetic appeal.

The first thing many will notice about the GMC Canyon is a chrome grill surrounding the truck. Drivers will also enjoy a very large truck bed with the option to have a spray-in liner applied. A CornerStep on the rear of the vehicle makes loading or unloading cargo easier as well.

Interior

In the interior of the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado, the first thing many will notice is the 8-inch MyLink color touch-screen that gives drivers direct access to smartphone apps, Bluetooth, preset text messages, Pandora radio and more. Thanks to special features like triple-sealed doors and thick windows, cabin noise is drastically reduced, providing for a quiet, comfortable ride on the roughest terrain. Drivers will appreciate the option of having either leather or cloth seats that provide both front seats with plenty of leg room.

Electric power steering comes standard with the GMC Canyon along with a large center console that provides plenty of space for easy storage. Another interesting feature is the dual-density foam seats that provide an extra element of comfort on the road.
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Safety

A myriad of essential and convenient safety features are built into the 2015 Chevy Colorado including daytime running lights, front fog lights, dusk sensing headlamps and an occupant sensing airbag system. Additional features worth mentioning include stability control, traction control, an engine immobilizer and an integrated post-collision safety system. There’s even a component built in to help track your vehicle if it is ever stolen.

The GMC Canyon provides some decent safety features including roadside assistance, forward collision alert and lane departure warning. Turn-by-turn navigation may also help drivers keep them focused on the road while an automatic crash response system and emergency services link are ready to respond should there ever be an accident.
Engine and Performance

The new Chevy Colorado is equipped with an impressive 2.5L or 3.6L V6 engine. A 2.8L Turbo-Diesel engine is also expected to be an option for drivers who need unrivaled strength and towing capacity. Also, thanks to the Colorado’s off-road suspension system, this truck can handle just about anything. According to some estimates, this truck should be able to achieve a little more than 26 miles per gallon on the highway.

A 193-hp four-cylinder 2.5L engine, a 302-hp V-6 or a 2.8L Turbo-Diesel are all options with the GMC Canyon, all equipped with direct injection and variable valve time technology.

The Overall Winner

After reviewing all the features and components of both trucks, the 2015 Chevy Colorado is the clear choice. With the Colorado, you can rest assured that all the bases are covered in regards to safety, performance, comfort, luxury, convenience and overall reliability.

2015 Chevy Colorado Back NJ

To take a 2015 Chevy Colorado for a test drive today, visit Burlington Chevy at 105 E Rt. 130 South and speak to a friendly sale associate.

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