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John GorehamContributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com11-8-2018 General Motors made an unusual request today of GM-Trucks.com. Our contact at the Chevy Truck department asked us to report that GM is launching a new campaign to adjust the sensitivity of the airbags in the Chevy Colorado ZR2. This is a refreshing change from the industry standard practice of soft-pedaling recalls and product programs. Here is the unedited information we were asked to convey: As you are aware, there have been reports of Colorado ZR2 owners whose roof-mounted side airbags deployed while off-roading. Upon learning of this issue, Chevrolet took immediate action to understand the root cause and create a solution. Today, we notified Chevrolet dealers of a customer-satisfaction initiative to recalibrate the thresholds for the roof-mounted side airbags for ZR2 owners. The updated calibration is available as of today, and will be installed free of charge the next time the customers takes their ZR2 to a Chevrolet dealer. There have been 11 reports of Colorado ZR2 owners whose roof-mounted side airbags deployed while off-roading. Chevrolet is working to reimburse those ZR2 customers for the cost of repair, provided the event data was available to confirm the incident. We are incredibly proud of the ZR2 and the off-road capability it offers, and are encouraged to see customers are using the truck as intended. If customers have questions, they should contact their local dealer or Chevrolet Customer Assistance at 800-833-2438 GM-Trucks.com readers may recall that in May we covered the news that owners were beginning to report that the airbags in their Colorado trucks were deploying while off-roading (and not in a crash). You can read the prior full report here and see more images. Our reporting leaned heavily on images and reports from GM-Truck.com member Joe F. Since Joe's information was made available, other owners have also reported the same problem. We will do our best to get new information from Joe F. and how he is reimbursed. Our thanks to GM for asking us to be involved in disseminating this important product update program.
Borla Exhaust Needs Your 2017 Chevy Colorado! (FREE Exhaust Opportunity) Borla Exhaust is looking for a 2017 Chevrolet Colorado to use in one of their exhaust videos! Let Borla borrow your truck and receive a FREE Borla Exhaust System! If you are interested and meet the requirements listed below, please email me at [email protected] for more information! Requirements Must live near the Borla R&D Facility or be willing to travel to it: -The Borla R&D Facility is located in Oxnard, California. (You need to be able to drop your truck off and pick it up.) Must own a 2017 Chevrolet Colorado* (3.6L V6, Automatic Trans) with one of the following cab / bed configurations: -Crew Cab / Short Bed -Extended Cab / Long Bed *Must be a Chevy Colorado, NOT a GMC Canyon. Modifications: -Truck MUST be stock and in good condition. (Most aesthetic mods such as wheels are okay, but other mods are not; all mods must be approved. If you tell us your truck is stock and then drop your truck off with unapproved mods, you will be asked to come back and pick it up.) Color: -Any color. Other Important Information How long does Borla need the Truck for: -Up to 1 Week (5 Business Days) Potential Shoot Dates: -January 30th-February 3rd -February 6th- February 10th What you get: -This FREE Borla Exhaust System: https://www.borla.com/products/canyon_colorado_catback_exhaust_stype_part__140645.html. (Installation Included) You can check out our website and our YouTube to see the past videos we've done: -Website = www.borla.com -YouTube = www.youtube.com/borla Email [email protected] for more info! Thank you, Lisa Carter Volpe Social Media & Marketing Borla Performance Industries
By Josh Merva GM-Trucks.com 8/5/2014 Today General Motors announced the pricing for the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon. The Chevrolet Colorado will start at 20,995, the LT crew cab with 2WD at $27,985, and the Z71 crew cab with 4WD at $34,990. The GMC Canyon will start a little bit higher at 21,880, the SLE extended cab at $27,520, and the 4WD Canyon SLT crew cab short box at $37,875. Colorado Press Release: Canyon Press Release:
By Josh Merva GM-Trucks.com 8/5/2014 Today General Motors announced the pricing for the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon. The Chevrolet Colorado will start at 20,995, the LT crew cab with 2WD at $27,985, and the Z71 crew cab with 4WD at $34,990. The GMC Canyon will start a little bit higher at 21,880, the SLE extended cab at $27,520, and the 4WD Canyon SLT crew cab short box at $37,875. Colorado Press Release: Canyon Press Release: Attached Images: Click here to view the article