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Colorado ZR2 Unveiling & First Released Photography

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Here's a collection of the first set of photography released by Chevrolet.

 

Press Editorial Photography for ZR2 Introduction

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Los Angeles Auto Show Unveiling

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Close up of DSSV Shocks

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Looks really sharp!! Two years I plan on getting a new truck and this is going to be on the list! I just hope the spare tire fits under to get it out of the bed.

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Looks really sharp!! Two years I plan on getting a new truck and this is going to be on the list! I just hope the spare tire fits under to get it out of the bed.

Based on the details released the tire would be mounted under the bed like the regular Colorado. The bed installed spare tire holder is an option that is available.

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When will specifications be posted? I know it is wider and has a lift. But what are exterior demensions, ground clearance, weight, etc?

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GM Fleet order guide website says order date of 3/16/17. Is this something that is typically accurate? Dealers around me are all clueless. I'm assuming pricing will come next month if you can order it come 3/16/17?

 

https://www.gmfleetorderguide.com/NASApp/domestic/vehiclesel.jsp?year=2017&regionID=1&divisionID=1#

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Looks really sharp!! Two years I plan on getting a new truck and this is going to be on the list! I just hope the spare tire fits under to get it out of the bed.

 

You say two years! The way GM works you should be getting one of the first ones on the lot!

 

For the life of me I wonder what GM is doing sometimes and why it takes them so long to go from announcement to actually seeing cars and trucks on the road!

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Like most new GM cars and trucks we see them in pictures for a year before we see them on the lot! Get your act together GM! Really starting to wonder if GM has their act together!

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Just noted that the ZR2 "Build and Price" page is up now on the GM Canada website.

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My local dealer says they are being told not to expect any ZR2 Colorados until fall of 17 and that they will be 2018 trucks. So that will make almost 4 years from the first notion of these trucks be produced to actually being for sale.

 

Wow! The way GM is going with this the new Ford Ranger will beat them to the sales lots! Not Good enough GM!

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My local dealer says they are being told not to expect any ZR2 Colorados until fall of 17 and that they will be 2018 trucks. So that will make almost 4 years from the first notion of these trucks be produced to actually being for sale.

 

Wow! The way GM is going with this the new Ford Ranger will beat them to the sales lots! Not Good enough GM!

GM is being a bunch of idiots. There goes the idea of the 2018 model year possibly utilizing the 8speed transmission.

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