The all-new Chevrolet Colorado debuted in Thailand earlier this month. It was so well received, the American auto maker decided, yes, they will bring it to the states as well.
You might be thinking, "why wouldn't they?" The Chevrolet pickup has been on the market since 2004. The fact of the matter is, Chevy was holding off from making it official until they got a little more feedback.
It could have something to do with the fact that bringing a reliable mid-size diesel to the U.S. market is somewhat of a bold move; but that would be mere speculation. What we can tell you for sure, is all you have to look forward to - namely universally-appealing advanced tenacity and efficiency.
"The new Chevrolet Colorado is generating a lot of excitement as we begin its launch in Thailand," reports Chris Perry, Vice President, Global Marketing and Strategy, Chevrolet. "We think the design, capability and fuel efficiency of the new Colorado will make it attractive to U.S. customers."1
We couldn't agree more. With the Dakota retired and the Ranger and Ram following suit, there is a definite hole in the market for the toughness and efficiency the next generation Chevy Colorado delivers.
Built on Chevrolet pickup's strong genes and award-winning heritage, the forthcoming Colorado is based on an all-new mid size truck platform developed by parent company GM of Brazil (the largest subsidiary of the corporation in South America). Beyond that, Chevy says the tuck will be tailored at a local level to best suit the wants and needs of specific consumers in different geographic markets.
To learn more about the forthcoming Chevy Colorado, make sure to stay tuned. Vaden Chevrolet Brunswick at 121 Altama Connector in Brunswick, GA, is dedicated to keeping you informed on all Chevy news.
Source: 1 http://www.autoblog.com/2011/10/10/chevy-confirms-global-colorado-pickup-for-u-s/