We’ve showcased on the 2021 Chevy Colorado near Taylor TX
There are a lot of things that Covert Chevy of Hutto could showcase on the 2021 Chevy Colorado, but we’ve opted for something that many reviews leave out: the rough and rugged exterior. In the Colorado’s first promo photos, Chevy chose to put it in a desert environment (one of the most punishing of all off-road terrains). As a realty, we couldn’t help but notice that the new Colorado is looking particularly sharp these days. Body-colored features tend to make the entire vehicle look more uniform and sophisticated, so we were thrilled to see that the new Colorado features body-color door handles and a body-color rear bumper to really spice things up. And with so many colors to choose from, you’ve got the cream of the crop. Chevy’s new color tester lets you pick your body color option (without names for now) so that you can see how your Colorado looks in each one. We especially love that racing orange Colorado that really brings out the black on the hood and window moldings. The front end of the Colorado features the “Chevrolet” emblem in big block letters. It looks like Chevy really wanted to put their signature on this one, and who can blame them? You can get all-terrain tires this year with your choice of 17-inch wheel options that really bolster the looks of the Colorado up to those levels where you go out and tell a buddy about it. You might not have the words to say, but you’ll casually ask a friend to maybe see if something’s in your driveway (like this truck for example), and they’ll definitely notice your new truck. We promise. We’re certain that this is the year of the Chevy Colorado. Other trucks get their due in the industry far too more often than this one. It’s one of the most underestimated pickup trucks in terms of style and capability, but this year it’s not going to be denied its props. If you’re a rugged outdoorsman (or woman) like the Colorado, we suggest you give us a call for a test drive as soon as this one comes in! Also serving Hutto, Austin, Round Rock, and Georgetown Texas.