The Chevrolet Colorado for the 2021 model year starts at $26,395, that is $4,000 more than the previous entry price.
The company excluded the Base trim costing $22,395 from the Colorado’s lineup due to relatively low demand.
So, the cheapest version on offer for the 2021 model is the Work Truck priced at $26,395. It comes in extended-cab form with a 2.5-liter 200-hp 4-cylinder engine and rear-wheel drive.
Chevy considers this trim to be a more value-packed and interesting offering. The rest trim levels available are the WT, that becomes $500 more expensive, LT, and Z71.
In the mid-size pickup segment the starting prices of the Chevrolet Colorado’s rivals are the following:
- Nissan Frontier $20,385
- Toyota Tacoma $25,365
- Ford Ranger $26,250
- Jeep Gladiator $35,040
- Honda Ridgeline $35,020
As we can see, the Corolado is at a mid-price level.
The 2021 Colorado receives a revamped front end with new layout, skid plate and logos, a well as a fresh tailgate.
The sibling GMC Canyon is also deprived of its base trim level for 2021 and will offer such new trims as the Elevation Standard, Elevation, AT4, and Denali.