Only the Colorado offers up this “little extra” that makes its cabin practical for today’s driver and passengers. It offers 1.6 inches of additional headroom, .9 inches of additional shoulder room for more breathing space, and 1.9 inches more front legroom, something your long-legged passengers are going to thank you for. The interior of the Colorado is as elegant as it is practical, too, especially when you get to more posh trims like the LT. Along with its additional head and legroom, it also gets auto climate control and a navigation system that will really help out with work or play.
Safety – 2020 Chevrolet Colorado
We’re not going to knock for on their Co-Pilot360 suite. It’s a nice spread of safety features that make the Ranger more intelligent, but the Ranger tends to get the bargain basement features that they usually throw in standard on more expensive Ford models. In the meantime, the Colorado has no problem mopping up in this category. You’ll really appreciate features like forward-collision alert, lane departure warnings, and of course, there’s the rock solid build of specific trims like the ZR2.
The ZR2 is one of your steadiest rides on the road, featuring all-terrain tires, raised suspension, and an electronically locking rear suspension. You get a truck that’s more than just steady on its feet. It also has all of the modern driver-assist features you’d ever hope to see from a Chevy truck. Compare that to the dreadfully undermanned Colorado model, and you’re going to see that the choice is pretty easy to make here. It’s the Colorado all the way.
Winner – 2020 Chevrolet Colorado
The 2020 Chevy Colorado has once again bested the Ford Ranger. The only surprising thing about that fact is that it wasn’t even close. Ford has really let the Ranger go here, perhaps giving it up as a more economical option rather than an upscale truck that’s meant to do serious work. The Colorado capitalizes on Ford’s willingness to ignore the Ranger’s obvious need for a redesign and better engine selection. This year’s Colorado also gets big gains on technology, such as a supremely easy to use interface on its larger 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system option. Throw in heated front seats and auto climate control, and you’re getting into the “upscale” truck reputation, all while retaining that over-300 horsepower profile. It’s a winning combination all the way around.
Test Drive Today
Thanks for letting our dealership continue serving Boardman Lancaster Hermitage buyers with intricate reviews of today’s hottest pickup trucks. We’re happy to share our knowledge with you in the hopes that it can help you shop wiser. We also hope you’ll let us save you some money this year on the brand new 2020 Colorado. If you’d like to test drive this model today, just give us a call and tell us which trim to have ready for you. The folks here at Drive Taylor will be waiting.