2021 Chevrolet Colorado Trim Level Comparison
There are four trim levels of the 2021 Chevrolet Colorado and one special edition. The four trim levels are the ZR2, the Z71, the LT, and the WT. The special edition is the ZR2 Bison. On this page, we’ve taken on the task of writing a little about each one, so that you can make an educated purchase.
The first that we’ll talk about is the ZR2, starting out at $41,600. The ZR2 features every piece of equipment on the Z71 trim level. Plus, it has an Off-Road Appearance Package, a ZR2 off-road suspension, increased ground clearance, and more.
Speaking on the Z71, that model starts out at $35,500. It has everything from the LT model. Plus, it has a Z71 Off-Road Suspension Package, an automatic locking rear differential, unique 17-inch painted wheels, all-terrain tires, and an HD Rear Vision camera. It’s a good middle-ground between your lower and higher trim levels. Keep reading below to learn about the LT, WT, and ZR2 Bison.
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The LT and WT are the lowest trim level or the least expensive options. The WT starts at $27,100 and the LT starts at $27,700. The LT features all features from the WT, but for six hundred dollars more, you’re also getting body-color mirror caps and door handles, a Chevrolet Infotainment 3 system, a 6-way power-adjustable driver seat, and an EZ Lift & Lower tailgate. The WT has available feature options such as an available 2.5 L direct-injected engine, an available 3.6 L V6 engine, available dual rear seats with under-seat storage, and an available folding rear bench seat. All of these options make it a flexible trim level.
The ZR2 Bison is the ultimate trim level for off-road capability. It was made in collaboration between Chevrolet and American Expedition Vehicles (AEV). It has steel skid plates, wheel flares, 17-inch wheels, and more. Its design was specifically designed and upgraded with features that would make it an optimal vehicle for off-road terrain.