Debating whether to purchase a 2020 Colorado or, save some money and purchase a 2021 when it releases? I have some information that might help you decide. Chevrolet has dropped its base model and its Work Truck model has taken its place. The price is up $4000 compared to the soon to be extinct Base Model, but only up $500 compared to the 2020 Work Truck trim. The ZR2 model increased by $200.
Take away the base model and four remain. Z71 will not have a price increase but the LT goes up $100. Pricing for the Chevrolet Colorado’s competitors has not been announced, but the dropping of the base trim makes the Colorado cheaper than the 2020 base Tacoma, but more expensive than the entry-level 2020 Ford Ranger.
Production of the 2021 Colorado is set to begin later this month, and you should see them on dealership lots shortly thereafter.