Chevrolet is famous for making hard-working trucks for a wide array of situations and environments. Two of the most popular selections from the Chevy truck line are the Colorado and the Silverado. Each of these trucks is built to handle a variety of challenges, and the 2011 models are better than ever. Here is a brief comparison of the 2011 Colorado and the 2011 Silverado:
2011 Chevy Silverado
The Silverado line is famous for toughness, versatility, and incredible towing power. The Silverado 1500 is a popular work truck, with significant hauling power and an interior that has become increasingly well-appointed over the past few years. If your job or lifestyle requires a full-size truck, then you could benefit from the Silverado’s 403 horsepower V8 that generates up to 417 lb.-ft. of torque, allowing a payload capacity of nearly 2,000 pounds. Not enough? Choose from the Silverado HD line and up the torque to 765 lb.-ft. for 21,700 pounds of towing power.
2011 Chevy Colorado
If you don’t need a full-size truck, then save the money and increase maneuverability with the economical, agile, and fun Chevy Colorado. The Colorado is a mid-size truck that has plenty of power to pull a trailer with your favorite camping, boating, or off-roading gear with either an efficient four-cylinder, an exciting five-cylinder, or a monstrously powerful V8 engine. You might not even need the extra toys in the trailer. The Colorado, with Chevy’s famous Z71 4x4 package, can cover any type of terrain and is just as fun to drive.
No matter what your needs or desires are, Chevy has the perfect truck. If you want to find out which truck feels right to you, then come to City Chevrolet in San Diego and test drive one today. We have provided only the best new and used Chevrolet vehicles, parts, and services for 75 years. Call us at (619) 817-8445 or contact us online for more information.