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    GM Talks Pricing For 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon


    • How Much For A Colorado and Canyon?


    Another piece of the puzzle has been announced for the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon. General Motors announced this afternoon pricing for their two new midsize trucks. The Colorado will come in at $20,995 (includes a $895 destination charge) and the Canyon will start at $21,880 (includes a $925 destination charge).

    Standard equipment on both models include a 2.5L DI four-cylinder engine with 200 horsepower and six-speed manual. The Colorado gets power windows with express up for the driver, a backup camera, and a locking tailgate. Canyon's standard equipment includes four-way power driver’s seat, CornerStep rear bumper, and sixteen-inch aluminum wheels.

    There will be a number of configurations and options available for both trucks including the 3.6L DI V6, extended and crew cab models; six-speed automatic transmission, forward collision alert, and OnStar 4G LTE.

    General Motors say the Colorado and Canyon will be available at dealers later this fall. More details on pricing and fuel economy numbers will be revealed closer to the sales date.

    Source: General Motors

    William Maley is a staff writer for Cheers & Gears. He can be reached at william.maley@cheersandgears.comor you can follow him on twitter at @realmudmonster.

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    2015 Chevrolet Colorado Starts at $20,995

    • Includes extended cab, 200-horsepower 2.5L engine, 6-speed manual transmission

    DETROIT – Suggested retail prices for the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado extended-cab pickup will start at $20,995, including an $895 dealer freight charge, Chevrolet announced today.

    Standard features will include a 200-horsepower 2.5L four-cylinder engine with direct fuel injection and continuously variable valve timing for strong midrange torque; a 6-speed manual transmission; power windows with express up for the driver; a rear-vision camera with dynamic guide lines; and a locking tailgate.

    “Colorado is an all-new midsize pickup that offers truck customers great versatility and great value,” said Tony Johnson, Colorado marketing manager. “It will also have strong appeal for people who know they want a truck, but want one that is easier to maneuver in traffic and easier to park at work or at home.”

    Available options will include a 305-horsepower 3.6L V-6, also with direct fuel injection and variable valve timing; a 6-speed automatic transmission; 4G LTE with a built-in WiFi hotspot; Forward Collision Alert and Land Departure Warning; and the GearOn™ accessory system, a comprehensive solution for organizing and carrying bikes, paddle boards and other equipment.

    Colorado customers can chose from two cab configurations, extended-cab and crew-cab. Crew-cab Colorados will offer a choice of 5- or 6-foot boxes; extended-cab models come with the 6-foot box.

    Other Colorado models also will offer great value. For example, the Colorado LT crew cab with 2WD and the 5-foot box has a starting price, including dealer freight, of $27,985. The Colorado Z71 crew cab 4x4 with the 5-foot box starts at $34,990.

    Colorado will be available in Chevrolet dealerships nationwide in the fall of 2014. Detailed pricing and EPA fuel economy estimates will be available closer to launch.

    2015 GMC Canyon Pricing Starts at $21,880

    • Signature LED lighting, rear vision camera among standard equipment

    DETROIT – Pricing for the all-new 2015 GMC Canyon mid-size pickup will start at $21,880, including a $925 dealer freight charge, GMC announced today.

    “The all-new Canyon provides a one-two punch that customers tell us they’ve been waiting for,” said Canyon Marketing Manager Kenn Bakowski. “Now they can get a premium vehicle in terms of styling, features and technology, with all the inherent capabilities and maneuverability of a mid-size pickup.”

    Standard equipment on the Canyon includes the 2.5L I-4 Direct Injected engine, rated at 200 horsepower, signature light-emitting diode, or LED, lighting, four-way power driver’s seat, CornerStep rear bumper, and 16-inch aluminum wheels.

    Additional models will bring additional value – beginning with the SLE trim level, with prices starting at $27,520 (2WD extended cab), Canyon customers get aluminum interior trim, soft-touch instrument panel and door pads, EZ-lift and lower tailgate, eight-inch diagonal color-touch radio with Intellilink, and OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot with a three-month or three-GB trial (whichever comes first). A 4WD Canyon SLT crew cab short box model starts at $37,875, and includes the 3.6L V-6 engine with 305 horsepower, leather-appointed seating, automatic climate control, 18-inch polished cast-aluminum wheels, remote start and an automatic locking rear differential.

    Available options include the 3.6L V-6 engine with direct injection and variable valve timing, a six-speed automatic transmission, Bose premium seven-speaker audio system, and the GearOn™ accessory system, a comprehensive solution for organizing and carrying bikes, kayaks and other equipment.

    Canyon customers will have multiple cab and bed configurations to choose from, including extended cab models with a 6-foot 2-inch box, or crew cab models with either the 6-foot 2-inch or a 5-foot 2-inch box.

    Additionally, every 2015 Canyon comes with Pro Grade Protection, which, in addition to a five-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty and three-year/36,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty, includes two years or 24,000 miles – whichever comes first – of standard scheduled maintenance.

    The new Canyon will be in dealerships this fall. Detailed pricing information and EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings will be announced closer to vehicle availability.



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    Too expensive in the more popular configurations.  I'm bereft, but I am only one insignificant po' boy.  I am extrapolating that a 4WD ext cab Z71 will be $32k with a puny 4 cylinder, maybe $30k for an LT.  :(

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    GM like everyone else is missing a major sales boat by not having a mini pickup. Sorry but the Mid Size is a waste when you can get a full size for not much difference in coin.

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    I think the prices are good, the base models are cheap, and the Colorado basically covers the same price range as the Malibu, which makes sense.  I'd agree with dfelt though that most of these mid-size pickups are too close in size and price to the full size.  They could have just made the new Colorado/Canyon a little bit smaller, which would probably help to keep the cost down a bit.  A Crew Cab long box Colorado is longer than a Suburban, even the smallest Colorado is longer than a Tahoe, it isn't exactly mid-size, it is still a fairly big truck.

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    $20-22K to start?  That is way too high.  If GM were smart, these would start at about $15K so that no onw would think to buy a Silverado/Sierra instead.

     

    As for size, if mini-trucks are forthcoming very soon, then these prices might be justifiable.

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    For $20k though you get the same engine in a Cadillac ATS that costs $35k! 

     

    A Cruze is like 16-25k, I don't see a problem with a pickup being $20-30k, they have to offer bigger engines and it is a bigger vehicle.  These are cheaper than an Equinox too, so I think the price is okay.  I could agree with the argument that instead of the mid-size, they could have made the Colorado more like old school S10 size and sold it a cheaper price point for greater separation from the Silverado.

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    For $20k though you get the same engine in a Cadillac ATS that costs $35k! 

     

    A Cruze is like 16-25k, I don't see a problem with a pickup being $20-30k, they have to offer bigger engines and it is a bigger vehicle.  These are cheaper than an Equinox too, so I think the price is okay.  I could agree with the argument that instead of the mid-size, they could have made the Colorado more like old school S10 size and sold it a cheaper price point for greater separation from the Silverado.

    Agreed, there is to much overlap and not enough gain for having a mid size and full size. Better use was to have a Mini Pickup and then full size.

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    It's apparent that I'm a truck guy, that I'm the target market for GM's new mid-size pickups and though I prefer trucks to cars I don't necessarily need a full-size pcikup truck for daily hauling/towing abilities.  Having said that, the 2004-2012 GMT-355 Canyon & Colorado was too small for my family needs.  I appreciate GM making the new Canyon/Colorado trucks the size they did.  I had a '14 Silverado 1500 Crew Cab 4WD rental for a weekend in June and while I was totally in love with GM's full size truck, the cost to buy one and fuel it (though it was more fuel efficient than my '06 Envoy) would really tax my paycheck.  The new 2015 Canyon looks to fit my expectations - still large enough truck to fit my family, has an affordable price range (a similarly equipped Sierra 1500 4WD SLT Crew Cab would run MSRP $50-51k; I'm projecting the Canyon Crew Cab SLT Long Bed 4WD to run MSRP $39-40k), and I expect it to be better in fuel efficiency then the full-size trucks.

     

    I do agree that GM's current small-medium-large approach (Canyon/Colorado-1500-2500/3500) is a farce.  A true s-m-l approach would be if a compact truck was offered below the Canyon/Colorado and would be more "back-to-basics" in its style & equipment (think Spark-Sonic) than lifestyle/luxury minded (mid- & full-size pickups).

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    The only difference in the SLT Trim 2LT vs. 4LT package is that the VJQ front recovery hooks, NQ6 2-speed Autotrac transfer case and a lower GVWR (5800 lbs. vs. 6000 lbs) are not included in the 2LT.   Doesn't make sense to me to bother offering this package at all and just offer the 4LT.

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    A $25k Colorado is going to be much better equipped than a $25k Silverado.... At $30k you'll have a nicely loaded Colorado while you're still in W/T V6 trim in the Silverado.

     

    I don't see much overlap here.

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    I do not see where there is price overlap for this and full-sizers. An equivalent Silverado Double Cab WT with V6 starts at $30,695, i.e. $10k or 50% more, for an apples to apples comparison.

     

    Toyota double cab and Nissan Frontier extended cabs start within few hundred dollars of this one. A loaded Tacoma rings in at close to $37k. And those are dinosaurs.

     

    Days of getting a 250 hp diesel small truck with all ammenities for $16K are in Walgreen's world.

     

    To me this is fair pricing given market conditions.

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    it would be nice to see a standard cab and long box basic truck.

     

    if one can get a cheap version of this, and with the 4, it should still be fairly cheap transport.  Shouldn't have a problem getting 25 mpg.  I bet a 4 cyl basic 6 speed truck would be fun.

     

    I didn't look for myself, but can you get a manual trans and AWD together?

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    -No Regular Cab offered

    -Manual transmission standard only on the basic 2WD extended cab model

    -Diesel engine will be available to order late Q3/early Q4 2015 as a 2016 model year option

    -Diesel engine will come with automatic transmission only

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    dfelt, I don't believe the Thailand version is any smaller (maybe only in length).  GM needs a true small truck, same size as a Sonic and in regular & extended cab offerings only, to target the weekend DIY'er who may need occasional hauling capabilities or a somone who wants a small truck as a daily driver with excellent FE.

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    See, we have a GMC franchise at work, I will need to give our own ppl first shot at pricing one out.  SLE extended cab 4X4 V6 with G80 locker... and maybe the all weather floor mat/bed mat package.  If Emerald/Rainforest Green is too expensive, then Cyber Gray.  I can't help but get my hopes up... it could all be for naught though.  We'll see.  *bites nails*

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    Reality has bitten the left cheek.  I just chatted with a Chevy rep on their site.

     

    2015 Colorado WT 4X4 extended cab $26,885

    Destination $875

    3.6 V6 $1220

    Off-road side steps $745

    WT Appearance Package $435 (aluminum 16" wheels, chome beltline moldings, body color handles and power mirrors with body color caps, plus a body-color rear bumper)

    WT Convenience Package $490 (EZ lift tailgate, keyless entry, theft prevention, cruise control)

    G80 locking diff $325

    Interior Protection Package $250 (all-weather floor mats and a bed mat)

     

    MSRP:  $31,225.

     

    LT version with same options would be $2100 higher, with the LT convenience package costing $1080 (instead of $490 for the WT) included in that price, all other options being equal.  The green paint would be $495 on top of all of this.

     

    Z71 4X4 would be $34,065 with V6, steps and mat package.

     

    Jeez man.

     

    EDIT:  I just found out that some of these prices could be wrong.  The chat person gave me some incorrect information.  SO, I will wait for the official "Build & Price" site to come live before panicking.

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    2014 Silverado 1500 2WT regular cab 4X4 4.3L V6

     

    Base MSRP $31,760

    Destination $1095

    G80 locker $395

    All-terrain tires $200

    Black side steps $600

    Tailgate liner $75

    Bed mat $140

     

    Total MSRP $34,265.

     

    Current rebate is $3000, putting it down to $31,265, if this exact truck could be somehow located.

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    OK, GM has their full Colorado site up, finally.  But the Build & Price is crashed already.  Went over to cars.com, and their pricing is clean and easy to use.  Official prices.

     

    2015 Colorado WT 4X4 extended cab, $27,760 with destination

    Convenience package, $490

    Appearance package, $435

    3.6L V6, $1235

    G80 locker, $325

    Trailering package, $250 (forced tie-in with G80)

    Interior protection package, $250 (rubber mats and bed mat)

    Tailgate liner, $80

    Off-Road side steps, $745 (open style steps that should be easy to keep clean)

     

    $31,650.  Lotsa dough.

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    I can buy a decent house in my area for the cost of these new pickups. Ridiculous. I'll keep my 2006 Silverado.

    Detroit?   $30k is more of a partial down payment on a house in the world I'm used to...

    Edited by Cubical-aka-Moltar

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