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Vehicle: Chevrolet Colorado LT (2015)

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Name: Chevrolet Colorado LT (2015)

Date Added: 14 February 2015 - 06:45 PM

Owner: ocnblu

Short Description: This is my latest toy. Colorado LT extended cab 4X4.

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It conveys a feeling of unflappable security while driving, like a great truck should.  It feels super solid.  The throttle is calibrated for smoothness.  The handling is deft, and I can tell they worked on tightening the turning radius.  It feels big (and the antenna is off until I get my Stubby because it will not fit in my garage with it on!) but its size is not a hindrance when maneuvering.  The backup camera makes me appear to be an expert at parking.  GM has done a masterful job overall with this truck.  So, I guess I can say I am pleased so far, at a little over 200 miles on the clock.

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Good to know your initial thoughts. Have happy and safe miles on the vehicle and welcome back to GM truck family.

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I don't want to spoil all of ocnblu's fun, but here's a teaser for all those waiting to see the new rig:

 

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Hopefully this will get our friend to post some more pics :smilewide:

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SWEET :metal: I so love it without the air dam plastic piece below. This looks way rockin awesome! :D

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So apparently ocnblu has gotten lost driving in his new Colorado ;)

 

Seems that way ... can ya blame him!?

 

:)

 

 

Cort | www.oldcarsstronghearts.com

1979 & 1989 Caprice Classics | pigValve, paceMaker, cowValve

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;)

Dude, where are more pictures?

 

:worthless:

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Do I still have to upload them to a sharing site to drop them in here?  It's been a while.

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Nope, not at all. I'd like to get lost myself for a few days actually :lol:

 

LOL!  It'd be a great excuse for a road trip.........................

 

;)

 

 

 

Cort | www.oldcarsstronghearts.com

1979 & 1989 Caprice Classics | pigValve, paceMaker, cowValve

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Do I still have to upload them to a sharing site to drop them in here?  It's been a while.

 

No. You can add them to your garage stall for your 2015 Colorado

Or we have our own picture sharing app on C&G. You can create your own album in the gallery and upload them there.

The pictures just have to be less than 3mb each.  If you need help resizing them, let me know.

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OK thanks, I did put 3 photos in a gallery.

 

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Blu, congrats!  I haven't been on the site much recently and so this is the first I heard of your new ride.  I suspected you'd end up with one sooner than later!

 

Nice TRUCK!

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Well thank ya, reg!  I trust you've been well.

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Thanks, Mr. dfelt.  It's a comfortable runner.

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Just added some snowy pics to my gallery.

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I am seriously at a loss here.  WHY would anyone not prefer RWD in snowy, icy weather to FWD?  My truck is so much more controllable than any of my FWD vehicles.  I can actually TURN it with the throttle and keep it completely under control way easier than the sideways push of a FWD vehicle in snowy turns.  I LOVE THIS THING!  :wub:

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