Great truck that has known transmission issues
I really like my 2019 Colorado 4x4 crew cab. It is pretty comfortable and has good room to seat 4 adults, has good performance and gas mileage. I have had Transmission issues since new with the well known Colorado trans shudder. I had the transmission fluid changed at 11000 miles then again at 26000 miles to take care of the shudder and now at 40000 miles the shudder has returned for the 3rd time much worse. I now had to make another appointment to have it diagnosed again so obviously the flush is just a temporary fix to this ongoing problem, so how about fixing the problem the right way by replacing the torque converter or finding the root cause instead of just changing the fluid. I like the truck in all aspects but am totally disappointed with the well known transmission shudder issues with these trucks.
I love my truck and I hope it won’t disappoint me.
2019 Chevy Colorado, 2.5l 4-cyl Worktruck 6-speed automatic. Already put 60,000 miles on it. So far, so good. No engine or transmission issues. Suspension works great, I just resent it should have better soundproofing. It appears that 100 mph is the top speed for it. I like my truck and I hope it never disappoints me. Major issues I find is at the assembly line. My car came with the brake boosters disconnected and the bolts for the step sidebars loose. Autonation took care of it.
Zr2 excellent truck!
Just hit 30k on my Zr2. I have owned 2 Raptors (2010 & 2012), Tacoma, Tundra, Ram 1500, and recently a Ram 2500. I bought each of those except the Raptors brand new. The Chevy Colorado Zr2 is my all time favorite - The ride is good, quick, great handling, inside styling good for sport truck, outside styling is excellent, electronics are adequate, AC/Heat awesome, access to accessories is excellent, Offroad very good, snow excellent.