2022 Chevrolet Colorado consumer reviews

$26,135–$30,035 MSRP range
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84% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.5
  • Interior 4.3
  • Performance 4.1
  • Value 4.2
  • Exterior 4.8
  • Reliability 4.3
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Good truck for the price

I bought my Colorado in December 2022. I want planning on a midsized truck but after the test drive I was impressed. The room is enough for 4 adults comfortably. I have 7500 miles on it and have recommended to several family members. My is a 2wheel drive crew about with locking rear differential. The only thatI have problem with is the tires it came with. Goodyear Wranglers, it needs taller tires and wider.


Death trap.

This is without a doubt the worst vehicle I’ve ever owned. Transmission issues that 3 dealerships say is normal. No power. Looses forward momentum between gears. 2 sets of tires and it still has a vibration they say is normal. I only average 340 miles a tank but again they say it’s normal and told me to use the higher octane fuel. I’ve been told to speed in order for the transmission to shift properly. I’ve also been told not to drive the speed limit to avoid the vibration. Body lines are all off especially the bed and rear bumper. 18 issues and all they fixed were 2 interior issues. They kept all mechanical issues internal and off the computer and told me it’s either normal or can’t be duplicated. But after 3 weeks of having my truck it lost forward momentum within 40 feet of pulling out of the parking spot. I’ve been in 3 near accidents and one was a near death experience with my mom. I was told there’s nothing they can do right now and sent me on my way. I’m scared to drive this truck but I have no choice. I’ve started lemon law proceedings but because the dealership kept it internal, GM has no idea I’m going through all this.


Nice Mid-Sized Truck

While it’s early yet as I’ve only owned for a few weeks, overall it has met or exceeded my expectations. I wanted a mid-sized pickup after owning an Avalanche for nearly 10 years. Truck has plenty of room for driver and passenger (am sure rear seat is tight but not a factor for me) and is very comfortable for me and I’m 6’4”. Truck rides nice and did well in moderate/heavy snow covered roads. So far been great! Can’t really comment on Reliability yet as truck is still new.


The Truck

Its the perfect size truck(Crew Cab), easy to maneuver in close areas, Fast,Handles great, Leather interior, excellent Bose music sound system. Storage area under back seat. Locking front and rear differentials, Excellent performance on and off road. This is The Truck.


Chev Colorado 2022

It’s great truck. I’m a truck gal so I appreciate the vehicle being higher up Frm ground level. Only thg I don’t like is I’m a short gal who had to have custom side rails put on it & they modified lower. In all the sales agent tried so hard to find a financier to approve my credit. I’m very appreciative of their hard work.


Love it, good value

I love my Colorado and wouldn’t trade it for anything. Tons of power with the V6 and at 62mph I average 27 mpg. That’s a great combo. Only thing I don’t like is they used cheap cushions in the seating that don’t hold up and is flat within a year. I strongly recommend this truck overall.


Colorado issues

We bought a 2022 coloado it has been in the shop for transmission , Ac ,and radio , its been in the shop close to two months we bought it 3 months ago.


Cab 'wobble' over 70 mph on grooved expressway.

Not a review really but a question/comment. When traveling on the expressway at over 70 MPH when there is grooved pavement there seems to be a 'wobble' in the cab. Has anyone else had this experience? It only happens on straight aways not on curves or under 70 mph.


All purpose, go anywhere fun mid-sized truck.

Wanted a midsized truck that could go anywhere. On demand AWD and the locking front and rear diffs sealed the deal. The interior is great design although current competitors offer more at the max trims. Interior seems mid trim with heated leather seats and wheel thrown in. Climate control also is digital, but single zone. But it’s all easy to use and functional. And you should buy a ZR2 for it’s intended purpose, max capability off road. It’ll keep up with the Raptor except for long straightaways in the desert (I’ve done it) and will follow a Jeep in medium trails and further than other pickups. On road, it feels like a sport tuned SUV. And let’s face it, you have to drive this on road to all the off road spots.


2021 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2

Bought a 2021 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 and absolutely love it, plenty of horsepower and great gas mileage too. Inside comfortable leather seats and Bose sound system sounds great.