The Chevy Colorado Special-Edition Spigot Is Now Open: Meet the GearOn


Meet the 2015 Chevy Colorado Special-Edition Truck.
On the market, the most highly accessorized vehicles are the pickups, according to General Motors, the average buyer of a new pickup spends $2000 in add-ons for the first time. Because of that Chevrolet is completely embracing the chance to cajole more money from the buyers’ wallets with its new Colorado smaller than full size.
Chevy at the Chicago Auto Show is presenting the Colorado GearOn Special Edition or GOSE, which is factory-available truck that has many additional items from the GearOn line of accessories, especially a tie-down rings, cargo-bed divider, and in-bed crossbars for carrying bicycles and some other toys. Other items include a tubular running boards and a spray0in bedliner, and also some aesthetic touches like a body-color grille, black 18 inch aluminum wheels, and black bow-tie badged rear and front – that very soon will be available as a stand-alone accessories on the truck. The LT Convenience package brings fog lamps, remote start, an easy-opening tailgate and a rear-window defroster.
The GOSE is only available on the LT trim level, in extended and crew-cab body styles, without or with 4 wheel drive. It will be available this spring and the price starts at $31,125.
The Colorado pickup truck has not been on sale for a long time enough to have sold fewer than 15,000 units – but the Chevrolet Colorado was very visible at many auto shows, with dirty, sporty, watery and racy concepts.
Watch the following video here to see this amazing 2015 Colorado Special Edition Trucks. What do you think of this Colorado?

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