Chevy will review its plans for a pickup Colorado ZR2 BisonOctober 1, 2019
The American automaker plans to increase production of its mid-size Colorado pickup truck in the off-road version of the ZR2 Bison in 2020. The reason for this decision was the extremely high demand for the model.
According to representatives of the American brand, after the demand for the Chevrolet Colorado truck in its off-road performance of the ZR2 Bison exceeded all expectations, it was decided to increase the number of production for the 2020 version of the car.
“Production will be increased by 2020,” said Matt Feldermann, marketing manager for Expedition Vehicles, a US company (Chevrolet supplier). “There is no exact data, but it is expected that the number of pickups collected will increase to 2500 units.”
American Expedition Vehicles supplies many components for the American brand that make the ZR2 Bison pickup so special. The truck is equipped with special parts, such as boron steel skid plates, an updated front bumper, and a hefty Chevrolet lettering.
The off-road version of the truck is equipped with high-performance shock absorbers from Multimatic and has a two-inch suspension lift. The pickup rides on 17-inch wheels with 31-inch tires. A choice of a 3.6-liter V6 with a capacity of 308 hp, which works with an eight-speed automatic transmission and a 2.8-liter turbodiesel with a capacity of 186 hp (six-speed automatic transmission). For the Bison version, Chevy dealers require an additional $ 5,750.
Chevy produced only 2,000 copies of the Colorado Bison ZR2, and orders for this car are much more accepted.
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