2019 Colorado??

BUST'EM 504

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I am looking to buy a new or slightly used Colorado with the 2.8. Any reason I shouldn’t buy one? I’ve done some research they look pretty strong. There aren’t many in the market in Louisiana, not sure if that’s a good thing. Thanks for any help


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JoshH

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My step dad bought a 2018 last year around thanksgiving. He traded his 2008 Tundra on it, and he really likes it.
 

BUST'EM 504

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Thanks Josh. It will most likely stay stock and be a city/ hwy driver. I had 2015 Colorado with the 4 cylinder and it was a dog


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RickDLance

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I had a 2016 and loved it. I only sold it because I expected the 1/2 ton to be out soon. That hasn't worked out well so far.
 

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You can build and price a 2020 1500 with a 3.0 diesel. Just double checked they are in fact on the site.
 

Cougar281

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Someone I know has a Duramax Colorado (don't know what year) and loves it. I can't see even a small diesel not being decent. The TDI in Jetta my wife had was peppy. Heck, even the 2.0 turbo gasser in her Malibu isn't too bad (in that car anyway).

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It looked good, I laughed bc I would buy it before the 2500 now bc they are hideous. I didn't even go look real close but it looks better than the 79k 2020 HD...:mad:
 

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