More Reasons To Buy A Chevy Truck This Month
We could rattle off dozens of reasons to purchase a Chevy truck this month and don’t worry, we will. But October is an especially smart time to consider a Chevy purchase at DePaula Chevy Albany NY, particularly a the new for 2016 Chevy Colorado Duramax.
First of all, October is Chevy’s official “Truck Month,” featuring loads of leasing and financing specials, which is great news for savvy consumers. But also, for the fifth consecutive year, Chevrolet has teamed with the American Cancer Society to raise awareness and money for breast cancer research.
Read on to see how you can join the fight and also scope out the current award-winning Chevy pickup trucks as the 2015 model year comes to a close…
Who Do you Drive For?
The beloved bow tied brand has made it easy for you to get involved and support the fight against breast cancer, by either making a contribution, locating a local walk, or sharing you who drive for by accessing the #IDriveFor and sharing on Twitter and Instagram. Since partnering with the American Cancer Society five years ago, Chevrolet has raised a total of $4,462,326.
Join the fight with Chevy by clicking here and sharing your stories or sending a donation. The campaign with the American Cancer Society continues through October, so consider acting sooner than later.
While you’re at it, scope out the 2015 pickup trucks, like the 2015 Chevy Silverado, available as a full-size light or heavy-duty pickup truck, the mid-size 2015 Chevy Colorado, and the new for 2016 diesel option Colorado Duramax, available now at DePaula Chevy Albany, NY.
Depending on your driving needs, you’re sure to find a Chevy truck that helps you work more efficiently and have fun tackling your tasks. After all, there’s no better time to shop the pickup truck segment than during Chevy’s Truck Month.
The 2016 Colorado Duramax – Diesel, Baby!
Voted Motor Trend’s Truck of the Year for 2015, the new Colorado Duramax is ready to take on 2016 with a new engine option and cutting-edge technology.
This midsize truck is a study in efficient capability and Best-in-Class performance, meaning you don’t have to choose one over the other to get what you want.
Consider the engine options, a trio of taskmasters that mean business.
Standard equipment comes from the 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder engine, which, thanks to its Direct Injection and Variable Valve Timing, has enough muscle to tow a maximum of 3,500 pounds with fuel efficiency EPA-estimated at 27 highway mpg.
Stepping up to the V6 offering, the Colorado gets 26 mpg on the highway and features Spark Ignition Direct Injection, along with deceleration fuel cutoff. This is the truck to choose if you want to boast Best-in-Class horsepower, rated at 305 hp, along with towing power rated at a maximum of 7,000 pounds.
But to really drive the best of both words with respect to efficiency and power, check out the new for 2016 Duramax 2.8-liter Turbo-Diesel engine, the only midsize pickup truck to offer a diesel drivetrain in the entire midsize pickup truck segment.
The 2016 Chevy Colorado Takes on Technology
In addition to the power and efficiency prowess, the 2016 Chevy Colorado lineup is tech-savvy, the first midsize truck with available 4G LTE Wi-Fi, supported by Chevy’s OnStar system, which can be fully customized on the eight-inch touch-screen display. New Apple CarPlay integrates with your iPhone, allowing you to access your music preferences and even text messages right on the truck’s screen.
The Chevy MyLink also supports Pandora radio, and the steering wheel features controls that allow drivers to access and operate music, phone, and voice command technologies. Getting lost on a weekend road trip is no longer a threat, thanks to the MyLink Radio with Navigation capabilities.
Another helpful and convenient MyLink feature comes from the RemoteLink service, which comes standard for five years and makes it possible for you to remotely start, lock, and unlock your vehicle, as well as find your truck in a crowded parking lot by activating the lights and horn.
Setting the Safety Standard in the 2016 Chevy Colorado
As always, Chevy’s commitment to safety is clear with the passive and active features found in the 2016 Chevy Colorado. Standard safety is supported by the truck’s high-strength steel frame and reinforced safety cage, along with a strategically-placed collection of airbags, including seat-mounted side-impact, head-curtain side-impact, and dual-state frontal airbags.
A rear camera also comes standard this year. Also, drivers get Chevy’s OnStar and Automatic Crash Response for six months standard.
In the event of an accident the 2016 Chevy Colorado immediately turns off the fuel pump, while turning on the interior and hazard lights, and unlocking the doors so that emergency personnel can easily locate and address any possible injuries.
Of course, safety can always be enhanced, and to that end Chevy offers the available Lane Departure and Forward Collision alerts.
Make an Entrance in the 2016 Chevy Colorado
Body styles in the 2016 Chevy Colorado are offered as the double cab with long bed and crew cab with the choice of long or short beds. Four trim levels include the base, the LT, the WT, and the top of the line, Z71.
The Colorado can be equipped with 16, 17, or 18-inch wheels and coated in any of the nine stunning exterior colors, including Red Hot, Red Rock Metallic, Laser Blue, Silver Ice Metallic, Summit White, Black, Cyber Gray Metallic, Brownstone Metallic, and Rainforest Green Metallic.
On the inside of the Colorado, expect an interior covered in either cloth, leather or vinyl materials.
Chevy offers two unique customization options for the 2016 Colorado as the Z71 Trail Boss or the Midnight Edition.
The Z71 Trail Boss, as its name suggests, is designed for off-road dominance and all-terrain explorations. Features on the Trail Boss include 17-inch Black painted wheels wrapped in Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac 265/65R17 all-terrain tires, a sport bar equipped with LED trail lights, black three-inch round rocker steps, all-weather floor mats emblazoned with the Z71 logo, black fender flares and Chevy emblems, and a spray-on bedliner.
For an intimidating appearance, consider the Midnight Edition, which blacks out the exterior of the Colorado with details like black Chevy emblems, black spray-on bedliner, black 18-inch wheels, black grille, Chevy doorsill plates, and a soft folding tonneau cover.
Already on sale at DePaula Chevy Albany, NY, the 2016 Chevy Colorado is priced to start at the MSRP of $20,100.
Between Chevy’s commitment to outstanding vehicles and charitable giving, we’re confident that you’ll want to “Find New Roads” behind the wheel of a Chevy pickup before “Truck Month” comes to an end.