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The new 4.3 is based on the LS 5.7
I guess people are complaining that it spins rod bearing "like the old 4.3L "
But I read an article about the 4.3 just port the heads add a big cam and boost 1100 hp! Holy cow
Not bad pricing at all
that might probly get recalled before sales start
The rest of the world got this truck years ago, my last Colorado was a piece of crap, no lowered sports truck, NO THANKS.
Looks like a Toyota
Zach Sheppard those are the power numbers for older 4.3s the new ones make over 200hp and its not a hp maker but has over 300 lb ft of torque now
You're stupid... That's all I'm saying.
Dawayne Capshaw the ecoboost F150 doesn't come in close to this price. Cheapest ive seen one is still over $30k
Haha Aj now see, that truck catches my eye. The truck is nice!!!
essa é a S-10 americana que lá tem o nome de Colorado...vi nas revistas que a nossa S-10 será reestilizada em 2015, provavelmente será próximo disso...
For a small truck mabey but it dosent have much torque and the I-5 got as bad mpgs as a v8 if you put your foot into it at all. They should use a diesel 4 cyl if they just have to use one that small or the v6 from the camaro or the 4.3 from the full size with its 285 hp and 305 torque
205 is alot
Geddy Ladd here you go.
Liters mean nothing. HP and Torque mean a lot.
This is why ford don't make the ranger anymore
I had a Colorado and it was a piece of crap. water pump and abs and main circuit board all went out within the first year. I got my 2010 Chevy Silverado for for 20,000 why would anyone want a midsize when you can get a fullsize for the same price. Just saying
hosicks.com will take your orders for the GMC Canyon
Toyota's 4.0 v-6 @ 236hp / 266 ft/tq in Tacoma and 270hp /278 ft/tq in the 4Runner is a way better engine than the GM 3.6 v-6 especially for truck use. I have a 2011 4Runner the 4.0L has no problem moving the 4,200 lbs SUV 0-60 in 6.9 sec. When pulling loads torque is what counts not horsepower, The 4.0L is a true truck engine lots of torque at low rpms, the 3.6L needs high rpms to make hp and tq
Ram 1500 HEMI OR PENTASTAR!
A four cylinder? Geesh I hope the 4.3 Liter Vortec V6 is an option...
Really looking forward to the release of this truck. Especially if and when the aftermarket gets behind it. With the right lift and parts underneath this truck could probably run 35" inch tires w/ the big motor and handle them well. Be nice competition for a slightly built Tacoma.
Still better than any other brand
Gm is a joke..RECALL !!!
Catching on fire and blowing up too!
Devin M Kulish yeeeah manual trans!
I'll wait to see what the next Tacoma and Frontier look like.
I think its just for fuel economy
Eco boost lol my buddy had one blew up with 20k on it.Ford motors for 10+ years have been crap
Oh and btw a 4.3 only makes 195hp..Tacoma 4.0v6 236 tacoma 4cyl 159 so these new colorados with 300hp v6 and 205hp 4cyl are pretty good in power department
They are putting the camaro v6 also and in a few years a 4cyl dura max with 300ft pounds tq
I'll wait til the 2016 Nissan's, I'm sure it won't have recall after recall.
Stephen 205 hp is pretty impressive for a 4 cyl I just feel like they need a little more engine underneath
A 200hp I4 was impressive in the 1990's. In fact, this particular I4 barely has more hp than a honda civic from that era but has half a liter displacement advantage. I would call this 2.5l fairly standard and underpowered considering the platform.
I've had ford ram and Chevy... They all suck.
I'll wait for the diesel engines. My 05 180Kmi Colorado held up surprisingly well.
Let me know when the babyD is available and I'll take a second look. However, if the cost will be $40k then forget about it. I can already purchase the Ram 1500 Big Horn EcoDiesel 4x4 for the same price.
This just in, recalls already issued for this new line up.
The 3.7L i-5 was enough power 240/240. 205hp isn't bad if you don't tow anything.
Still hangin on to that eh? You must be a riot at parties.
At least the Chevy aint in flames on the side of the road.
I refuse to pay extra for the novelty of a comfortably smaller pickup.
So if I want the base model with no options I can get for a decent price but choosing an optional engine or higher trim level and now the price is same or more than full-size base model pickups. These were/are the same problems I've had in the past when considering smaller pickups and it seems as if GM did not learn from history nor did they learn from other competitors with same flawed price structure.
It will be nice to see the smaller trucks back in the market again. I have a full size truck that is about 2" to long to get in my garage. I need a pickup but not necessarily a full size one and I'm going to check these out when they get some on the dealers lots. This will allow me to keep use of a pickup without shoveling snow off of it during the winter since it can be kept in my garage.
I said it once, and I'll say it again. Put a manual 6 speed behind the diesel and you got my money GM. But we all know that wont happen. Ill keep my Ram.
If I was a little dude I'd get one with 4x4 and that baby diesel if its out yet.
Look at all the ford queens, pathetic fools