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Infotainment System Upgrade Tops List of Changes for 2019 Chevy Colorado

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2018 Chevrolet Colorado

The 2018 Chevy Colorado

The Chevrolet Colorado mid-size pickup truck is due for a midcycle refresh in 2020. However, ahead of that overhaul, the Colorado will receive several changes and new features for the 2019 model year.

Inside the cabin, the 2019 Chevrolet Colorado will receive an infotainment system upgrade. Chevrolet Infotainment System units will take the place of Chevrolet MyLink. They will be offered with 7-inch screens for lower trims and 8-inch high-definition color touchscreens for higher trims.

A new USB port setup on the front console will feature one type-A and one type-C data port, along with an auxiliary input jack and an SD Card Reader. A second microphone will be installed on the passenger side.

In safety changes, a new HD Rear Vision Camera will now be standard on LT, Z71, and ZR2 models. A non-HD Rear Vision Camera will remain standard on Base and Work Truck models. In addition, Ultrasonic Rear Park Assist is now standard on the Z71 and available on the Work Truck and LT trims.

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Chevrolet Colorado ZR2

The 2018 Chevy Colorado’s ZR2 trim

On the exterior, three new colors will be available for the 2019 Chevy Colorado: Crush, Pacific Blue Metallic, and Shadow Gray Metallic. Four colors will be discontinued: Centennial Blue Metallic, Deepwood Green Metallic, Graphite Metallic, and Wheatland Yellow.

In other exterior changes, the Colorado’s available 18-inch Dark Argent metallic cast aluminum wheels will be offered in a new design. Meanwhile, black bowtie emblems will be added to all ZR2 models.

Rounding out Chevy’s list of changes for the 2019 Colorado, the Luxury package will now include a heated steering wheel. The Safety package will now feature Rear Park Assist. Meanwhile, the Shoreline Special Edition and the Colorado Centennial Edition will no longer be offered.

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News Source: GM Authority