Available on LT and Z71 trucks, the $2895–$2995 kit includes a 1.0-inch lift, skid plates, red tow hooks, and 17-inch wheels.
Like its big sibling the Silverado, the Chevy Colorado pickup will offer a Trail Boss off-road package starting for the 2022 model year. The dealer-installed extra will be offered for $2995 on LT models and $2895 on Z71 models, and it includes a suspension lift, different wheels, skid plates, and a few visual modifications—similar to the AT4 trim level already offered for its mechanical twin, the GMC Canyon.
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