Chevy Colorado Pickup Truck:
The mid-size Colorado is the newest member of Chevy's truck lineup, replacing the S-10. A frame that's more than 250 percent stiffer than the S-10's improves ride and handling. The Colorado's stance is 3-inches wider and its cab is 4-inch longer.
The Colorado is all about choices, with a lineup that includes Regular Cab, Extended Cab, and Crew Cab models, plus two bed lengths, three available suspensions and two new inline engines.
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The S-10 pickup is available in only one configuration for 2004, as a 4WD Crew Cab. Prices start at $25,245.
Standard features include Vortec 4300 V6 engine, Z85 Increased Capacity Suspension, Insta-Trac 4x4, Five-spoke cast-aluminum wheels. Deluxe Cloth high-back front reclining buckets, and AM/FM stereo with CD player.
Chevy's quick-change artist, the Avalanche, goes from a six-passenger SUV to a full-size pickup with seating for three and an eight-foot protected cargo box. The Avalanche 1500 is equipped with a Vortec 5300 5.3L V-8 engine, the 2500 with a Vortec 8100 8.1L V-8. Chevy's Hydroboost brake system is now standard on 1500 models. Available as 2WD or 4WD.
A convertible roadster/pickup that features large, flared fenders and a sculpted hood. All exterior panels are of stamped steel. The frame and chassis of the SSR are similar in design to Chevy's mid-size TrailBlazer family of SUVs. The SSR houses a new aluminum block version of GM's Vortec 5300 5.3L small-block V-8. Nineteen-inch front and 20-inch rear tires and wheels add to this unique vehicle's sporty appearance.
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The full-size Silverado pickup is GM's best-selling vehicle. New for 2004 are a roomy 1500 Series half-ton Crew Cab in 2WD or 4WD and a 2500 Series three-quarter-ton Crew Cab rated at 8,600 pounds GVWR, also available in either 2WD or 4WD. Another popular Silverado feature is Quadrasteer four-wheel steering
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