This is How Much a 2018 Chevy Colorado ZR2 Will Cost by Stephen Elmer February 8, 2017February 8, 2017 Share Comments Chevrolet’s new midsize off roader, the Colorado ZR2, will be leaving dealerships in the spring for at least $40,995. The small pickup from Chevy includes front and rear electronic locking differentials, new Multimatic Dynamic Suspensions Spool Valve dampers, a 3.5-inch wider track, a 2-inch lift and off-road technology that runs the powertrain. Buyers will be offered a choice between a crew cab with a short bed or an extended cab with a long bed. A dealer-installed bed-mounted spare tire carrier is another option, along with a full-length black vinyl floor that is being offered at no cost. The standard engine is a 3.6-liter V6 good for 308 horsepower and 275 lb-ft of torque, though the 2.8-liter Duramax diesel is also available, offering 368 lb-ft of torque and 186 horsepower. The cost of the diesel upgrade from the 3.6-liter V6 has not yet been released. The list of standard features is long, including a spray-in bedliner, tow hooks, Chevy MyLink infotainment with an eight-inch touchscreen, an all-terrain spare tire, 31-inch Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac tires, an aluminum skid plate and more. Every ZR2 built will be come with four-wheel drive. Chevy is looking to take on the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro, a truck which has a starting price of $43,700 with an automatic transmission. With a manual, an option the Chevy doesn’t offer, the Tacoma TRD Pro costs $41,700, still undercut by the Chevy by nearly $1,000. The 2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 goes on sale this spring.