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by Dan Frio, Automotive Editor on February 1, 2016 We've wrapped up our year with the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado. Anticipation was high for Chevy's return to the midsize truck market and everyone wanted to know: "Is it as good as the Tacoma? by Ronald Montoya, Senior Consumer Advice Editor on November 10, 2015 I was ready to take Car Max's offer of ,000 on our 2015 Chevrolet Colorado when a colleague suggested I call Keyes Chevrolet in Van Nuys.It was close enough to my home and figured it couldn't hurt to give them a try. He put me in touch with Sergio, the used car manager.

For reference, we paid ,537 before tax and title when we bought the truck last November. by Jonathan Elfalan, Road Test Editor on October 26, 2015 Beach living in California has its benefits, but space to stretch out isn't one.Street parking in my neighborhood is not only competitive, but heavily constrained and monitored even for permitted residents.This means garages serve primarily as vehicle storage and not foosball rec rooms.If the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado were my daily driver, I'd be screwed. by Carlos Lago, Road Test Editor on October 21, 2015 I used our 2015 Chevrolet Colorado this weekend to help my girlfriend move.It performed the task excellently, its bed able to transport a seemingly endless supply of boxes labeled "Clothing," and its smaller size enabling easy access through some of the tighter streets and parking lots I repeatedly drove through.

The seats were comfortable and the air-conditioning — crucially — cold.

And as necessitated by the Holy Scripture of Moving, I made the requisite number of trips to The Home Depot.

It was cute parking the Colorado next to the smoke stack-wielding heavy-duty pick-ups in the lot.

It was even better avoiding the Austin Powers-esque X-point turn some of these hulking, clattering shrines to manliness had to make to get out of their parking spots. This, Toyota's big foray into the full-size pickup truck segment, looked about the same size as our compact Colorado. by Travis Langness, Social Media Editor on October 19, 2015 When I drive our long-term 2015 Chevrolet Colorado, or any car in our fleet, it becomes a victim of the insanely litigious and comically-crowded parking lot known as Santa Monica.

This means a lot of tandem- and parallel-parking scenarios where every inch counts.

And since I don't want to be by Travis Langness, Social Media Editor on October 14, 2015 We drove our long-term 2015 Chevrolet Colorado about 2,000 miles in September.