Utilize this forum thread to post ordering, tracking, and option information exclusive to the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2.
At this moment, there are no aftermarket solutions. I can assure you though that will change in due time as the sales are catching up to the Tacoma. They just haven't been out long enough and not enough people dropping coin on them initially. The ZR2 will open a lot of doors for the platform as a lot of aftermarket parts will fit both. Im willing to put a fair amount of money that the Elockers will not be able to be integrated into the non ZR2 as surely all of that is built into the BCM, and those are not interchangeable between years. I'm purely basing this off any other electrical option that have been added as the years go on.So if I tow about 5500-5900 I would be better off getting a diesel Z71 crew cab & adding lift, tires, & lockers aftermarket? Sorry I know this is all easy done on Tacoma's, so many great after market products available, but never see this on Colorado's. is this fairly easily do able? I am one that can't have stock, as well do not like the stance (raised rear ended) want to level/ lift so front end is level.
When I say easy I am not a gear head type mechanical guy so would have a reputable shop do the lift etc
I will be sometime this year! Can't wait to get rid of my Wrangler. I love it but have had WAY too many problems with engine/transmission etc. Don't EVER buy a Chrysler product....horrible quality.
I'll wait for the configurator to go live on the Chevy site. I need to play around with options, and I'm really irked that the longbed crew was nixed for the ZR2, so I'll have more time to decide whether the front locker and stance is worth the cost of cargo space and camper volume.