2021 Colorado Technology Spotlight in Sheridan, WY
One of the best midsize trucks on the market is the 2021 Chevrolet Colorado. It’s obvious how much capability the Colorado brings to each workday and each drive, but it’s also full of useful technology that you won’t want to adventure without.
The Colorado is equipped with the latest in Chevy’s infotainment tech, which includes multiple ways to connect and charge your smart devices. Your phone can be connected via available Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™. The Colorado also has an available 4G LTE Wi-Fi® Hotspot to help you stay connected to the world even when you’re far from home.
Charge all of your devices with available wireless charging or use one of the multiple USB ports. To top it all off, you’ll have Amazon’s Alexa™ built right into your Colorado, helping you stream your favorite music, access your Amazon shopping list, and more.
In addition to a high-strength steel frame and a reinforced safety cage, the Colorado is packed with available advanced safety features. These features include things like Forward Collision Alert, Lane Departure Warning, Rear Park Assist and a standard Rear Vision Camera. These features combine to provide extra peace of mind on the road while keeping your family and friends as safe as possible.
A truck with a ton of trailering and towing capacity is nothing without the proper technology to take it to the next level. Chevy has plenty of that exact tech to offer on the Colorado pickup. One available feature is the integrated trailer brake controller, which helps provide measured brake force signaling to the trailer brake systems.
The Colorado also has a standard built-in Tow/Haul Mode that helps provide more power to accelerate while towing a trailer. It also makes it easier and safer to brake while towing. Standard Hitch Guidance provides you with a convenient guideline to assist you when you need to line things up properly.
For more information on the new 2021 Colorado’s technology and to schedule a test drive, visit us at Hammer Chevrolet today.