Whatever happened to break-in periods? There was a time when an auto manufacturer required a period of a thousand miles or more before it was recommended to drive your vehicle like you hate it. Today, however, things must be different − how else to explain the first oil change in 10,000 miles?
So it’s with bated breath that we watch the owner of this 400-mile 2015 Chevrolet Colorado extended cab with a long bed going down the 1320. Is it Kosher? Does it have Chevrolet’s blessing in the owner’s manual? Yet the pass down the strip is uneventful as the driver seemingly makes a low-16-second pass. We didn’t manage to test acceleration during our test drive but those times are probably on par for the optional 3.6L V6 (good for 305 horsepower and 269 lb-ft of torque) paired to a six-speed automatic.
Take a look at the below video to watch the driver make a pass while giving his commentary on his new purchase.