While the U.S. still gobbles up nearly every Chevrolet Colorado hitting dealer lots, the truck’s Asian/Oceania cousin was spied backpacking in… Europe?
The Chevrolet Colorado isn’t sold in the European market, but we suppose that shouldn’t it stop it from being tested there. AutoEvolution and its spy photographers snapped a few shots of the facelifted 2016 Chevrolet and Holden Colorado, and it seems the front end it in for the most changes.
The front bumper seems to have taken on a less angular look, especially in the familiar split grille that has graced Chevrolets and Holdens for some time now. A great deal of care has been taken in ensuring the front end remains a mystery, though. The headlights have been covered, and the grille skewed with boxing and shapes to throw our curious eyes off.
The 2016 Colorado was seen testing with its diesel Trailblazer brethren, meaning this is most likely a 2.8-liter Duramax powered test mule. Other details are scarce, though. Expect the same configurations to be offered including a single, space and crew cab. The LTZ trim should remain the range-topping variant for Holden, especially with the Z71 recently introduced, while the Asian market will most likely see the Colorado High Country nameplate stick around.