The 2022 Chevy Colorado mid-size pickup will introduce a new Trail Boss package for off-roading enthusiasts.
- 17-inch High gloss Black wheels (RPO SE0)
- Red recovery hooks (RPO W0H)
- Black tailgate lettering (RPO SB9)
- Black Colorado emblems (RPO SMG)
- Front 1″ Leveling Kit (RPO SQS)
- Performance Front Skid Plate (RPO SIQ)
- Performance Mid Skid Plate (RPO SIR)
The Trail Boss Package will be available on the LT and Z71 trim levels with four-wheel drive only. On LT trim level trucks, the Trail Boss Package will also include the Black Bowtie Emblem Package (RPO SG1) and cannot be combined with the Chrome Appearance Package (RPO WGQ), Redline Special Edition (RPO WGQ) or any LPO-level wheels. On Z71 trim level trucks, the Trail Boss Package cannot be combined with the Z71 Midnight Edition package (RPO PDN) or any LPO-level wheels.
Readers with long memories may recall the Trail Boss package that was briefly offered on the 2015MY and 2016MY Chevy Colorado. That package included different off-road-focused equipment such as an automatic locking differential, a transfer case shield, front recovery hooks and black three-inch round rocker steps, among more.
Similarly, GM also announced a Colorado Trail Boss model variant of the global Chevy Colorado, which is offered for sale in Thailand and other emerging markets. That package included black exterior emblems, an off-road Sport Bar and other such equipment.
We’re still waiting on pricing information and photos of the 2022 Chevy Colorado with the Trail Boss package, so for now, be sure to subscribe to GM Authority for more Chevrolet Colorado news, Chevrolet news and around-the-clock GM news coverage.