General Motors has released the first images of the new 2022 Chevy Colorado Trail Boss package.
The newly introduced Trail Boss package for the 2022MY Chevy Colorado bridges the gap between the Z71 trim level and the ultra-capable Colorado ZR2. The package will be tagged with RPO code PEC and will add the following LPO-level, dealer installed equipment to the mid-size pickup:
- 17″ 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)
These upgrades give the Chevy Colorado a more off-road-focused exterior and some added capability to back up the truck’s burly outward appearance. The package is offered on both the LT and Z71 trim levels equipped with four-wheel-drive.
As we noted previously, the Colorado Trail Boss Package with the LT trim level 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.
It’s worth noting that GM previously offered a similar Trail Boss package on the 2015 and 2016MY Chevy Colorado, which 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.
We’re still awaiting pricing for the Chevy Colorado Trail Boss package, as well as the entire 2022 Chevy Colorado lineup. Pricing for the 2021MY Chevy Colorado starts at $26,685 for the Work Truck (WT) trim level with two-wheel-drive including a $1,195 destination charge. Considering the mid-cycle update for the Chevy Colorado was released for the 2021MY, we don’t anticipate any major changes to the model’s pricing structure for the 2022MY.