In July, the 2022 Chevy Colorado mid-size pickup introduced an all-new Trail Boss Package for off-roading enthusiasts. However, GM Authority has learned that the package is unavailable to order for the time being. It’s unclear if this is a supplier issue.
- 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-inch Leveling Kit (RPO SQS)
- Performance Front Skid Plate (RPO SIQ)
- Performance Mid Skid Plate (RPO SIR)
The Trail Boss Package is normally available on the Colorado in the LT and Z71 trim levels equipped with four-wheel drive, and with all three engine options. For 2022, both the LT and Z71 trims are available in Extended Cab, Crew Cab Short Box, and Crew Cab Long Box body configurations.
In spite of the current unavailability of the all-new package, GM is showcasing a specially prepared 2022 Chevy Colorado Z71 equipped with the Trail Boss Package this week at the 2021 SEMA Show, featuring a variety of official Chevrolet Accessories, including the Chevrolet Performance 1-inch front leveling kit, Chevrolet Performance underbody skid plates, Red front recovery hooks and 17-inch ZR2-spec Black accessory wheels. This unique version also features a rear bed cap and a rooftop tent manufactured by Freespirit Recreation.
Readers with long memories may recall the Trail Boss Package that was briefly offered on the 2015 and 2016 model-year 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.
The 2022 Chevy Colorado will continue to offer the same powertrain options, which include the naturally aspirated 3.6L V6 LGZ and 2.5L I4 LCV gasoline engines along with the 2.8L I4 LWN turbo-diesel “baby Duramax” engine. As we reported previously, the mid-size truck is currently not being built with the LCV engine as a result of a parts constraint, although the LGZ and LWN engines remain in production.