The 2023 Chevy Colorado offers countless improvements and enhancements over the outgoing second-generation model, including a wider stance, modern-exterior styling, a completely overhauled cabin and the latest in-vehicle technologies. It will also offer a vast range of available accessories, with customers set to have access to over 200 individual parts and components from the Chevrolet Accessories catalog.
During its official debut presentation for the 2023 Chevy Colorado, GM confirmed it would offer more than 200 accessories for the newly enhanced mid-size pickup, which will include a wide variety of components such as rear sport bars, brush guards, cargo racks and cargo management products, floor mats, accessory wheels and more.
“Leaning into the success from the current generation, the 2023 Colorado has a significant number of on- and off-road accessories available for any trim,” the automaker said in a media release. “In an effort to allow each customer to build their off-road dream truck, the off-road accessory portfolio has more than doubled from previous model years.”
Customers will be able to use accessories to create their ideal 2023 Chevy Colorado. For example, a customer may desire the lower entry price of the Colorado in the LT trim level, but may also desire certain off-road components like rock rails, or off-road wheels and tires. The Chevrolet Accessories catalog will enable them to do this via LPO-level, dealer-installed parts, with the revised catalog promising to offer a little bit of something for everyone.
As many GM Authority readers will already know, the 2023 Chevy Colorado trim level lineup will include the entry-level Work Truck (WT), the aforementioned LT, as well as the returning Z71 and ZR2 off-road models and the all-new Trail Boss.
Production of the 2023 Chevy Colorado is slated to kick off on January 25th, 2023 at the GM Wentzville plant in Missouri. More details on what kind of accessories GM has developed for the truck, along with official pricing, are expected to be divulged closer to the start of production next year.