While the Chevy Colorado ZR2 delivers quite the off-road experience for prospective customers, General Motors also offers the ZR2 Bison for those looking for the ultimate midsize all-terrain machine. Now, GM Authority has learned how much the all-new 2024 Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison will cost.
The Colorado ZR2 Bison features a starting MSRP of $60,095, which includes a $1,595 destination freight charge. Notably, the freight charge is actually up $100 from the $1,495 fee for the 2023 Colorado.
For reference, the Bison package adds $11,700 to the price of the “regular” 2024 Colorado ZR2. In addition, the ZR2 Bison costs $2,505 more than the 2023 Colorado ZR2 Desert Boss Special Edition, which it indirectly replaces in the midsize pickup truck’s portfolio.
As a reminder, the 2024 Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison ups the ante in regard to all-terrain prowess by adding a suite of go-anywhere features over the ZR2. These include Boron steel skid plates and rocker protectors, segment-exclusive Multimatic front and rear Jounce Control Dampers and DSSV dampers. Off-road specs include 12.2 inches of ground clearance, along with a 38.2-degree approach angle, a 26-degree departure angle, and a 26.9-degree break-over angle.
Under the hood, the ZR2 Bison is equipped with the TurboMax turbocharged 2.7L I4 L3B gasoline engine, rated at 310 horsepower and 430 pound-feet of torque. Output is directed to the wheels through the second-gen GM eight-speed automatic transmission, as well as a two-speed transfer case and power-locking front and rear differentials.