Over the past few years full-size trucks got bigger and bigger and midsize trucks began to vanish. The Chevrolet Colorado went out of production for three years, until recently when it made its triumphant return, completely redone and better than ever.
The Chevrolet Colorado was definitely not the largest truck in competition for the 2015 Motor Trend Truck of the Year, but it turned out to be the best in more of the Motor Trend judging categories than anything else.
For many, midsize pickups appeal to a more modest sense of size, and when the Colorado reappeared it trounced the Toyota Tacoma and Nissan Frontier in a comparison test, clearly marking itself as a segment leader. No other vehicle tested stands out as much as the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado.
Motor Trend editors praised the Colorado test models for not only out-performing the other Truck of the Year contenders, but for doing so while being the least expensive truck tested. In fact, the Colorado was three times less than the Ford F-450 tested. The lower price never left the editors wanting for more, proving good things do come in small packages.
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