Does the Chevy Colorado have good gas mileage?

The Colorado’s forgettable four-cylinder earns EPA ratings of up to 19 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway. The V-6 is rated at up to 18 mpg city and 25 highway. When subjected to our 75-mph highway fuel-economy route, the six-cylinder Colorado crew cab returned 23 mpg.

How many miles will a 2007 Chevy Colorado last?

If properly maintained, you can expect a Chevy Colorado to last anywhere from 250,000 to 300,000 or more miles with most original parts. While this is an estimation, you should expect to get 200,000 miles at the very least. Most owners report getting significant mileage out of their Chevy Colorado.

How much gas mileage does a Chevy Colorado get?

According to the EPA, the Colorado ZR2 4WD gets the worst fuel economy among small trucks. It manages just 16 MPG in the city and 18 MPG on the highway, averaging out at 17 MPG combined.

How much gas does a 2007 Chevy Colorado hold?

With the Colorado’s 21-gallon fuel tank, the 2WD model offers an estimated maximum highway range of 651 miles per tank.

What Chevy Colorado gets 30 mpg?

2.5L I-4 2.8L Turbo-Diesel
City 19 mpg (2WD) 19 mpg (4WD) 20 mpg (2WD) 19 mpg (4WD) 18 mpg (ZR2)
Highway 25 mpg (2WD) 24 mpg (4WD) 30 mpg (2WD) 28 mpg (4WD) 22 mpg (ZR2)

Do any trucks get 30 mpg?

The pickup trucks that can reach the 30mpg are the GMC Sierra with the Duramax Diesel, the Ram 1500 with the etorque engine, and the Silverado with the Dynamic Fuel Management. Of course if you want to go a little smaller, you can get the Ford Ranger with the 2.3 Liter ecoboost as well.

Which Chevy Colorado engine is best?

Duramax Engine The 3.6-liter V6 engine offers several best-in-class specs, including horsepower (305), towing capacity (7,000 pounds), and fuel economy (18 city/26 highway mile per gallon efficiency), and it includes 269 pounds-feet of torque, to boot.