The Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison was recently named the Overland Truck of the Year, which makes it the first-ever truck to earn such an accolade.
Overland Journal is an expert in eco-friendly, worldwide vehicle travel, which means the editors are knowledgeable in which models are most rugged, capable, and efficient. Overland chose to evaluate the top six midsize trucks on the market, which included the Colorado ZR2 Bison among the stiff competition. Driving each vehicle thousands of miles, the judges rated trucks on payload, durability, capability, efficiency, and reliability.
“Our 2019 Overland Truck of the Year (midsize) goes to the Bison,” announced Overland Journal editor Scott Brady. “Just a list of its features makes it the truck we always wanted, only better … It checks all the boxes.”
That list of off-road features includes a small-displacement turbo-diesel, front and rear locking differentials, a winch-ready steel front bumper, heavy duty metal rear bumper with 1/4 panel protection, full-length rock sliders, and suspension that’s at the top of its class. On top of that, there are also five skid plates for underbody protection, as well as large fender flares to accommodate 17×8-inch alloy wheels, and cast-iron control arms.
What else makes the Bison stand apart? A striking exterior design that includes a tall ridge height and special badging. The Colorado ZR2 Bison is an adventurous truck that you can find and order at Clark Chevrolet. Call us to learn more.