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Chevy Colorado Rally

Discussion in 'Chevy Colorado Forum (GMC Canyon)' started by AMac, Apr 18, 2012.

  1. AMac

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  2. tbplus10

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    It looks ready to play, I wonder what they used for the bedsides, they dont look like steel.
    I'd probably want a little more bumper up front but on the plus side it's got a winch tucked away in there.
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  3. Jeremy09LTZCrew

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    I saw a similar picture recently, but I can't think of where it was. I certainly wouldn't mind taking it for a test drive offroad. It also makes me wonder if perhaps in their effort to not focus as much on light duty full size, they're going to beef up the mid size. That could be a fun toy. I still want my full size for my daily though.
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    Looks good to me. Looks like 1t is based on the "next generation" Colorado.
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  5. Als09Sierra

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    A pair of winches and a diesel to boot. I'd love to see these around rather than those Toyota and Nissan wannabes. I don't like that they borrowed lights in the mirrors and the roof from Toyota and Nissan. Also, too much plastic on the roof.

    An aggressive and strong style are the immediate visual cues given off by the Rally Concept, which is meant to handle some serious off-road driving. A pair of integrated winches (one up front and one out back) will help should you actually manage to get the Colorado Rally Concept stuck. That ought to prove to be a difficult task, thanks to the 305/60R18 BFGoodrich Mud Terrain tires, long-travel suspension and 2.8-liter diesel engine.
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