In September, Chevrolet showed the 2019 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison, a skid-plated version of the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2, already equipped with sneaky, front and rear lockers. It's not surprising that Bison is selling 50s because the ZR2 alone costs more than $ 42,000.
One of the key features that distinguish Bison from the standard ZR2 apart from the obvious CHEVROLET grille is the skid plate package that protects the oil pan, fuel tank, transmission case and differential with "Hot-stamped boron steel" plate. US Expedition Vehicle. You can recognize the company as a company that turns Wrangler into a pickup truck.
Other changes to Bison include steel front and rear bumpers, with hooks integrated in the latter case. And there are AEV wheels, big mud flames, and optional snorkels. It is actually shaped like an arm with an arm bend and a jaw.
Chevy and AEV today announced that they all will cost an additional $ 5,750 more than the standard ZR2. This brings the total price to $ 48,045 for a total taxi and $ 49,645 for a cab taxi.
It makes it one of the most expensive mid-size trucks you can buy today, it is still well below the base price of a larger Ford bullion taboo over $ 54,000. It would be interesting to see Jeep pull out of his pocket when he shows his pickup in LA in mid-month.