2023 Colorado Offers Performance and Safety
Standard & Available 2023 Chevrolet Colorado Safety Features
The capability of midsize truck platforms like the Chevrolet Colorado is well-covered territory. However, simply being a class leader in performance and towing is only part of the story. The truck also needs to function as a safe and reliable automobile — another area where the Colorado excels. The standard and available safety features that come with the 2023 Chevrolet Colorado will keep people safe, regardless of where they are traveling. Take a look at the active safety features broadly available with the latest version of the 2023 Colorado.
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Which 2023 Colorado Safety Features are Standard?
Every 2023 Chevrolet Colorado that will be sold or leased at Ernie Dean GM will be equipped with Chevrolet Safety Assist. The six advanced systems that comprise Chevrolet Safety Assist include:
- Forward Collision Alert
- Automatic Emergency Braking
- Front Pedestrian & Bicyclist Braking
- Lane Keep Assist w/ Lane Departure Warning
- Following Distance Indicator
- Intellibeam Automatic High Beams
Each of these sensors helps drivers maintain situational awareness, like another set of eyes that are always looking for hazards around the truck.
Additional Advanced Safety Features
Higher 2023 Colorado trims naturally come with more advanced technology, including additional safety systems. The extra safety sensors provide additional protections in heavier traffic conditions. These features include:
- Blide Zone Steering Assist
- Rear Cross Traffic Braking
- Adaptive Cruise Control
- Rear Pedestrian Alert
Selectable Drive Modes
Traction control is a major element of driving safety, whether dealing with deteriorating weahter conditions or getting out on the trails for some fun. Chevrolet engineers made five modes available for 2023 Colorado to consider based on their needs, including:
- Normal: For balanced on-road driving
- Tow/Haul: Optimizes transmission and throttle response for towing and hauling cargo
- Off-Road: Makes imperceptible changes to various systems for driving in general off-road envinroments
- Terrain: Built for low-speed rock crawling using very specific throttle and brake settings
- Baja: Used for high-speed driving in loose sand or desert environments
There is so much to learn about the 2023 Chevrolet Colorado. Make an appointment with an Ernie Dean GM product expert today to start the pre-ordering process.