2023 Chevy Colorado Towing Capacity

March 25th, 2023 by

2023 Chevy Colorado on Trail

When you need a midsize pickup for all your adventures outside of Tacoma, consider the famed Chevy Colorado. The 2023 Chevy Colorado is optimized for off-road performance, with entire trim levels and features dedicated to taking you off the beaten path. But, when you venture off-road, will you be able to tow your favorite gear?

Yes! The Chevy Colorado towing capacity reaches up to 7,700 pounds when properly equipped, giving Auburn drivers enough capability to bring their favorite toys along for the ride. Whether it’s a folding camper or a jet ski, the 2023 Colorado is happy to bring it along. Get all the details about the Chevy Colorado towing capacity with Sunset Chevrolet and then browse our inventory to find the right Colorado for your lifestyle.



2023 Chevy Colorado Towing Capacity & Engine Specs

How much Chevy towing capacity you get from your Colorado will depend on the engine you choose. Drivers can find the exact power they need for their Puyallup drives among the three engines available, some of which are tied to specific trims. Find out more about the Chevy Colorado towing capacity by engine below:

2.7L Turbo Engine

  • 237 hp
  • 260 lb-ft of torque
  • Paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission
  • 3,500-pound towing capacity
  • Available on the WT and LT trims

2.7L Turbo Plus Engine

  • 310 hp
  • 391 lb-ft of torque
  • 8-speed automatic transmission
  • 7,700-pound towing capacity
  • Available on the WT, LT, Z71, and Trail Boss trims

2.7L Turbo High-Output Engine

  • 310 hp
  • 430 lb-ft of torque
  • 8-speed automatic transmission
  • 7,700-pound towing capacity
  • Available on the ZR2 trim

2023 Chevy Colorado Towing Package

So, what does “properly equipped” mean when it comes to Chevy towing capacity? For one, it means choosing the right engine as seen above. It also means opting for the available Chevy Colorado Trailering Package. The Trailering Package comes with these important features to help you tow safely around Sumner:

  • A 2-inch receiver hitch, 4-pin, and 7-pin connectors
  • A 7-wire electrical harness and 7-pin sealed connector for connecting your trailer’s lights and brakes to your vehicle
  • A 4-way sealed connector for use on trailers without brakes to hook up parking lamps, brake lamps, and right and left turn signals
  • An automatic locking rear differential

Find Out More About Chevy Towing Capacity at Sunset Chevrolet!

Are you ready to feel the power of a 2023 Chevy Colorado? Hop behind the wheel when you contact Sunset Chevrolet to set up a test drive! Our team will go over all the performance features and Chevy towing capacity you can expect from your favorite trim. Before you stop in, check out our new vehicle specials to see how Sunset Chevrolet can help you save on a new Chevy Colorado!


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