Back in September, Chevy showed off the 2019 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison, a skid-plated version of the already beefy, front and rear locker-equipped Chevrolet Colorado ZR2. The ZR2 alone costs over $ 42,000, so it's no surprise that the Bison is pushing 50.
Plate from the obvious ZR2 aside from the obvious CHEVROLET grille is the skid plate package, which protects the oil pan, fuel tank, transfer case, and differentials with a "hot-stamped Boron steel" plate designed by American Expedition Vehicles. You could recognize that Wranglers into pickups.
Other changes for the Bison are the steel front and rear bumpers. AEV wheels, the big fender flares, which actually looks pretty bad-kind of like an arm with a flexing bicep.
Chevy and AEV announced today that all of this will cost an additional $ 5,750 over the ZR2 standard. This brings the total price to $ 48.445 for the extended cab and $ 49.645 for the crew cab.
Base price of over $ 54,000. Jeep pulls out of its pocket when it shows off its own mid-size pickup later this month in LA.