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2015 Chevrolet Colorado Adds Box Delete, Seat Delete Options

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The 2015 Chevrolet Colorado now offers a box-delete option for buyers who don't want a traditional pickup bed. While standard pickup trucks are incredibly versatile vehicles, some industries require specialized frames and compartments on the back of their fleet vehicles. Now Chevrolet will provide customers a Chevrolet Colorado without the cargo box, so it's ready for upfitting.

The special box delete is offered exclusively on two-wheel-drive extended cab models of the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado in Work Truck trim, with the 305hp 3.6-liter V-6 with the six-speed automatic transmission. By electing to delete the box, buyers receiver a $300 credit off the truck's price.

Along with a more modular platform, the box-delete comes with a 2,200 lb. payload rating, temporary taillamps on the rear of the frame, and a rear-bumper delete. Every box-deleted Colorado comes with the Z82 trailering package, a full-size spare tire , and a locking differential. Chevrolet says the box-delete offers a versatile platform for adding a flat-bed, enclosed cargo box, or other special made rear-box sectionals.

Chevrolet also allows Colorado buyers to delete the truck's rear seat, freeing up valuable storage space in the cabin behind the driver for maximum utility. The seat can be deleted regardless of whether or not the Colorado is equipped with the box-delete option.

This box-delete option is just one in a long line of special editions, trim levels, and customization General Motors offers for the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon. The most recent packages include a Colorado GearOn Edition and a Canyon Nightfall appearance pack.


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if i was to do this id just get it with the box and try to sell it else where...I would think the box would coast more than $300.
I'm sure these new options are geared toward commercial/fleet owners. When buying several trucks at once it becomes a hassle to remove and resell the beds. Though I agree the $300 discount doesn't sound like much.

I haven't seen of any utility boxes for the newer trucks yet.
Yeah the yards around here get 900-1800 for the factory take off boxes
This has been an option since the last 30 from Nissan down here at mexico. Toyota and Hyundai joined this option a few years ago.

Sales of this trim levels are extremely popular here.

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oh! forgot to tell you this very rare and crazy option, but large companies use that "chasis" option as a mini semi truck

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Would like to see the dual wheel option on the Colorado !!!
Be cool to build a dually outta my 355 !!! LOL
Yep I've been thinking in customizing a lifted crew cab and make it look like a mini Silverado dually HD
Somethin like this

I knew a guy building one once... don't think it ever saw the light of day.
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