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CHEVY COLORADO TRACKER PRO

Conquer any terrain

The wild. The rough. The straight. The smooth.

Now, conquer any terrain with the all-new Chevy Colorado Tracker Pro!

Be it in the wilderness, city streets or any kind of road condition, the Colorado Tracker Pro dwarfs all other SUVs on the highway owing to its height that it can go in waters as high as 880mm, the highest in class.

Potholes and craters are nothing to the Tracker Pro with its great suspension and responsive transmission it performs more like a compact car.

Still, under the hood is pure power revved by its Duramax Turbo-Diesel engine that comes in the 2.8L displacement. The 2.8L variant comes with a Common Rail Direct Injection (CRDI) system and Variable Geometry Turbocharger with intercooler (VGTi) that provides efficient power delivery across a wide RPM band. It is capable of producing best-in-class 200 hp at 3,600 RPM and 500 Nm at 2,000 RPM.

No worry though with such a powerful horse. The Chevy Tracker Pro prides itself with great fuel economy and won’t pinch your money bag whether you go on a road trip or short errand to the grocer.

And the big haul? No problem with this monster with its winch capable of pulling 5.4 metric tons. The Tracker Pro has a 12,000-pound integrated power winch with recovery equipment package—the only pickup in-class to have it.

Take these as the Tracker Pro’s bonus: an eye-grabbing snorkel, tire gauge in the rear view mirror, compass and backing cam, lots of cupholders, folding side mirrors, six-way hydraulic seats with better ergonomics, safety door locks for dark places and a cool entertainment system.

 

So whether the Tracker Pro is your business buddy, disaster rescue vehicle, family ride or just your everyday drive, it’s time to conquer your kind of terrain.---JTD

 

For more of the all-new Chevrolet Tracker Pro, visit Chevrolet Pampanga along Jose Abad Santos Avenue, City of San Fernando, Pampanga or call 045  963  3333 and  0918  854  2789. Log on to www.lausgroup.com.ph


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