Chevy celebrates a century of trucks with Colorado Centennial Edition

Commemorating a brand milestone
by Jason Tulio | Nov 19, 2017
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Keeping something going for 100 years is no small feat. That's a lot longer than most of us will even be alive. Back in 1918, Chevrolet entered the truck market with the Model T ("One-Ton") and it hasn't stopped since. To celebrate a century of Chevy trucks on the production line, the country's official distributor The Covenant Car Company has launched a special-edition pickup for the occasion.

Pictured here is the new Colorado Centennial Edition, which features some special nods to Chevy's history. In the front and rear are heritage bowtie emblems, while the front doors have special '100 years' badges. Because this pickup will be sold in limited numbers, each one has a vehicle build number displayed as badges on the front doors and hood decals. Underneath are black 18in alloys, and the bedliner, fender flares, and tubular body sports bar come as standard.

The new pickup is powered by the same 2.8-liter turbodiesel found on regular higher-end Colorados, with 200hp and 500Nm on tap. Safety features include Panic Brake Assist, Roll-Over Mitigation, and Trailer Sway Control. Inside, the 8in touchscreen comes with the latest Chevrolet MyLink system and Siri Eyes Free.

The Colorado Centennial Edition will be available in dealerships starting November 30. It costs P1,848,888 and comes in Summit White paint. If you want to see it up close, it'll be featured in the Chevrolet Motorama at SM Megamall from November 30 to December 6.






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