Eye on the Storm: Why Colorado High Country Storm deserves a second look


Stance-wise, the Colorado High Country Storm is a bit of a monster truck. It’s essentially a beefed-up and more hardcore-looking version of the regular Colorado.

The Colorado High Country Storm is equipped with advanced driving safety features, most notably, cruise control, lane departure warning, forward collision alert, tire pressure monitoring system, front and rear parking assist, rear camera with dynamic guidelines, trailer sway control, apart from traction control system, hill start assist, hill descent control, electronic stability control—which all come in handy when road and terrain get a bit rough.

Chevy Philippines makes sure owning one is a bliss: the Colorado High Country Storm comes with a special 5-year warranty coverage (a 3-year bumper-to-bumper warranty plus a 2-year warranty on the power train or 100,000 km, whichever comes first).

Also, owners are automatically enrolled in the 24/7 Chevrolet Emergency Roadside Support for three years, with an option to renew on the fourth year of ownership.

It’s more fun inside the Colorado High Country Storm since the 8-inch multi-function touch screen features the latest Chevrolet MyLink Infotainment system (multiple smartphone OS compatibility) equipped with Siri Eyes Free and voice recognition software.

It’s also compatible with Apple CarPlay, which allows occupants to make calls, read, write, and send text messages, listen to music, and use other applications on an iPhone.

Like the rest of its brethren, the Colorado High Country Storm has been engineered with a variety of locales and road conditions in mind, led by an experienced team of GM engineers from Brazil, Thailand, and Australia.

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