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Any word on the Colorado SS Yet?????


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Was wondering if anyone has heard anything about the Colorado SS being produced or not. With the layoffs and plant closings coming the chances are not great. I read that Ford will not be producing the SVT Explorer Sport Trak and has dropped the Lincoln LS from production. Would be great if GM did product it as I'm a ready willing buyer. I have an 2002 Z06 Corvette and an SS Colorado would be a great addition to the family.

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hey! first post huh? welcome aboard! I haven't heard anything, but it would be one rad rod if they decided to produce them! :flag:

 

I'm not GM but I play one on TV, don't expect it soon if ever. They are killing the SSR so the Colorado SS as seen won't come to be. With the talk of a Vette SS(geez why, stingray maybe but for all that is good and holy in Detroit NOT SS) the chance of the Colorado SS is even more slim.

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The Colorados turn radius would greatly improve due to increased HP, if ya know what I mean. Thats the main reason I got rid of mine, I believe that my SSS turns tighter than it did.Of course the full size truck and 345 HP were a plus.

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If GM kills the SSR they might as well produce the Colorado SS. They stuck a SC on a freakin' Cobalt, why not a Colorado SS. I really can't believe some of the so-called SS vehicles GM is trying to make. Who needs a Cobalt SS :confused: Monte Carlo SS is a joke. I do like the Impala SS though. Someone at work has one and it's pretty sharp. Will GM ever give us what we want? :cry:

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I don't see why GM wouldn't produce a Colorado SS either. But, that's typical GM, they give you what they want you to have, not what you necessarliy want. I think this type of mindset plays a big part in why GM is in the situation they are now. Look at the Pontiac GTO, even though it was a nice package, they totally disregarded what most buyers would want in that vehicle and probably could have made it a saving marque car for Pontiac had they listened to what the enthusiasts really would like to have in that car. It seems to me that GM turns a deaf ear on marketing what their loyal customers want.

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