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For a vehicle that starts just under the $30k mark on American soil I'm happy enough and don't think Chevrolet needs to do anything more.
However some influence from the Colorado ZR2 would help, even if it meant a mild off road kit.

On another note, I love the attention to detail:
 

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In base form its approachable, but we know how quickly things escalate as you step up in trim levels and add ons. Regardless its looking to be a very capable SUV and I think it was a good call borrowing design cues from the Camaro.
Performance wise it could be more of a Camaro but so far Chevy has only done that with the Tahoe Z71, a pig of an SUV.
 

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On paper the specs of the 2.5 inline four look a bit underwhelming, especially with FWD. Hopefully we see aftermarket support to try and bump the horsepower and torque numbers above 200.
Likewise.

I haven't seen any charts of its power/torque curve and will be looking for early review that talk about it. Hopefully its one area GM did well on otherwise I'll be looking for tunes.
 
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