Sell a Chevrolet Colorado for scrap with Junk Car Medics. Sell Chevrolet Colorado for the highest possible scrap value using our nationwide network of cash junk car buyers. The current scrap value of the Chevrolet Colorado ranges from $110 to $4615.
The Chevrolet Colorado is the 175th most commonly junked car, according to Junk Car Medics.
Junk Car Medics network of car buyers purchases Chevrolet Colorado in all conditions. When the time to sell a Chevrolet Colorado, get a free offer online or by phone.
Sell a Chevrolet Colorado for cash with Junk Car Medics. Sell Chevrolet Colorados for the highest possible value using our nationwide network of cash car buyers. One can sell a Chevrolet Colorado for more money when it is drivable and in good condition.
Junk Car Medics network of car buyers purchases Chevrolet Colorados in all conditions. When it is time to sell a Chevrolet Colorado, get a free offer online or by phone.
The Chevrolet Colorado is a compact pickup manufactured by General Motors. It was introduced in 2004 and is currently in its third generation. Named after the state of Colorado, the Chevrolet Colorado is the smallest pickup truck in Chevy’s current lineup, below the Silverado.
Most Chevy Colorados come with standard four-cylinder engines, but some models have more powerful V6 or V8 engines. Previously assembled in Shreveport, Louisiana, nowadays General Motors assembles the Chevy Colorado in Wentzville, Missouri.
Built to take on rugged terrain, the Chevrolet Colorado offers decent off-road capabilities for a compact pickup truck. It’s a durable truck with various standard safety features, such as:
- Forward collision alert
- Automatic emergency braking
- Lane keep assist
Besides these standard safety features, other advanced safety upgrades include:
- Adaptive cruise control
- Rear cross-traffic alert
- Blind-spot monitoring
- Rearview cameras
- Rear parking sensors
However, while the Chevrolet Colorado has many safety features, it isn’t infallible. It’s susceptible to accidents like other cars. Fortunately, its parts can be sold off as scrap if it’s rendered undrivable or irreparable because of an accident. The average scrap price of the Chevrolet Colorado is $746, compared to the U.S. average of $580. This compares relatively well to other compact pickup trucks, such as the GMC Canyon and Nissan Frontier, valued at $793 and $1,085, respectively.
What is a Chevrolet Colorado's current scrap value?
The Chevrolet Colorado's current scrap value is $573, with a range of $265 - $1505 for the last 30 days, on average. Comparably, the current scrap value for all vehicles over the same time period is $541, a difference of 6 %.
What is a Chevrolet Colorado's Yearly scrap value?
The Chevrolet Colorado's yearly scrap value is $837, with a range of $110 - $4615, on average. Comparably, the current scrap value for all vehicles over the same time period is $610, a difference of 37 %.
Here are the current average junk car values of comparable models to a Chevrolet Colorado:
- Sell GMC Canyon ~ $0
- Sell Toyota Tacoma ~ $1899
- Sell Nissan Frontier ~ $3855
- Sell Ford Ranger ~ $418
- Sell Honda Ridgeline ~ $598
What is the Chevrolet Colorado Used Car Value?
Cars undergo wear and tear from frequent use. The used car value of a Chevrolet Colorado refers to its value after accounting for wear and tear (depreciation). At Junk Car Medics, we use a proprietary system to determine used car value. Some of the factors we consider when determining the used car value of Chevy Colorado models include:
- The pickup’s condition
- The pickup’s age and model year
- The pickup’s mileage
- The pickup’s weight
Apart from these factors, we also consider external factors like current scrap metal prices and the pickup’s location. After appraising your pickup truck based on these offers, we’ll give you a free estimate and cash offer for your used pickup truck.
While the payout for used cars values based on the factors mentioned above, we generally offer at least $500 cash for most scrap cars. Here are some recent offers we’ve made for Chevrolet Colorado pickup trucks.
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How Much Does a Chevrolet Colorado Weigh in Tons?
The Chevrolet Colorado weighs between 2 to 2.6 tons. Here are the weights of some Chevy Colorado trucks across various years.
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Generally, the Chevrolet Colorado’s weight varies depending on the generation, body style, engine type, and trim. Third-generation models typically weigh more than their predecessors, but regular cab models weigh less than extended or crew cab models across all generations. Meanwhile, models with four-cylinder engines weigh less than their counterparts with V6 or V8 engines. Finally, top-of-the-line trims with additional features weigh more than base models. Here’s the average vehicle weight of other vehicles compared to the Chevrolet Colorado.
How Much Are Chevrolet Colorado Worth in Scrap by Year?
Third-generation Chevrolet Colorado models generally sell at higher prices than second or first-generation models. However, Chevy Colorado models in good condition with valuable parts fetch more than dilapidated models, regardless of the model year. Here are Chevrolet Colorado models from various years and their average scrap values.
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What Are Recent Junk Car Prices and Values of Chevrolet Colorado?
Here are 15 recent junk car values for Chevrolet Colorado.
What Are Common Problems of Chevrolet Colorado?
The Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck has generally received favorable reviews for its reliability. However, like other pickup trucks, it isn’t free from problems. Here are some of its issues.
- Engine misfires: This problem primarily affects models released between 2004 and 2009. Some owners have reported that the pickup’s engine occasionally misfires because of worn-out valve seats.
- Defective power steering: This issue mainly affects 2015 models. Owners of the 2015 Chevy Colorado have reported that the pickup’s power steering sometimes fails.
- Transmission problems: Owners of the 2019 model have experienced issues with the transmission. Drivers have reported that sometimes the gears slip or hesitate when shifting.
- Faulty ignition: This issue is prevalent in 2015 models. Some owners have complained that sometimes their keys get in the ignition.
- Fuel sensor issues: Some owners have reported that their fuel gauges abruptly stop working because of fuel sensor problems, preventing them from knowing the quantity of fuel left in the gas tank.
- Faulty A/C blower: This issue mostly affects models released between 2004 and 2010. Owners with Colorado models released over this period have reported issues with the pickup’s A/C blower. Occasionally it doesn’t work, especially at high speeds.
- Faulty brake pedal: This issue mainly affects 2012 models. Drivers have reported that the brake feels soft and needs to be stepped on continuously to bring the pickup to a halt.
These are just a few common problems with the pickup truck. If you have an issue not listed above, here are some other common vehicle problems you may have faced.
What Are The Values of Chevrolet Colorado Scrap Car Parts?
General Motors assembles the Chevrolet Colorado in Wentzville, Missouri. As a result, Chevy colorado scrap car parts are relatively inexpensive because they are locally available at many junkyards.
How Much is a Scrap Catalytic Converter From a Chevrolet Colorado Worth?
According to CarAraC, the average scrap price for a Chevrolet Colorado main catalytic converter is roughly $240. However, pre-cats don’t fetch as much as main cats. They sell for roughly $80 to $100, on average. Generally, most main cat converters sold off as scrap fetch between $300 to $1,500, so the Chevy Colorado compares unfavorably to other cars.
The value of cat converters varies depending on the concentration of precious metals in the converter, current scrap metal prices, and the vehicle’s location.
How much does it cost to replace a catalytic converter on a Chevrolet Colorado?
According to RepairPal, Chevrolet Colorado catalytic converters cost $981, while labor costs roughly $131 and $165. Therefore, the total cost of replacing a Chevy Colorado ranges between $1,112 and $1,146. However, these costs are exclusive of taxes and fees.
Sell Other Chevys
Junk Car Medics makes it quick, easy, and painless to sell junk Chevys. Sell any Chevrolet for cash using our reward process.
- Sell My Chevrolet Malibu - It’s a mid-size sedan Chevy introduced in 1964.
- Sell My Chevrolet Equinox - It’s a compact SUV Chevy introduced in 2004 to replace the Chevrolet Tracker.
- Sell My Chevrolet Tahoe - It’s a full-size SUV currently in its fifth generation.
- Sell My Chevrolet Suburban - It’s a full-size SUV introduced in 1934, making it the oldest Chevy nameplate still in production
- Sell My Chevrolet Trailblazer - It’s a mid-size SUV Chevy discontinued in 2008.
These are just some of the Chevy models we purchase, regardless of their condition. Contact us online or call 1-855-587-0227 to get an instant cash offer for your Chevrolet.
We Pay Cash for Chevrolet Colorado Cars
An undrivable or irreparable Chevrolet Colorado isn’t worthless. If it has valuable parts, you could get a good deal for it. So, don’t let your run-down pickup truck languish in your driveway or garage. Regardless of its condition, we’ll appraise it and give you a cash offer. Contact us today for a free estimate and cash offer for your Chevrolet Colorado.