Take your pick:
The carryover 2019 Colorado remains in healthy supply across the country. You should have no problem finding the one you want.
While base models aren't discounted to any significant degree, there may be room to negotiate on the upper trims. The mid-level LT is most common, especially in Crew Cab form, and generally sells at a favorable price point. High-volume dealers that specialize in trucks generally offer the best pricing across the board.
The carryover 2020 Colorado continues arriving at dealers. Supplies will be fully up to speed by year's end.
Current offers are available on a national basis and will expire October 31, 2019 unless otherwise noted.
Up to $3,759 off:
Chevy now offers a $2,250 rebate on the 2019 Colorado for all buyers. In addition, everyone gets discounted GM Supplier Pricing on 2019s this month. That brings your potential savings to $3,759 on the line-topping ZR2, for example.
The rebate on the 2020 Colorado is $1,250, more than double the initial amount.
What to expect on a lease:
Once again, the 2019 Colorado LT 4x4 Crew Cab starts at $339 for 39 months (10,000 miles a year) with $4,599 due at signing.
The effective monthly cost works out to $457, which falls short of a good value in our book. We expect terms to improve late this year.
Current GM lessees can do much better. With the available loyalty bonus factored in, the effective monthly cost drops to $418, a pretty good value for this class of vehicle.
The initial offers on the same 2020 Colorado model is $319 for 36 months with $5,919 at signing. This is rather expensive, but will improve once the 2019s sell down.
Lower rate + cash:
Instead of the other offers on a 2019 Colorado, you can get special 1.9% financing for 60 months on the 2019 Colorado. The deal comes with $250 bonus cash.
Financing offers on the 2020 Colorado will probably start in early winter.