2015+ Chevy Colorado Fitment Guide

June 22, 2022

So you own or you just got a 2015+ Chevy Colorado. Now it's time for the fun, you get to customize your pickup truck and make it everything that you ever wanted. But what the heck is going to fit your truck?

This guide will give you the information you need to get the look you want regardless of your suspension setup! Read on and check out the corresponding links to learn more.

 

Bolt Pattern: 6x120mm or 6x4.72”

Popular Suspension Setups: Stock Suspension Up to 6 Inches of Lift
Common Rim Sizes: 17x8, 18x9, and 20x9.

 

 

 

2015+ Chevy Colorado Stock Suspension Fitment

 

The most common setup for this generation Colorado on stock suspension is a set of 20x9 +19 rims with 255/55R20 tires. The lower offset rims and larger tires will help to give your truck a more aggressive look over your stock rims and tires.

 

 

2019 Chevy Colorado with 20x9 +19 Fuel Coupler wheels with 255/55R20 Falken Wildpeak tires.

Buy this exact package.

 

 

Recommended rim and tire sizes for a 2015+ Chevy Colorado on Stock Suspension.

 

Small Wheel Big Tire: 17x8 +20 rims with 265/65R17 tires.

 

Daily Driver: 20x9 +19 rims with 255/55R20 tires.

 

Big Wheel Small Tire: We don't recommend rims larger than 20” without a 6” lift kit.

 

 

2015+ Chevy Colorado Leveling Kit Fitment

 

Leveling kits are one of the most common suspension upgrades for your Colorado. They allow you to fit slightly more aggressive rims and tires while being easy to install. One of the most common rim and tire packages for this setup is a set of 20x9 +12 rims with 265/50R20 tires.

 

 

2019 Chevy Colorado with 20x9 +12 wheels with 265/50R20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers.

 

 

Recommended rim and tire sizes for a 2015+ Chevy Colorado with a leveling kit.

 

Small Wheel Big Tire: 18x9 +18 rims with 275/65R18 tires.

 

Daily Driver: 20x9 +12 rims with 265/50R20 tires.

 

Big Wheel Small Tire: We don't recommend rims larger than 20” without a 6” lift kit.

 

2015+ Chevy Colorado 3” Lift Fitment

 

Upgrading your suspension even further to a 3” lift kit will allow you to fit larger wheels and tires without having to worry about rubbing or trimming. The most popular setup for 2015+ Chevy Colorados is a set of 20x9 +12 rims with 285/55R20 tires.

 

 

2017 Chevy Colorado with 20x9 +12 Black Rhino Apache wheels and 285/55R20 Nitto tires.

 

 

Recommended rim and tire sizes for a 2015+ Chevy Colorado with a 3-inch lift kit.

 

Small Wheel Big Tire: 17x8 +20 rims with 265/70R17 tires.

 

Daily Driver: 20x9 +12 rims with 285/55R20 tires.

 

Big Wheel Small Tire: We don't recommend rims larger than 20” without a 6” lift kit. 

 

 

2015+ Chevy Colorado 4-6” Lift Fitment

 

Moving up to a 4-6” lift kit opens up a lot of possibilities, especially compared to a Colorado on stock suspension. 35” tires will now clear easily without modification. Take a look at this Colorado on a set of 20x10 -24 rims with 31x10.5R20 tires.

 

2016 Chevy Colorado with 20x12 -44 Moto Metal MO970 wheels and 285/55R20 Nitto Trail Grappler tires.

 

Recommended rim and tire sizes for a 2015+ Chevy Colorado with a 4-6 inch lift kit.

 

Small Wheel Big Tire: 18x9 0 rims with 275/65R18 tires.

 

Daily Driver: 20x12 -44 rims with 285/55R20 tires.

 

Big Wheel Small Tire: 22x12 -44 rims with 33x12.5R22 tires.

*Your truck will require modifications to fit this setup.