The GMC Canyon is a mid-size pickup truck last redesigned in 2015. Along with the similar Chevrolet Colorado, the Canyon helped kick-start a renewed market interest in pickups smaller than the light-duty full-sizers that dominate the truck segment.
What's New / Key Changes from Last Year
Changes for 2020 are minor. A tire fill alert system is now standard. A remote locking tailgate is a new option. Canyon's All Terrain trim adds a driver alert package of forward collision alert and lane departure warning.
GMC offers the Canyon in base, SLE and SLT trims with rear-wheel drive, the latter two of which can be optioned with 4WD. All Terrain and Denali models come standard with 4WD. A 2.5L four-cylinder engine is standard in 2WD extended cab and crew cab models with the short cargo box. Opting for a crew cab model with the long cargo box brings standard 4WD. There is no regular cab, two-door Canyon.
Four-cylinder models use a six-speed automatic transmission. The V6 comes matched with an eight-speed.
A four-cylinder turbodiesel engine is optional.
Base Canyon models get capless fuel filling, 16-inch wheels, halogen headlights and LED signature lighting, locking tailgate, four-way driver's seat adjustment, 7.0-inch infotainment touchscreen, six-speaker stereo, tilt steering, power door locks and windows, manual side mirrors, 3.5-inch monochrome driver information centre, air conditioning and tire pressure monitoring.
SLE trim adds 17-inch aluminum wheels, body-colour door handles and power-adjustable side mirror caps, EZ Lift tailgate, fog lights, spotter mirror, 4.2-inch colour driver information centre, wi-fi hotspot, 8.0-inch infotainment screen, aluminum interior trim, USB charging ports, cruise control, HD radio and backup camera, auto-dimming rearview mirror, interior reading lights, leather-trimmed steering wheel, tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, rear window defroster and keyless entry.
SLT adds 18-inch wheels, chrome door handles and side mirrors, heated side mirrors, manual sliding rear window, four-way power front passenger seat, automatic climate control, heated front seats and steering wheel, driver's seat lumbar, remote engine start, leather seating, wireless smartphone charging and rear park assist.
All Terrain trim brings hill descent control, off-road suspension, underbody shields, 17-inch wheels and body-colour exterior trim.
An All Terrain leather package adds back in a heated steering wheel, leather upholstery and wireless smartphone charging.
Denali gets a standard trailering package, 20-inch wheels, chrome side steps, LED cargo box lighting, chrome door handles, grille and side mirrors, forward collision alert, lane departure warning, spray-on bedliner, navigation, Bose stereo, USB inputs, auxiliary input, SD card reader and ventilated front seats.
A trailering package adds a hitch receiver, trailer wiring and a locking rear differential.
A convenience package fits the base trim with keyless entry, cruise control, EZ lift tailgate and a rear window defroster.
An SLE convenience pack adds automatic climate control, remote engine start and a sliding rear window to that trim.
A driver alert package adds forward collision alert and lane departure warning to SLE and SLT models.
GMC's fuel consumption estimates for the Canyon are 11.8/7.9 L/100 km (city/highway) with the diesel engine and 2WD, and 12.3/8.5 with 4WD.
Gas four-cylinder models are rated 12.1/9.2 L/100 km with 2WD and 12.6/9.7 with 4WD.
V6 Canyon estimates are 13.4/9.6 L/100 km with 2WD and 14.0/9.9 with 4WD.
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