2015 GMC Canyon
As we all know, every Chevrolet’s pickup has its GMC counterpart which, although it is not identical, it is pretty much the same model, with some differences that are most visual nature. That is the case with Sierra and Silverado. That was also the case with S-10 and Sonoma and same thing is with their successors Colorado and Canyon. The Canyon and Colorado were originally launched in 2004 and so far, there are two generations. The 2015 Canyon will come as second generation model, which is present since 2012, and it will come with some refreshments.
2015 GMC Canyon redesign
Like new Sierra, 2015 GMC Canyon will get new, refreshed front fascia in the same manner. It will feature massive three-bar grille and new LED headlights. Although front end will be almost identical, Canyon will remain smaller, midsize pickup. Just like previous models, it will be available in two cabin styles – extended and crew cab. The 2015 Canyon’s cabin will be refreshed. Beside better quality materials and better look, new pickup will feature hi-tech systems like 4G LTE cellular connectivity, GMC IntelliLink, voice recognition, rearview camera, forward-collision alert, lane departure warning and adaptive cruise control.
2015 GMC Canyon engine
There will be several engines in offer for 2015 GMC Canyon. The base engine is 2.5 liter which produces 200 horsepower and 191 pound-feet of torque. If you are interested in some more powerful variant, there is also a 3.5 liter V6 with 305 hp and 269 lb-ft of torque. The company also plans to introduce new, diesel engine. It will be a 2.8 liter four-cylinder turbodiesel but, unfortunately, it won’t be available before 2016. Automatic six-speed transmission comes as standard, but manual gearbox is also available.
2015 GMC Canyon release date, price and competition
New model should hit the market this fall. Although price for new 2015 GMC Canyon is still unannounced, it isn’t expected that it will be too much different from current model. There are many possible competitors, but it is expected that the toughest ones will be well-known rivals such as Toyota Tacoma and Nissan Frontier.