2015 GMC Canyon after being absent for a considerable amount of time from the mid-sized SUV segment. General Motors made a comeback with their Canyon. The 2015 Canyon will do everything better than its predecessor, hence, demand should be higher in its class, which is currently dominated by big players such as Nissan’s Frontier, Toyota Tacoma, etc. However, the Canyon has a bigger drivetrain than most of its competitors, which makes things interesting for us to view. The 2015 GMC Canyon features a 6 feet truck bed, although, a smaller 5 feet bed is available on special request. This vehicle shares some of its DNA with the Sierra, such as its front bumper, head lamp cluster, side panel design, etc. Additional LED Daytime Running Lamps enhance exterior aesthetics. This pickup truck is expected to have a huge towing capacity, which should spice up the deal.
2015 GMC Canyon price, mpg, diesel, release date, forum
The 2015 GMC Canyon, despite its huge size, is an affordable vehicle and GM should keep things low, in order to attract as much attention and customers as possible, in order to retain a fair slice of this market segment. Larger rims are part of its high end model, which should give this truck a higher stance and aggressive appeal. We are yet to get updates pertaining to comfort and luxury features, although, considering the market segment this vehicle focuses on, GM needs to install high ends trim and upholstery, along with decent comfort enhancements and suspension trims. We would love to see what the 2015 GMC Canyon has in store for us. Its predecessor was a grand success with its range of standard options, along with optional features that were available on request. The 2015 GMC Canyon draws power from a range of engine options, which is to include a hybrid powertrain for its next generation, even though it is in pre production stages. The standard kit includes a four cylindered 2.5 liter engine, capable of displacing 193 BHP, along with 184 ft lb of torque, while a turbo charged four cylindered 2.8 liter diesel block, whose displacements are yet to be ascertained, could be featured.
A larger 3.6 liter V6 option, displacing 302 BHP, along with 270 ft lb of torque has been confirmed so far, while all engine options are mated to a manual six speed gear box. General Motors puts the towing capacity of this machine at 6,700 RPM, which is significantly higher than what its predecessor and the current generation Tacoma is capable of. Customers could also opt for a tailgate mounted hydraulic lift, for a premium. The 2015 GMC Canyon is expected to reach showrooms by early 2015. Any deviation from this plan should be announced beforehand. Prices are to be revealed at a suitable time and location, along with a list of optional features. If you are looking for a suitable pickup truck, you might consider waiting for this vehicle to make an official entry. Hopes are high so far, while the Canyon does not look like a disappointment, as of now.