The famous truck and SUV maker has prepared a new version of the popular mid-size truck, which is about to come with lots of novelties as 2019 GMC Canyon.
The current generation of this truck is present for more than five years, so it was about time to see some updates. This is a major update, which includes lots of novelties in various aspects. The new model gets an upgraded styling, interior novelties etc. There is also a chance to see a new four-cylinder engine in the offer, which debuted in the new-generation Silverado. Expect to see 2019 Canyon by the end of year.
2019 GMC Canyon Specs
Despite various visual upgrades, the base 2019 GMC Canyon specs are about to remain the same. Unlike its corporate sibling, Chevy Colorado, this is a little bit more upscale version, with more focus on comfort. Therefore, a regular cab version is not available. This models comes in Extended and Crew Cab versions only. Although with an extended cab, the most basic version of this truck comes with a single row of seating. Rest of the lineup features two rows, with capacity for either four or five passengers. Besides various cab options, you can also count on a choice of two bed lengths.
2019 GMC Canyon Changes
As you can see, the base design characteristics have remained the same. On the other side, there are many novelties in terms of styling. The current generation of this truck has been around since 2012, so these visual upgrades seem pretty logical. There is a completely new front end, with comes with a new, more massive grille design, reshaped bumpers, headlights etc. Changes on the inside are also notable, but not in such intensity. The base layout remains the same, so you can count on a pretty solid materials quality. when it comes to legroom, front seats are pretty generous, while the rear bench could be a little bit tight.
2019 GMC Canyon Trim Levels
As we already mentioned, this model comes in various versions, but both 2019 GMC Canyon Crew Cab and Extended Cab configurations are available with pretty much same trim levels, with only one exception. The trim called SL is reserved exclusively for the Extended Cab body style. It is the most basic version of the truck, the only one that comes with a single row of seating. In terms of standard equipment, this is pretty much a bare bone model, though there are some nice features like a 7-inch touchscreen, 4-way adjustable driver’s power seat, rearview camera, six-speaker audio system etc.
The Base trim is already available in both cab versions. It comes with the pretty much same list of standard equipment as SL model, with the addition of an optional V6 engine and six-speed manual transmission.
Next in the line is the SLE. With this one, we can talk about comfort and convenience. You can count on things like a bigger 8-inch touchscreen, smartphone integration, satellite radio, bigger wheels, better interior materials etc. Also, there are two optional packages (All-Terrain and Convenience), which provide more equipment and better off-road capabilities.
The next one is SLT. This one comes with a lot of upgrades, with things like 18-inch wheels, leather upholstery, automatic climate control, remote start etc. There are also few options like collision warning, lane departure warning, Bose audio system etc.
Finally, there is a Denali trim, with its famous styling details. Besides distinctive exterior, this version also adds a lot of equipment, including navigation, chrome 20-inch wheels, heated and ventilated seats, heated steering wheel, wireless charging and much more.
2019 GMC Canyon Engines
When it comes to powertrain, there is a chance to see one very big novelty under the hood. It is a new, super-efficient 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers around 310 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque. The new engine has already debuted in full-size Silverado.
Rest of the lineup is about to remain the same. Base models will continue with a familiar 2.5-liter engine that delivers around 200 horsepower and 191 pound-feet of torque. For those who want something more powerful, there is a familiar 3.6-liter V6 engine, which is good for about 308 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque.
Finally, for those economy-minded, GMC offers a familiar 2.8-liter Duramax diesel engine, which features a max output of 181 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque.
Another big novelty is expected in terms of transmission. A new 10-speed automatic gearbox should be in the offer but as an optional feature. Current automatic transmissions will continue to be standard features, while a 6-speed will also be available, with a 2.5-liter gasoline engine.
2019 GMC Canyon Price
Changes in price are not expected. Base models will go around 25.000 dollars. On the other side, fully-equipped Denali models can get pretty close to 40.000 dollars. Expect to see the 2019 GMC Canyon one sale in the next few months.