GMC Redesigns the Canyon Pickup for 2015
GMC has introduced a redesigned Canyon to its 2015 family of vehicles. The new Canyon features enhanced horsepower, options, and efficiency. GMC is hoping that the redefined midsize pickup will present consumers with greater cargo-hauling and trailering capacity without the size and expense of a full-sized truck.
The 2015 Canyon borrows some of the exterior aesthetics previously introduced on the Sierra 1500 and Sierra HD models. The Canyon features C-shaped daytime running lamps and offers buyers three body configurations. The extended cab model features a six-foot truck bed. GMC will also offer the Canyon crew cab model in both five and six –foot beds, allowing drivers to haul eight-foot long items with the tailgate down.
In addition to the three body types GMC will also offer the 2015 Canyon in base, SLE, and SLT models. Buyers can choose between 2WD and 4WD configurations on any model. The Canyon will also be available with an optional All-Terrain package on the SLE models. The interior of the new Canyon combines comfort and technology. An upright instrument panel presents the driver with easy access to a central information center. The center console features enough space to store a tablet and a standard 4.2-inch color driver information screen.
The 2015 Canyon also offers accessible rear under-seat storage. The 2015 Canyon delivers 193 hp from the standard 2.5-liter engine and as much as 302 hp from the available 3.6-liter V6. The trailering capacity could potentially exceed 6,700 lbs.
If you’d like more information on the 2015 GMC Canyon, or to test drive a 2014 Canyon or Sierra, contact the sales professionals at the all-new Hoffman GM in Hagerstown, Md.