GMC has introduced the 2015 Canyon in Detroit at NAIAS and it looks a lot like a downsized version of the Sierra. It has been fitted with a prominent front grille with projector beam headlights that have built-in LED daytime running lights. Other than that, the truck has a CornerStep rear bumper, an upward sweeping beltline and squared off fenders, while the optional All-Terrain package brings 17-inch alloys, retuned suspension, all-terrain tires and a different front grille. Inside it can be configured with Wi-Fi hotspot, heated leather-wrapped seats, an infotainment system and a faux wood trim.
Customers will be able to configure their 2015 GMC Canyon with a 4-cylinder, 2.5-liter engine delivering 193 bhp and 184 lb-ft of torque or with a larger V6 3.6-liter outputting 302 bhp and 270 lb-ft. Sometime in the future a third engine in the form of a 2.8-liter Duramax turbodiesel will also be added to the range.
Production is programmed to start this fall while pricing details will be published closer to the vehicle’s market release.