2015 GMC Canyon

Jan 12th
We know the new GMC Canyon is a small(er) pickup truck, which should make it a little cheaper to buy and operate, a little handier to maneuver in urban and suburban environments, and a little more sensible for use as daily transportation than full-size trucks. But it also provides an illustration of the elasticity of the word “small.”Our impressions were…
2015 GMC Canyon

Jan 2nd
Six cylinders. That’s what we’ve found to be a requirement as we’ve made our way through the various available configurations for the Chevrolet Colorado and the GMC Canyon, General Motors’ highly anticipated, recently introduced mid-size pickup twins. The 2015 GMC Canyon tested here has just four cylinders, and it isn’t exactly the full-size truck replacement for adventurous weekend warriors that…
2016 GMC Canyon

Dec 2nd
Whether because of stubbornness, a true belief in the technology, or the fact that automotive product plans can’t easily be unraveled, General Motors is standing behind diesel despite the fuel type’s battered reputation of late. (Thanks, VW.) Indeed, the new Cruze once again will offer a diesel engine, Cadillac is moving forward with development of its own diesel powerplants, and—most…
2017 GMC Canyon

Nov 18th
Since their reintroduction in 2014, the GMC Canyon and the Chevrolet Colorado have reinvigorated a market for mid-size pickups that many industry observers had concluded was dead. U.S. truck buyers, they said, had little interest in pickups in anything less than size XL—or larger.Some might say that, at 212.4 inches in length and riding on a wheelbase more than 10…