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2017 brings an updated V6 engine with new eight-speed automatic transmission tot he latest GMC Canyon. The result – more power. But, there's more to the 2017 GMC Canyon that is intriguing consumers all over, like its comfortable ride, precise steering and maneuverable size. It also features lots of sought-after equipment and features, especially inside its all-new top trim level, the Denali. For a brand-new pickup truck, the 2017 Canyon is an ideal choice.
Five trim levels make up the 2017 lineup of the GMC Canyon – and consumers are well-pleased with all they offer. Looking for a simple, no fluff trim? No problem. Want a trim with all the latest and greatest must-haves? The Canyon can provide that too.
The SL and base trims stand at the bottom of the Canyon's 2017 lineup and provide the “work over play” type experience. They are equipped with 16-inch wheels, air conditioning, four-way power driver seat with manual recline, tilt-only steering wheel and power windows. They also feature a six-speaker audio system with 4.2-inch color display. The main difference between the two is their cab styles and powertrains. The SL is only offered with an extended cab and is powered by a 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder engine with six-speed manual transmission. The base trim, on the other hand, is available in both extended- and crew-cab body styles and houses a 3.6-liter V6 with six-speed automatic transmission.
The SLE is a popular choice for consumers looking for more than just the basics. It comes with a number of upgrades, such as:
• Power side mirrors
• Auto-dimming rearview mirror
• Tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel
• IntelliLink interface with 8” touchscreen, satellite radio, voice and steering wheel controls, and four USB ports
For our customers looking for a pickup truck that offers all of the most luxury comforts, the Canyon's Denali trim is the optimal choice. It awards its occupants with:
• Heated/ventilated front seats
• Wireless charging for compatible cellphones
• Heated steering wheel
• 20” wheels
• Cargo lamps
• Upgraded Bose audio system with navigation
Opting for a pickup truck typically means the need for power and strength – whether for work, off-roading or other situations. Consumers are more than pleased with the 2017 Canyon in these areas. To tackle off-road excursions, consumers are wise to add the All-Terrain package to their Canyon. This package equips the Canyon with rugged gear, including:
• All-terrain tires
• Off-road-oriented suspension
• Rear locking differential