2019 GMC Canyon Review, Specs & Photos

20/30  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
9.4  Sec.
0-60 MPH
2-4
Doors
4
Seats
67.7 or 74  in.
Bed Length

What's New For The 2019 GMC Canyon

The 2019 GMC canyon is one of many great options in this year's new lineup of mid-size utility trucks. This year's model is among the most capable truck offerings around, keeping up with class leaders in power, towing capacity, and even fuel economy. Read on for an overview of the 2019 GMC Canyon features.

It might be useful to compare the 2019 Canyon to the new Toyota Tacoma. The trucks are similar sizes and offer some similar features, but will ultimately attract different types of buyers. The new Tacoma offers tons of off-road capabilities -- it's mostly geared towards off-roading as a whole. The Canyon is still capable as an off-road vehicle, but it really shine when it comes to towing and hauling. For 2019, the Canyon offers a handful of new and attractive features, the first of which being its new Infotainment systems. This featured in-car media system includes a navigation system, Apple and Android media integration, voice recognition software, and tons of apps -- as well as built-in Wi-Fi. Most models also include a new backup camera.

2019 GMC Canyon Interior

Six Great Trims with Ample Features in 2019

The SL is the entry level model trim for the 2019 Canyon. This version comes available in the extended cab and long bed options. This trim comes without the option of a rear seat. The Canyon is the base model trim. This version is available in single or dual cab and long or short bed lengths. Stepping up to the SEL, this trim model comes with USB ports, locking rear differential, EZ-lift and lower tailgate, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and the Infotainment system. Furthermore, the SLT offers a V6 engine, leather seating, and heated front seats. This feature also comes with an optional Bose audio system and built-in navigation.

As its name might suggest the Canyon All-Terrain trim level comes with four-wheel drive and off-road capable features like hill descent control and an off-road suspension. Finally, The GMC Canyon Denali is the highest trim level and most expensive option available for this truck. This trim offers every feature available in the Canyon, and is by the far the most robust in luxury and off-road capability.

Does the 2019 GMC Canyon Impress with Performance?

2019 GMC Canyon Exterior TowingThe Canyon comes in three available engine sizes, depending on the trim model you select. The first is the four-cylinder, 200 horsepower option. The next highest option is the V6 308 horsepower engine, and the last is the 181 horsepower V6 turbodiesel. This option does have less total horsepower, but much more torque. Between these options, you have a choice for every situation. Whether you want a vehicle for a quick commute or a vehicle to take off road, there is a Canyon that can suit your needs. Visit us today to take a test drive of these awesome vehicles and see why we recommend them so highly.

2019 GMC Canyon Safety Impressions

2019 GMC Canyon Rear TruckbedThe GMC canyon comes with standard safety features such as six airbags, stability control , and hill-start assist. The Canyon comes equipped with rear cameras, and some trim levels offer forward collision control and lane departure warning. These features not only offer peace of mind, but they give you more control over the drive that you make every day. This is the type of experience is what you come to expect from a great Lineup. Visit us today to take a test drive and see for yourself.


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