The 2019 Canyon as a mid-size truck from GMC caters to almost every kind of business need. Thanks to the diversified powertrain options that is accompanied by a luxuriously laid interior of refined taste matching its classy demeanor and hints of upscale flair.
At the Williamstown GMC dealership showroom, when we took the 2019 GMC Canyon for a test drive, its length spreading 19 feet from the front end to the tail, proved that it has almost every reason to get selected over the full-sized trucks, when the need is such.
2019 Model Year Lineup
The 2019 model of GMC Canyon lines up as, SL, Canyon, SLE, All Terrain, SLT, and Denali trim levels, that starts with a utilitarian approach reaching to the near-luxury level. Those who go for the All- Terrain trim can avail the specialized off-road styling details while the supreme performer will take you through any road surface.
For the year 2019, GMC has given its mid-size truck series Canyon a mild refresh, that includes a whole new infotainment system that is equipped with cloud-connected navigation that will receive automatic software updates. For those who want a bit more technological support, can go for the optional parking sensors, while the driver can enjoy a 6-way power-adjustable seat on several trims. The 2019 model year lineup of the GMC Canyon also welcomes a new 17-inch SLE wheel design, apart from four new colors added to its styling package, namely, the Dark Sky Metallic, Smokey Quartz Metallic, Blue Emerald Metallic, and Sedona Metallic.
Body-Style Feature Options
The 2019 GMC Canyon can be ordered from a variety of capacities and sizes, depending upon the trim level you choose. The lineup includes extended cab body styles as well as crew-cab bodies that range from being 5-foot-2 bed, long 6-foot-2 bed sizes. However, the long bedded cabs are only offered as an option on the extended cab versions.
The engine options offered on the 2019 lineup of GMC Canyon will include a 2.5-liter inline-4 models, 3.6-liter V-6 ones, or turbodiesel models that run on a 2.8-liter inline-4 engine. GMC has assigned a 6-speed manual transmission as the standard one on some of the inline-4 models, while a 6-speed automatic transmission is kept as optional for the gas and diesel 4-cylinder engine models.The V-6 engine modelsare given the facility to pair with an 8-speed automatic transmission. You can order your Canyon model either as rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive which is the trend for most pickup trucks.
Range of Capacity
Our test drive experience with the 2019 GMC Canyon at the GMC dealer Williamstown was decidedly quiet that remained consistently agreeable on all the road variants we drove through.When we drive the diesel option, it could deliver up to 30 mpg of EPA rated fuel economy on the highway speed. This diesel model showed us its capacity of towing up to 7,700 pounds, which was more than what we usually need asmass pickup buyers.