GMC Canyon Owner's Manuals

The GMC Canyon began production in 2004 and is still in production today. It is a mid-size pickup truck, which came to replace the Chevrolet S-10. Totally, there are 2 generations of this vehicle.
The new GMC Canyon upgrade is a prestigious and more expensive version, unlike the Chevrolet Colorado. Externally, they do not differ much, but now the creators have done a lot for a noticeable difference. Wheelbase is now 7.9 cm longer. Ground clearance is 45 mm more than in the Colorado, and is 245 millimeters. Already in base trim there is a 2.7-liter turbo four gasoline engine, which generates 314 horsepower. The Chevrolet Colorado has such engines available only in the most advanced modifications. All variants are equipped with all-wheel drive only, except the Elevation version, which can be rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. The top version of the GMC Canyon has a ground clearance of 271 millimeters. There’s also an optional off-road mode that allows you to keep your speed up (called Baja). There are also cameras located under the bottom, the lenses of which are reliably protected from mechanical damage, and has a waterproof housing. Optionally installed cameras all-around vision, cruise control (adaptive), and a number of electronic assistants. The price in the basic configuration is designated the sum from 40 thousand dollars. The top version of the AT4X Edition will cost $63,350. Related and similar models are Hummer H3, Ford Ranger, Dodge Dakota, Toyota Tacoma, and Nissan Navara. They also compete with the Canyon.