diesel engineWith the efficiency offered by these all new GMC Trucks of Canada, the 2016 GMC Canyon diesel is rated at a class leading fuel consumption of 10.8 L/100km city and 7.7 L/100km highway in two-wheel drive – or 9.4 L/100km combined.  The GMC Canyon diesel four-wheel drive models have a fuel consumption rating of 12.0 L/100km city and 8.2 L/100km highway – and 10.3 L/100km combined, according to the manufacturer website.  The Thunder Bay GMC trucks recently went through the typical evaluation of the United States EPA and were issued a “Certificate of Conformity” for the GMC Canyon Diesel trucks.  “The agency expressed no issues or concerns following its recent, extensive testing and evaluation of the emission control system on the Canyon diesel.”

Like many other new cars and trucks of Canada, the GMC Canyon was introduced and initially designed in an effort to attract new customers to the GMC showroom.  Reports are in that claim it did just that and is still doing so since its debut.  For the new truck customer that is looking to deal with heavier work needs along with recreational demands, the latest and greatest Duramax diesel engines are really where it’s at.  They continue to do so efficiently as well, according to Mike Speranzini, the brand director for GMC Trucks of Canada, who says, “The addition of the Duramax diesel takes GMC’s professional grade ethos to a whole new level.”

According to the article from the GMC Canada site, regarding the subject of new GMC Trucks in Canada, “The Canyon diesel’s fuel efficiency is not only segment-best, it tops all full-size truck fuel consumption ratings while offering a higher trailering rating than all 2015 Ram 1500 V-6 models and some 5.7L V-8 models, as well as the 2105 Ford F-150 equipped with the 3.5L naturally aspirated V-6 – and even the 2015 Nissan Titan S model with the 5.6L V-8.”