At your Thunder Bay GMC Truck Dealership, we enjoy bringing you whatever is perceived as the latest and greatest news and information surrounding our new GMC Trucks in Canada. For the 2018 model year, there are many new trucks and cars that have reviews and specs released, some that are even on the dealers’ showroom floors already. Today, we will highlight the 2018 GMC Canyon in Ontario. What one popular review has to say, “While midsize trucks aren’t as robust as their full-size brethren, they still offer an impressive amount of capability. They’re also easier to park and typically get better fuel economy. For a solid example of the breed, check out the 2018 GMC Canyon.”
The GMC Canyon in Thunder Bay ON is definitely slightly more upscale than the Chevy Colorado and will give you those midsize truck traits plus a comfortable highway ride and a stout maximum tow rating of 7,700 pounds. There are so many of optional features, such as forward collision warning and an 8-inch infotainment system, which help to round out these GMC Trucks’ appeal.
We know as GMC Truck lovers, you like to be informed of all that is new with the upcoming models. For 2018, trailering assist guidelines have been added to the GMC Canyon’s rearview camera. These are not a given but are offered as optional on the base and SLE trim levels. They come standard, however, on SLT and Denali trims for these new GMC Trucks in Thunder Bay ON. The standard 4.2-inch center screen has been replaced by last year’s optional 7-inch screen that comes with Bluetooth connectivity and voice controls, so technological advancement is seen inside these new GMC Trucks in Canada as well as the feature offerings and changes that we see on the outside for the 2018 models of these new trucks.