Diving deeper into the GMC Trucks in the Canyon family, we find that that for the majority of this truck’s life, its standard four- and five-cylinder engines were lacking in the power department, which limited the truck’s ability to comfortably haul cargo or tow heavy loads. Build quality was average at best, and many items within the truck’s cabin felt flimsy and cheap, but we are so glad to report that this year, all of these issues have been addressed head-on, and the final product is amazing.
“The current GMC Canyon is a standout in its segment, and its robust power, pleasant driving dynamics and agreeable cabin should hit the sweet spot for many who are in the market for a midsize truck.”
The GMC Canyon trucks in Thunder Bay ON, gives buyers a choice of two body styles: extended cab or crew cab. Extended-cab models seat four, while crew-cab models seat five. Extended-cab Canyons haul loads with a box that measures 74 inches in length, while crew-cab models offer buyers the choice of a 74-inch or 61.7-inch box. Consumers of this amazing new truck in Thunder Bay ON will have the choice of five different trim levels and they are: SL, base Canyon, SLE, SLT and Denali. SL models are sold solely with an extended cab for those of you with bigger families and come with a list of more basic features such as the following: 16-inch wheels, vinyl floor covering, a six-speaker sound system and a rearview camera. The base GMC Canyon models are available with a crew or extended cab and add standard carpeting along with added options that fall outside of the basic Thunder Bay GMC Trucks mode and into the more advanced technology, such as OnStar telematics and remote keyless entry. There is more to gain on these new GMC Trucks in Thunder Bay ON when you continue up the trim level line.