All-New 2015 GMC Canyon midsize
GMC revealed the 2015 Canyon today, an all-new midsize truck that redefines the segment and raises the bar for everything from horsepower and efficiency to quietness and refinement.
When it goes on sale this year, the all-new Canyon will give GMC one of the only three-truck lineups in the industry. It is expected to deliver class-leading capabilities with the brand’s signature refinement – all in an efficiently sized, maneuverable package for customers who want the cargo-hauling and trailering versatility of a truck without the size of a full-size pickup.
Inside and out, the 2015 Canyon is pure GMC, with a quiet, refined interior distinguished by premium materials and a commanding exterior presence that emulates the technology-infused design aesthetic introduced on the 2014 Sierra 1500 and 2015 Sierra HD models.
Canyon is offered in base, SLE and SLT models, in 2WD and 4WD models, and with an aggressively styled All-Terrain package offered on SLE models. It includes 17-inch painted aluminum wheels covered by all-terrain tires, a body-color grille surround with horizontal chrome bars and specific suspension tuning.
The interior of the 2015 Canyon is designed to be comfortable, heavily equipped and well connected. A bold, upright instrument panel with large instruments and a central driver information center is similar to Sierra. A center console-mounted shifter is similar to those found in midsize cars and crossovers.
GMC expects Canyon to be the most powerful and efficient truck in the segment, allowing owners to haul and tow more while being efficient. A 2.5L I-4 is standard, and a 3.6L V-6 is available. They are based on award-winning engine families and tuned to deliver the low-rpm torque customers depend on for hauling and towing.
|Type:||2.5L DOHC I-4||3.6L V-6 VVT DI|
|Displacement (cu in / cc):||150 / 2457||217 / 3564|
|Block material:||cast aluminum||aluminum|
|Cylinder head material:||c ast aluminum||cast aluminum|
|Valvetrain:||DOHC with four valves per cylinder; continuously variable valve timing||DOHC with four valves per cylinder; continuously variable valve timing|
|Fuel delivery:||high-pressure direct injection and electronic throtle control||high-pressure direct injection and electronic throttle control|
(hp / kW @ rpm):
|193 / 146 @ 6400 (est.)||302 / 224 @ 6950 (est.)|
(lb.-ft. / Nm @ rpm):
|184 / 253 @ 4400 (est.)||270 / 366 @ 4000 (est.)|
|Recommended fuel:||regular unleaded||regular unleaded|
The 2.5L four is estimated at 193 horsepower (146 kW) and 184 lb-ft of torque (253 Nm), with approximately 90 percent of the peak torque available from 2,000 rpm to 6,200 rpm. The 3.6L engine is estimated at 302 horsepower (224 kW) and 270 lb-ft of torque (366 Nm). SAE certification of the power ratings is pending.
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