GM's GMC models are relatively few among domestic parallel import vehicles. On one hand, relative popularity of GMC models is not as high in consumer market. With The Durant Guild's business advancing in China, more GM models will enter country in future through parallel imports, among which GMC Canyon pickup, although not yet on import list, could be a potential stock.
From a visual standpoint, GMC Canyon is indeed quite overbearing. The front uses currently popular split headlight design. Such a front end has also become a reference object for many domestic pickups. The design of grille does not have any embellishments, and thick spokes of grille match exterior design of car.
Because size is not too large, it has a relatively compact body after additional off-road accessories, which makes appearance more wild. However, as a more entry-level product, some of exterior details cannot be matched by high-end models, but it is still a relatively well-recognized model.
The internal part also has its own ideas, and interaction between physical buttons and screen has no sense of defiance. This set of internal logic is also applied to some high-end GMC models, and it really gives good results. Results.
In terms of power, this rugged-looking pickup isn't powered by a big American-style V8, and it doesn't even have a V6 engine, but that doesn't mean its 2.7T four-cylinder engine can be underestimated. engine. This powerplant is anything but weak, with a maximum output of 310 horsepower and peak torque of 583 Nm, which are transmitted to road through an 8-speed automatic transmission. If you pay enough money, you can also opt for a more powerful all-wheel drive, which I think many car owners will choose.
With right base price and right engine size, if this car can be presented, price can still be expected. The most expensive Canyon in picture right now, after checking all options on trim list, it comes in at almost $72,000, which is really not a very competitive figure. However, given principle of practicality, price of a model with same specifications is about $60,000, subject to reasonable selection, which is still cost-effective for a pickup truck. All in all, while this entry-level pickup doesn't have a V8 engine, at least its performance is on par with Ford's 2.7-liter V6 at same level. If you don't mind a four-cylinder engine, power really isn't its problem. The real question is, perhaps a Ford Ranger or a Canyon with a similar budget?