GMC Canyon News
GMC will add an off-road AT4 trim and dress up the Denali version, but skip a manual transmission for 2021.
GM trademark filing hints at possible return of the ZRX
GMC may go down the same boulder-strewn path that Chevrolet has taken with the Colorado ZR2 with a new Canyon ZRX.Byron Hurd
Modern GMC Syclone ready to rock like a hurricane, thanks to SVE
Specialty Vehicle Engineering (SVE) is back with its latest take on a past General Motors performance vehicle. The company announced Monday it will tackle the beloved GMC Syclone with a new model based on the GMC Canyon mid-size truck. Keeping with tradition, the reborn Syclone rocks a V-6 engine...Sean Szymkowski
2017 GMC Canyon Denali Drops In Ahead Of L.A. Auto Show
GMC’s Canyon, along with the related Colorado from sister brand Chevrolet, was revived for the 2015 model year and saw General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] once again offer a mid-size pickup truck to counter the likes of the Nissan Frontier and Toyota Tacoma. For 2017, the Canyon borrows the...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Report: Three-Door MINI Countryman In The Works
The recently revealed 2011 MINI Countryman could soon spawn a handful of new variants as BMW continues its expansion of the iconic MINI brand into something that is edging closer to becoming a full line automaker. We’ve already reported on MINI launching a seven-seater Countryman Plus, as well...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Scott Brown And His Predictable But Effective 2005 GMC Canyon
We wish we could get excited about Scott Brown*. Yes, his victory was historic. Yes it will mean interesting things in Washington. But for the love of Benji, did the man have to whip out a pickup truck to prove that he's a red-blooded American? Snore. Now, look: we have nothing against pickup...Richard Read
General Motors Company's [NYSE:GM] truck-focused brand, GMC, has been hit hard by changing consumer preferences, which has led to several reports that certain scheduled GMC products could be scrapped altogether. While GM continues to deny the rumors, the most likely candidates on the chopping block include the Acadia, the Envoy mid-sized SUV, and the Canyon. The Acadia, if not eliminated from the lineup in favor of the Buick Enclave, will get a refresh in 2010 with an optional V8 engine. If the Acadia succeeds then one of the Yukon variants may be dropped in an attempt to consolidate the...