Welcome back to our 2015 GMC Canyon long-term review. To read previous updates in the series, click here. Labeling a vehicle as slow is actually more subjective than you may think. Slow to me, someone who has been lucky enough to ride in some very fast cars, might not feel the same as slow to you. Continue Reading...
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Welcome back to our 2015 GMC Canyon long-term test. To read the whole series, click here. Recently, a close friend of mind decided he would like to buy a new GMC Canyon. He proceeded into a dealership, where the salesman immediately directed him to a larger Sierra, saying that he was authorized to give big… Continue Reading...
Chevrolet plans to quietly fix a mistake it made in the mid-size Colorado and Canyon. Continue Reading...
Welcome back to our 2015 GMC Canyon long-term test. To read the whole series, click here. Horsepower and torque aren’t everything when it comes to working with pickup trucks. Much of a truck’s life will be spent sitting still while being loaded and unloaded. So before we even mention the powertrain, let’s look at how… Continue Reading...
General Motors is showcasing two new trim levels for its trucks at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. Continue Reading...
GMC has revealed a new special edition package for its mid-size Canyon pickup. Continue Reading...
There have been three times in my life that I almost bought a compact pickup truck. Continue Reading...
GM’s all-new pickups are off to a bumpy start. Continue Reading...
GMC boss Duncan Aldred wants to sell more of its products with premium “Denali” trim and the new Canyon midsize pickup could play a role in that. Continue Reading...
General Motors is investing in its Wentzville assembly plant to prepare for its new midsize pickups. Continue Reading...
Fuel economy ratings for the upcoming GMC Canyon and Chevrolet Colorado were released today. Continue Reading...
GM truck enthusiasts have been yearning for a Ford Raptor fighter and their wishes may come true. Continue Reading...
The 2015 GMC Canyon will make its official debut at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show. Continue Reading...
It might be smaller than the rest, but it’s going to be important in a big way for General Motors when the new Chevrolet Colorado is unveiled in Los Angeles next week. Continue Reading...
According to Mark Reuss, president of GM North America, consumers will see a clear differentiation between the new GMC and Chevy midsize trucks. Continue Reading...
General Motors’ two new mid-size trucks will most likely debut during the 2013 L.A. Auto Show in late November, GM spokesman Otie McKinley said. Continue Reading...
If new diesel offerings by Ram and Nissan in the half-ton pickup truck segment prove popular, General Motors is poised and ready to compete. Continue Reading...
Mid-size truck buyers have something to look forward to next year from General Motors, although it’s probably not what they would expect. Continue Reading...
News about the GMC Canyon, General Motors’ premium midsize pickup truck, surfaced today during a meeting the automaker hosts to update its dealers on the coming model year. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen won’t be competing in the 2012 Dakar Rally, but the company will still provide support vehicles to event organizers. For the third year in a row, the company will provide 40 vehicles including 30 Amarok pickup trucks. Despite not competing, those trucks have to be tough enough to handle anything the course can throw… Continue Reading...
GM has issued a recall on Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon pick-up trucks produced between September 9th, 2011 to October 19th, 2011 for a faulty driver’s side seatbelt buckle. An electrical connector on the buckle might not have fit snugly with the connector pins which will cause the seat belt warning light to not… Continue Reading...
General Motors has recalled 6,800 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon pickup trucks. Apparently the transmission shift lever was not properly finished and as a result, might not display the correct gear on the PRNDL bar. NHTSA said the pickups do not comply with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 114, “Theft Protection”. This may appear… Continue Reading...