2017 GMC Canyon vs 2017 Chevy Colorado
In the past, buyers might have thought that pickup trucks were only meant for the work site but the expanded truck offering created the midsize pickup truck which adds the perfect amount of work capability with everyday comfort. There are a few midsize trucks offered on the market so check out what one is the best for you with this 2017 GMC Canyon vs 2017 Chevy Colorado comparison.
The Canyon and Colorado are cousins so there are not many differences between the two, especially when it comes to mechanics. The 2017 Canyon serves as the higher-end option with premium materials and features both inside and out and the 2017 Colorado is a great option for buyers on a tighter budget. For the 2017 model year, the Canyon receives a revised V6 engine that’s paired with a new eight-speed automatic transmission.
|2017 GMC Canyon||VS||2017 Chevy Colorado|
|7,700 lbs.||Max. Towing||7,700 lbs.|
Differences Between the Canyon and Colorado
The 2017 Canyon offers five trim levels, which is more than the Colorado. Along with its five trim levels, the Canyon also offers various packages including the All-Terrain package, Nightfall Edition, and more. The 2017 Canyon is available in SL, base, SLE, SLT and top of the line Denali. The Canyon features three engine options for buyers a 2.5-liter four-cylinder is available on SL models, the 3.6-liter V6 engine is standard on most models and then the 2.8-liter four-cylinder diesel engine is available on SLE and SLT models.
Take a look for yourself to see what this upscale midsize pickup truck can offer you and call us at Davenport Autopark to schedule a test drive for the 2017 GMC Canyon. Browse our available inventory online through our website and get information on financing, specials and more.