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Both GMC and Chevrolet are owned by General Motors, so a lot of their trucks and SUVs share the same base platform and some of the same capabilities. These “pairs” include the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra, the Chevy Tahoe and GMC Yukon, and the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon. While the Colorado and Canyon both have some similarities, such as their performance specs, there are some important differences that you should be aware of if you’re shopping for a new pickup truck around Lakeland. Fortunately, the team at Kelley Buick GMC, Inc. has everything you need to know comparing the Colorado vs. Canyon in the guide below!
The GMC Canyon and Chevy Colorado have some important distinctions that set them apart, but they both offer identical engine choices and specs. No matter which truck you end up picking, you’ll enjoy powerful performance on the Winterhaven roads courtesy of strong GM engines. The two trucks also enjoy the same excellent gas mileage, offering around 18 mpg city / 22 mpg highway with the turbo-diesel engine. Here are your choices:
2.5-Liter 4-Cylinder Engine
3.6-Liter DOHC V6 Engine
2.8-Liter Duramax® Turbocharged Diesel Engine
The major differences in the Colorado vs. Canyon comparison come once you step inside the cabin. Chevy vehicles are designed with mass appeal in mind, which is reflected in the Colorado’s slightly lower price tag (although its top-level trim is actually more expensive than its GMC counterpart). GMC vehicles, however, are designed to give drivers a higher level of luxury and sophistication. The Canyon interior features refined design details like liquid-applied sound deadener to keep the cabin quiet, a soft-touch instrument panel, and luxe contrast stitching on the upholstery. If you choose the GMC Canyon, you’ll also enjoy the following premium features:
Many GMC vehicles offer an AT4 trim level–a unique configuration designed with rugged off-road capability in mind–that aren’t available on their Chevy counterparts. The new GMC Canyon AT4 trim offers amenities that are equal parts tough and luxurious, including leather-trimmed seats, an off-road suspension, an 8-inch infotainment touchscreen, 31-inch off-road tires, and advanced hill descent control.
Now that we’ve had a chance to go over the differences between the Colorado vs. Canyon on paper, you might be interested in seeing how the GMC Canyon handles on the road! Just contact our office to set up a test drive around Aurburndale and we’ll get you behind the wheel in no time. You can also reach out with any questions, or stop by our dealership to talk to a member of our team in person. And be sure to keep an eye on our new vehicle specials if you’re looking to save on your next ride!
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