Consumer Reports Reviews the GMC Canyon
The GMC Canyon is a regular cab, extended cab, crew cab offered in a 2WD Reg Cab Work Truck, 2WD Reg Cab SLE1, 2WD Ext Cab Work Truck, 2WD Ext Cab SLE1, 2WD Crew Cab SLE1, 2WD Crew Cab SLE2, 4WD Reg Cab Work Truck, 4WD Reg Cab SLE1, 4WD Ext Cab Work Truck, 4WD Ext Cab SLE1, 4WD Ext Cab SLE2, 4WD Crew Cab SLE1, 4WD Crew Cab SLE2 and 4WD Crew Cab SLT. The powertrains include 2.9-liter 4 (185 hp), 3.7-liter 5 (242 hp) and 5.3-liter V8 (300 hp) engines, and 4-speed automatic and 5-speed manual transmissions. It is Rear or part-time 4WD wheel drive. EPA-rated fuel economy ranges from 17 mpg city to 22 mpg highway. The Canyon uses Regular fuel.
Last Model Reviewed: 2005
Reviewed GMC Canyons from Consumer Reports
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