2017 GMC Canyon near Fort McMurray, AB
Midsize pickup trucks like the GMC Canyon, available at Don Wheaton, have improved so much over recent years the class would be almost unrecognizable compared to previous generations. At the top of the surging segment of the global automotive community is the 2017 GMC Canyon near Fort McMurray, AB. The current version in the Don Wheaton showroom comes packed with a number of upgrades and new features which simply extend the truck’s lead over its nearest competition. A brand new V-6 engine, an eight-speed automatic transmission and a new accessory package are just the tip of the new equipment available for buyers of the 2017 Canyon.
Given the fact that the 2017 GMC Canyon near Fort McMurray, AB is one of the best selling trucks in the country, some Don Wheaton customers may be looking for some ways to help theirs be just a little different. 2017 Canyon buyers can choose between the All Terrain X package or the Nightfall Edition. Not only is the 2017 GMC Canyon one of the highest performers in its class, it is also one of the smartest options. Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free calling and streaming media isn’t enough to sway buyers away from the competition. GMC engineers have also made the 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot as well as smartphone integration for Android and Apple mobile devices standard equipment. This will be particularly attractive to drivers who also use the truck as roving office. Available heated seats that are also adjustable round out the equipment set for the new GMC midsize pickup.
Performance of the 2017 Canyon
The biggest new surrounding the release of the 2017 GMC Canyon near Fort McMurray, AB is the addition of a brand new 3.6-liter, V-6 engine. The new power plant has the same configuration and displacement as the previous V-6, but the new engine now offers fuel conserving technologies like continuously variable valve timing, direct fuel injection and Active Fuel Management. GMC engineers have paired the new engine with their Hydra-Matic 8L45 eight-speed automatic transmission. Owners of the 2017 Canyon will now be able to squeeze up to 308 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque out of the new powertrain. Fuel consumption scores have yet to be released.
Don Wheaton customers that don’t require as much performance can still use the 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine for their 2017 GMC Canyon near Fort McMurray, AB. Base versions of the new Canyon midsize pickup truck will produce 200 horsepower and 191 pound-feet of torque. This is more power and torque than any other non-GM midsize pickup truck on the market with a four-cylinder engine option. On the completely other end of the spectrum is the turbocharged, 2.8-liter diesel engine with its 369 pound-feet of torque and 7,700-pound towing capacity. Overall, there is no more capable pickup truck in this class than the 2017 GMC Canyon.