GMC will add Denali trim to the 2017 GMC Canyon family. The Denali trim brings huge premiums for the carmaker when it comes to sales. So, it is product strategy of GMC that is extremely important. Denali offers premium luxury, grade style, and capability for GMC midsize truck. Debuted nearly 17 years ago, Canyon is the only premium midsize truck in the segment offering refinement, maneuverability, efficiency and unparalleled capability. The Denali nameplate is defined from the superior content, unique styling, and deluxe interior. Introduced at the Los Angeles Auto Show, the Canyon Denali will arrive at dealership in late 2016.
2017 GMC Canyon Exterior
Denali trimmings have been added to most of GMC’s midsize pickup that adds unique 20-inch ultra-bright-machined aluminum wheels with highlighted accents, chrome trim, a unique grille, and the essential emblem. The crew cab is the only body style. It comes standard with chrome 5-inch rectangular support steps, chrome fog lamp bezels, a spray-in bed liner and a polished exhaust tip. There will be six exterior colors offered for the 2017 GMC Canyon.
2017 GMC Canyon Interior
The 2017 GMC Canyon interior features Jet Black Mulan leather, exclusive instrument panel, ventilated and heated seats, plentiful Denali emblem, unique console trim and instrument panel and Denali emblem floor mats and sill plates.
2017 GMC Canyon Engine
A 3.6L V-6 is standard that can tow around maximum 7,000 pounds. The 2WD models returns estimated 26 mpg highway fuel economy. Crew cab is the only body style offered for the Canyon Denali. A 2.8L Duramax turbo-diesel is also available newly that can tow around maximum 7,700 pounds. The 2WD models returns 31 mpg highway fuel economy. 2017 GMC Canyon comes with a cooled exhaust gas recirculation system so it meets U.S. emissions standards and is rated as the cleanest diesel truck engine made by General Motors.