About GMC Canyon
The GMC Canyon is one of the series of compact and later mid-size pickup trucks that were first introduced in 2004. It is also called The Chevrolet Colorado, named after the U.S. state of Colorado. The auto is manufactured and marketed by American automaker General Motors. The model years of the Canyon are from 2004 to 2020. The Canyon has long been praised for its maneuverable size, along with well-mannered steering and handling. It has a rather large towing capacity with gas V6 and diesel four-cylinder engine parts. The Canyon is mainly assembled in the Shreveport Assembly in Shreveport, Louisiana, and in Rayong in Thailand.
The GMC Canyon adopted a front-engine, four-wheel-drive layout in automotive design. It places the internal combustion engine at the front of the vehicle and drives all four roadwheels, which provide better control on many surfaces. Such kind of design is also an important part of rally racing, as well as off-road driving. When it comes to the car body style, it varies from the 2-door regular cab, 4-door extended cab to 4-door crew cab depending on different produced years. For regular cab, the Canyon is 192 in (4,877 mm) in length and has a wheelbase of 111.2 in (2,824 mm). For extended cab, its length measures 207.1 in (5,260 mm) and its wheelbase is 126 in (3,200 mm). While the crew one is 194 in (4,928 mm) long and 120 in (3,048 mm) long in wheelbase.
GMC Canyon parts online
The GMC Canyon has basically gone through two generational upgrades. The automobile model was first designed based on the GMT355 and introduced itself in 2004. It was equipped with parts like both manual and automatic transmissions. Other parts include a rear-wheel-drive (4x2) or four-wheel drive (4x4) drivetrain with standard, extended, and four-door crew-cab body styles. The engine parts it adopted were a 2.8 L (171 cu in) LK5 I4 engine as standard, but a more powerful 3.5 I5 comes with the Z71 package is also available. The new GMC Canyon was introduced in 2014 with even more options for users to choose from. It also adopted a front grille design. The Canyon comes in three trims and either two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. The parts of the engines changed from a six-speed manual transmission to a six-speed automatic transmission, greatly improving its power output. All these generational changes help the GMC Canyon perform better.
The GMC Canyon pickup truck stands out for its safety features and reliable quality. The car is armed with a variety of classical parts in case of emergencies, such as frontal driver-side airbags, right-front passenger airbags, and head-curtain airbags. In this way, it devotes itself to offering a comfortable riding experience for users on the road of various kinds. The Consumer Review Buyer's Guide in 2005 reported that the GMCCanyon is a "quiet and comfortable ride with plentiful features".