2007 GMC Canyon

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$14,235 - $23,940
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Engine Engine 2.9LI-4
MPG MPG 20 City / 26 Hwy
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2007 Canyon Overview

GMC Canyon comes with more muscle for 2007.The base-level four-cylinder engine has been bored out from 2.8 to 2.9 liters for 2007, and produces 185 horsepower and 190 pound-feet of torque, an increase of 10 horsepower and 5 pound-feet.The optional five-cylinder motor has been enlarged from 3.5 to 3.7 liters, for 242 horsepower and 242 pound-feet, up from the 2006's 220 and 225, respectively.

Other improvements for 2007 include a smoother-shifting automatic transmission, a more powerful 125-amp alternator, a standard tire-pressure monitor, and brighter interior trim.The popular 15-inch wheels are now available in chrome; and bigger, 18-inch bright-finish wheels are now standard on the handling-oriented ZQ8.

The GMC Canyon and Chevy Colorado midsize pickups offer roomy cabins.The Crew Cab versions have back seats suitable for adult human beings.Canyon and Colorado are tuned for a more car-like ride and comfort than other midsize pickups.Towing capacity was deliberately limited in favor of a smooth ride and good fuel economy.

In short, the Canyon was designed to do what small pickups do most: Carry people and occasionally haul heavy loads in the bed.On the highway, the Canyon feels solid and stable.Even the Z71, the off-road model, seems remarkably civilized, and the ZQ8 suspension package emphasizes sporty handling on paved roads.

Yet the GMC Canyon is a serious truck capable of serious duty.Properly equipped, the Canyon is rated to tow 4,000 pounds, enough for transporting ATVs, dirt bikes, personal watercraft, light boats or small camping trailers.If you tow more than that, then you do need a full-size truck.But most people don't.

Of course, all of the above is equally true of the nearly identical Chevy Colorado.So why buy the GMC? Because GMC trucks just plain dress better: Think Dockers and golf shirts instead of blue jeans and tees.The prices are often so close that opting for the GMC is easily justified.
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2007 Canyon Overview

GMC Canyon comes with more muscle for 2007.The base-level four-cylinder engine has been bored out from 2.8 to 2.9 liters for 2007, and produces 185 horsepower and 190 pound-feet of torque, an increase of 10 horsepower and 5 pound-feet.The optional five-cylinder motor has been enlarged from 3.5 to 3.7 liters, for 242 horsepower and 242 pound-feet, up from the 2006's 220 and 225, respectively.

Other improvements for 2007 include a smoother-shifting automatic transmission, a more powerful 125-amp alternator, a standard tire-pressure monitor, and brighter interior trim.The popular 15-inch wheels are now available in chrome; and bigger, 18-inch bright-finish wheels are now standard on the handling-oriented ZQ8.

The GMC Canyon and Chevy Colorado midsize pickups offer roomy cabins.The Crew Cab versions have back seats suitable for adult human beings.Canyon and Colorado are tuned for a more car-like ride and comfort than other midsize pickups.Towing capacity was deliberately limited in favor of a smooth ride and good fuel economy.

In short, the Canyon was designed to do what small pickups do most: Carry people and occasionally haul heavy loads in the bed.On the highway, the Canyon feels solid and stable.Even the Z71, the off-road model, seems remarkably civilized, and the ZQ8 suspension package emphasizes sporty handling on paved roads.

Yet the GMC Canyon is a serious truck capable of serious duty.Properly equipped, the Canyon is rated to tow 4,000 pounds, enough for transporting ATVs, dirt bikes, personal watercraft, light boats or small camping trailers.If you tow more than that, then you do need a full-size truck.But most people don't.

Of course, all of the above is equally true of the nearly identical Chevy Colorado.So why buy the GMC? Because GMC trucks just plain dress better: Think Dockers and golf shirts instead of blue jeans and tees.The prices are often so close that opting for the GMC is easily justified.Hide Full Review