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Midsize Diesel Truck, Part Two

Take one Chevy Colorado Diesel, add a more polished front end, and you've got the new GMC Canyon Diesel. We liked the Chevy, and this GMC's pretty great, too.


GM Says This Won't Affect Market Launch

Diesel models of the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon are the first to get extra scrutiny by the EPA and CARB, but they're expected to pass. The added testing shouldn't effect when they hit dealers, either.


GM is recalling 14,838 units of the 2015 Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon pickup trucks to inspect the front brake calipers, which could be leaking fluid.


GM is doing whatever it can to boost production of the Chevrolet Colorados and GMC Canyon at the Wentzville Assembly plant in order to keep up with high demand for the pickups.


General Motors is recalling 521,817 vehicles worldwide in two separate campaigns. One covers a problem with the seat belts in the Chevy Malibu, and the other is a possible manufacturing error for the seats on the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon.


We take a ride in a very basic version of the 2015 GMC Canyon, with the 2.5L four-cylinder and 6-speed manual.


Wards Auto has named its best cabins of 2015, ditching last year's high-dollar vehicles for far more attainable offerings.


GMC has been caught testing a Denali version of the Canyon midsize pickup featuring a chrome mesh grille.


Future Trucks To Show Correct Redline At 6,800 RPM

The 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon are advertised as making 305 horsepower at 6,800 rpm. However, a buyer noticed that the tachometers in the trucks indicated the redline at 6,500 rpm. Turns out the tachs are incorrect, and GM is going to fix the graphic in future trucks.


GMC murders out the Canyon midsize pickup and bundles it with optional extras into the Nightfall Edition at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show.


GMC has unveiled the very first special edition of its new, 2015 Canyon midsize pickup, with the blacked-out Nightfall Edition.


For kids around the globe, tis the season for Santa, reindeer and presents. For the automotive industry, the last quarter of each year is reserved for awards, whether they come from Motor Trend, Car and Driver, Automobile, or yes, Autoblog. The latest to get released comes from our friends at Autoweek.


The recall affects 2,432 vehicles, though only 138 had actually reached consumers.


General Motors is issuing a stop-delivery order for its latest midsize pickups, the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon, because the driver's side airbag might not be wired correctly. The total number of vehicles affected is still being determined.


An Urbane Uptick On The Midsize Milieu

As discussed earlier today, the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado is a new standout in terms of midsize trucks. But the Colorado wasn't the only pickup the General Motors team brought to San Diego for us to sample. Also along for the ride was a pack of GMC Canyons, the slightly more expensive and polished platform-mate to the Chevy.


Before even officially going on sale to customers, the GMC Canyon and Chevrolet Colorado midsize pickup twins are already proving to be a success with dealer orders exceeding original projections. Now, there is even more good news for these siblings, with the fuel economy for their four-cylinder engines netting class-leading numbers and the 3.6-liter V6 getting segment-best payload ratings.


General Motors has an early success on its hands in the form of the initial rollout of the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon midsize pickup trucks. According to the automaker, dealers have ordered nearly 30,000 of the trucks thus far, a number that far exceeded GM's early expectations.

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