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GMC introduces Canyon AT4, updates Denali for 2021 mid-size pickup segment

GMC Canyon pickup truck

GMC has unveiled the new 2021 Canyon, including a first-ever Canyon AT4 designed for premium mid-size truck customers who take their trucks off-road.

First-ever Canyon AT4

GMC says that the bolder exterior design on the AT4 is defined by dark chrome finishes with a new larger grille design and red recovery hooks. The interior features Kalahari stitching and AT4 headrest embroidery.

Standard equipment for off-road capability includes:

  • Greater capability from 31-inch Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires fitted to 17-inch aluminum wheels;
  • Off-road tuned suspension with Advanced Hill Descent Control System;
  • 4WD system with Eaton G80 Rear Automatic Locking Differential;
  • Transfer case skid plate providing additional protection when travelling off-road.

Refined Canyon Denali

GMC says its designers have enhanced the iconic Denali grille, with a more sculpted and layered pattern. It also has 5-inch chrome assist steps, chrome accents and Denali-exclusive 20-inch Diamond Cut aluminum wheels.

Details inside include open-pore ash wood trim, aluminum decor and unique stitching. A new interior colour theme option is Cocoa/Dark Atmosphere. Heated and ventilated front seats and a heated steering wheel come standard.

The new Canyon Denali and AT4 are powered by a 308-hp (230-kW) 3.6L V6 engine. Additional power comes from an available 2.8L Diesel engine, offering 369 lb-ft (500 Nm) of torque.

Company info

Customer Communication Centre #163-005
1908 Colonel Sam Drive
Oshawa, ON
CA, L1H 8P7


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