GMC recently introduced a new concept truck: the Canyon AT4 OVRLANDX. This off-roading beast wowed at the Overland Expo Mountain West 2021 with its premium appointments and impressive capabilities.
The Canyon AT4 OVRLANDX features Multimatic DSSV™ dampers as well as front and rear electronic locking differentials to make for smooth rides. Off-road rocker panel protectors and a factory-lifted, wide off-road chassis with improved underbody coverage can keep the truck safe on rough terrains.
It drives on 33-inch BFGoodrich® KM3 Mud-Terrain tires that ensure plenty of traction. Plus, this concept truck offers 10 inches of ground clearance, 32.1 inches of water fording capability, and a 27.7-degree approach angle — so trail obstacles are no issue.
A roof-mounted tent, a 270-degree awning, a kitchenette and cooler, and jerry cans for gasoline and water make the OVRLANDX more convenient for camping and fishing trips. In addition, design elements like an exclusive leather-wrapped interior, unique grille and headlamp finishes, and distinct AT4 badges give the truck an eye-catching look.
While you can’t buy the Canyon AT4 OVRLANDX at dealerships right now, GMC does offer the off-road-capable AT4 trim for the Canyon, Sierra 1500, Sierra HD, Yukon, Terrain, and Acadia. Check out some of these models at Bradshaw Automotive in Greer, South Carolina, and take one out for a test drive.
The GMC Canyon is getting a brand-new AT4 Off-Road Performance Edition for 2021. With a powerful V6 engine, improved suspension, and plenty of adventure-ready upgrades, this truck is built to take you wherever you want to go in and around Greer, South Carolina.
More Off-Road Capability
Tackle steeper trails behind the wheel of the 2021 Canyon AT4 Off-Road Performance Edition. This model comes equipped with a 1-inch suspension leveling kit and an increased approach angle so you can go farther off-road than ever before.
Tough New Features
The Canyon AT4 Off-Road Performance Edition is ready to take on even the rockiest trails. Aluminum skid plates protect the truck’s sensitive underbody elements. This edition also provides a spray-on bedliner and off-road rocker panel protector to shield other parts of the vehicle.
The Off-Road Performance Edition stands out on or off the trail. You’ll receive 17-inch Gloss Black wheels, Carbon Black AT4 logos, and a Gloss Black performance exhaust tip as part of this special-edition truck.
As a Canyon AT4 model, the Off-Road Performance Edition is available with either a 308-horsepower V6 engine or a Duramax® turbodiesel that delivers 369 lb-ft of torque. Each AT4 also comes with Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires, a 4WD system, and an off-road-tuned suspension.
To learn more about the exciting new 2021 GMC Canyon AT4 Off-Road Performance Edition, contact our sales staff here at Bradshaw Automotive in Greer.
The 2016 GMC Canyon is back and better than ever! The 2015 model won award after award for its first year back on the lineup. Now, to further increase the options to consumers, General Motors is offering a diesel engine on both the GMC Canyon and Chevrolet Colorado. The new engine has received a “certificate of conformity” from the Environmental Protection Agency, certifying it for public sale.
The 2016 GMC Canyon Diesel Engine offers up to 22 city/31 hwy mpg on two-wheel-drive models. That puts it at the top of any pickup truck, gasoline or diesel, for highway mileage. Four-wheel-drive versions are rated at slightly less, 20 city/29 hwy mpg.
For comparison, the closest competitor is the 2016 Ram 1500’s 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V6 engine that reaches 29 hwy mpg. For a truck, the 2016 Canyon definitely gets great fuel efficiency.
The new 2.8-liter turbo diesel engine is a powerhouse, offering up to 181 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque. Equipped with a 21 gallon tank, owners can expect around 650 miles on a tank of gas in two wheel drive models.
The diesel engine is available on SLE and SLT crew cab models. The GMC Canyon is priced at just over $3,700 more than a comparable 3.6-liter V6 model. Check out the brand new 2016 GMC Canyon at Bradshaw Automotive today!
General Motors has released the EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings for the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon and they will both offer segment-leading numbers for V-6 midsize pickups. Both trucks beat their competitors with V-6 engines and automatic transmissions by 3 to 5 mpg.
“The all-new 2015 GMC Canyon adds segment-leading fuel economy to its winning resume,” said Kenn Bakowski, Canyon marketing manager, in a statement. “Innovations such as available active grille shutters combine with an aerodynamic design in a smaller, more maneuverable package to set a new standard for fuel economy in midsize trucks.”
Both trucks will use the same engines and have the same fuel economy ratings. For the 3.6-liter V-6 with direct fuel injection and continuously variable valve timing, two-wheel drive models are rated at 18 mpg city, 26 mpg highway, and 21 mpg combined. 4×4 models get 17 mpg city, 24 mpg highway, and 20 mpg combined.
What do you think of the Colorado and Canyon fuel economy? Are you looking forward to saving money at the pump?