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Average User Score
4.1 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 7 reviews
2004 GMC Canyon Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 7 reviews
Designated as a larger successor to the Sonoma, the Canyon debuted as GMC's new midsize pickup truck in 2004. Replete with 24 trims and a choice between a 2.8 L, 175 hp I4 engine or a 3.5 L, 220 hp I5 model, the Canyon gave consumers the opportunity to find the right specs based on their personal preferences. This pickup also offers a choice between 4 speed automatic and 5 speed manual transmission, depending on the trim.
For gas mileage, expect to get 19 mpg in the city and 25 on the highway. Standard Cab trims typically have 2 doors and seat 3 while Extended and Crew Cab trims have 4 doors and seat 5-6. Towing capacity ranges from around 2000 lbs. to 4000 lbs. As for performance, the 2004 GMC Canyon can go from 0-60 mph in almost 10 seconds.
Reviewers have come to the general consensus that the 2004 GMC Canyon looks a bit like a 'good-field, no-hit' baseball player. With regard to basic tasks and safety features, the Canyon does its job well. But with the sexier specs like towing capacity and horsepower, this domestic pickup just doesn't measure up. Pick up the 2004 GMC Canyon if you want the line's general features at the lowest price.
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GMC Canyon Questions
I Have A 2004 Gmc Canyon That Recently Will Turn Over Like Crazy But Will N...
2 to 3 times a week now a strong smell of fuel outside and INSIDE of truck. also drivers door handle very loose.
Anyone Have Problems With Thier 2004 4x4 Gmc Canyon Pick Up, 45 Days I Hav...
I have received two letters talking about valve seats and the other about the gas cap being defective has anyone had any of these problems occur on their 2004 canyon, as stated I have just spent 2500...