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GMC Canyon Model Overview

GMC Canyon Questions

Bobby Bracey

Why Causes Reduced Traction Fault?

Sitting at a light. My Canyon decided to spike the RPMs but, only allow me to go 30mph. Receiving, "Traction Fault, Service Stab Sys". I can put the truck in park and turn her off for a couple minu...

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Every Time I Gas Up My Truck Doesn't Want To Start. Plus My Check Engine Li...

my check engine light came on and it gives me some codes for emissions and shortly after, everytime I gas up, it doesn't want to start and I need to turn it off and on again? why? help me please....

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I'm Thinking Of Buying A 2005 Gmc Canyon Crew Cab. Body And Interior Look ...

If this was a Volvo, I know they usually go up to 250,000 no prroblem. Toyotas also will go 225,000 to 250,000. I don't know if the 2005 GMC Canyon crew cab will last very long. Can anyone or eve...

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I Have An 07 Canyon 2.9 Liter, 4 Cylinder That Turns Off Consistently When ...

Keeps turning off.

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How Can We Contact A Seller To Get Details?financing Options?

How can we purchase the below mentioned truck?

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About the GMC Canyon

Good things come in smaller packages, or so GMC would like to think with the GMC Canyon.  This compact pickup took its place in the domestic maker's lineup in 2004 and holds a solid, if not leading, position in the American marketplace.  With 2 and 4 door versions, the Canyon has always offered a lot of trims.  However, the Canyon also lacks the V8 or even V6 that could set it apart in the power department.

As of 2007, the Canyon offered 2 different standard powertrains: a 2.9 L, 185 hp I4 and a 3.7 L, 242 hp I5 with a choice between 4 speed automatic and 5 speed manual transmission.  Gas mileage has generally come out to a solid 17 mpg in the city and 23 on the highway.  Overall, the Canyon presents a good option for those looking for a more rugged frame on their vehicle without needing mind-blowing towing power.