White 2019 GMC Canyon

2019 GMC Canyon

Blue 2019 Chevy Colorado

2019 Chevy Colorado

2019 GMC Canyon vs. 2019 Chevy Colorado

In the world of the mid-size trucks, there are those made by General Motors and then there’s the rest. Troy drivers looking for a dependable pickup that’s outfitted for comfort as much as capability are surely weighing the 2019 GMC Canyon vs. 2019 Chevy Colorado. But what’s the difference between these two trucks, both made by GM? Dave Arbogast breaks down the differences you need to know before buying.

Canyon vs. Colorado: Base Models

The entry-level Colorado covers the basics of a truck without much flair. Highlights include a 7-inch infotainment system, two USB ports, and a six-speaker stereo.

The base 2019 GMC Canyon, on the other hand, gives drivers the option of extended- and crew-cabs, features a 3.6L V6 (with 308 hp to the Colorado’s 200-hp four-cylinder), and features a wide range of options, including: an EZ-Lift and Lower tailgate, remote keyless entry, cruise control, and a trailering package. This is in addition to power accessories, a rearview camera, Bluetooth, a 7-inch touchscreen, and voice commands.

2019 GMC Canyon Instrument Panel

Canyon vs. Colorado: Top-of-the-Line

Much like the base Canyon, the top-of-the-line SLE offers a range of packages to customize it to most drivers’ needs. The SLE Convenience Package features remote start, automatic climate control, and a sliding rear window. The All-Terrain Package adds on an off-road-oriented suspension, 17-inch dark-tinted alloy wheels, all-terrain tires and a rear locking differential (with interior amenities like heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and power front seating).

The Colorado, however, offers few options for customization at the high-end, instead requiring drivers to upgrade trim by trim. While the Z71 has some nice specs (similar to the All-Terrain Package), GMC gives drivers the option of having those specs or not on their SLE model. Essentially, the Chevy truck gives Dayton drivers few real choices.

2019 GMC Canyon Towing a Boat

Test Drive a 2019 GMC Canyon

The 2019 GMC Canyon simply gives drivers more options, starting off with a stronger engine on the base trim and leaving the 2019 Chevy Colorado looking outclassed. The best way to see if the Canyon is the right truck for your Vandalia life is to take a test drive. Contact us today to learn more or schedule time behind the wheel.

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