The middle is the second generation, so there’s a lot to say about 2019 GMC Canyon Denali with changes in design and machinery. Of course, there will be no drastic changes, but significant improvements are expected. With the return of the Ford Ranger to the US market, GMC Canyon and Chevrolet Colorado have prepared a decent response. Toyota Tacoma and Nissan Frontier are also important competitors in this market. However, we have to wait until the end of spring or early summer. However, the first model will not be available until the end of this year. Very attractive and durable, at an affordable price, strives to remain one of the most popular models in the US market.
Canyon Denali Changes
2019 GMC Canyon Denali sold in 6 versions: SL, SLE, base, SLT, All Terrain, and Denali. Available outer colors are cardinal red, Summit white, Onyx black, metallic satin steel etc. Future versions will have some modifications to the front fascia. So, you could expect a new grille and redesigned lights in the front and rear.
Trim Denali will get a chrome grille with different designs and lots of chrome accents on its exterior. There are several packages like Nightfall Edition and All-Terrain X- that meet the needs of different types of customers. Overall, the look looks a bit like a smaller version of GMC Sierra but it’s not always a bad thing. Canyon 2019 will also come in cabin crew and extended cabin setup. Type two beds will also be there.
Canyon Denali 2019 Interior
The Denali premium trim is what sets Canyon apart from the crowd. The front side of the familiar Denali with grill curtains will be the same as the Sierra model. Inside, it will be covered with leather seats and contrast stitching. The front seats will be adjustable power with the heater being implemented. In addition to the IntelliLink system, the 8-inch touchscreen will be equipped with the latest voice and navigation commands. The audio system arrives with seven Bose speakers. From safety features, the Denali Canyon will be equipped with front and rear parking sensors with camera, Lane Keep Assist, and gadgets offered with a lower trim pattern.
Canyon Denali Engine
Under the hood, we hope everything stays the same for 2019 GMC Canyon Denali. We expect the base engine to remain a 2.5-liter four-cylinder with 200 horsepower and 191 lb-ft of torque. Those looking for more pop can choose a 3.6-liter V6 with 308 horsepower and 275 lb-ft of torque. Finally, we expect a 2.8-liter four-cylinder diesel engine producing 186 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque to remain an option of autonomy.
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In safety, Canyon is the story of two pickups. The crew-cabin model receives all “Good” ratings from the IIHS crash test range, while the extended cab model can only collect “acceptable” ratings in driver and driver damage tests. Maintaining both body styles is a “baseline” rating in the front crash test and the “Bad” rating in the test lights they both receive. This refreshment can solve this problem if it comes with new headlights and an automatic emergency braking available. It is not possible to improve the test results of the extended cab model.