The 2021 GMC Canyon: A New Standard, plus the Adventurous AT4’s Debut

2021 GMC Canyon | Fuller Chevrolet GMC Blog | Rockland, ME

GMC’s 2021 Canyon models are a fresh, bold take on the Canyon truck, with an all-new trim level sure to please off-road enthusiasts.

Forward focus

For the 2021 Canyon update, GMC narrowed its trim levels to four. Don’t worry, drivers: you can still choose from 14 different combinations of cab size, trim and bed lengths.

The Canyon’s new base level is the Elevation Standard, while the Elevation trim replaces the 2020 SLE and SLT models. The new AT4 trim provides an off-road focus, while the Denali remains the highest Canyon trim level.

2021 GMC Canyon AT4 — off-road in style

The 2021 Canyon marks the debut of the AT4 trim, specifically engineered for your off-roading adventures. Its standard V6 engine gives you 308 horsepower, while an available 2.8-liter Duramax Turbo-Diesel engine provides 369 lb-ft of torque.

31-inch Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac® tires let you maneuver past any obstacles in the road, especially when paired with the AT4’s off-road suspension, standard four-wheel-drive and rear automatic locking differential. An Advanced Hill Descent Control system helps you manage tricky grades without pumping the brakes.

The AT4 has an interior to match its capable specs, starting with heated front seats and an available heated steering wheel. Available leather seats include Kalahari stitching, and the GMC Infotainment System-powered 8-inch touch screen will handle your navigation and entertainment needs.

To learn more about the GMC Canyon, contact us at Fuller Chevrolet GMC.

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