New Vs Used: The Car-Buying Guide

New vs used, the eternal car-buying question. Here are just a few of the many things you need to consider when deciding whether to buy a new or a used vehicle.

New VS Used Car-Buying Guide

The New Advantage

Now is maybe the greatest time to be a new car buyer. First, you have access to the vehicles of more manufacturers than ever. In nearly every class of vehicles you can find two or three great options. And more classes are added every day (hello, CUV). And, unlike a used car buyer, a new buyer can pick the exact combination of features that they want. You don’t have to wait for months for the right model (with the right amount of kilometres to come along). On top of that, you have access to a wealth of information from manufacturers, professional reviewers, and normal drivers. But the new vs used debate is usually settled with money.

0% Financing

Specifically, it’s no longer difficult to secure 0% financing. Even Cadillac has gotten into the act. You can get a new Cadillac Escalade and pay no more than the sticker price (plus tax). That’s a first for the company. Of course, 0% financing isn’t a perfect deal for everyone. You loan term will end up being shorter than that of a higher interest rate which means that your payments will be larger. Then again, that means you will pay off your vehicle more quickly and will only pay for its value.

Two things to note. Firstly, used cars are starting to feature more attractive loan rates. You won’t find 0% financing, but some Certified Pre-Owned units can come pretty close – assuming you have a stellar credit rating. Secondly, you should remember just because you secure 0% financing doesn’t mean that you should purchase a more expensive vehicle than you would otherwise.

Depreciation

What’s the biggest cost of owning a new vehicle? Some might answer registration, insurance, or gasoline. But none of those come close to the cost of depreciation. Most people know that a new car loses 10% of its value when you drive it off the lot. But for some reason, the average person doesn’t think about depreciation like a regular expense. But, when considering an important decision like a vehicle purchase, you should consider it as one.

As a point of caution, depreciation rates are complicated. If the market is flooded with used vehicles, they’ll depreciate faster because demand is low. But, we can say that a new vehicle loses roughly 20-25% of its value in the first year of ownership. Fortunately, the rate of depreciation slows down after that. Still, after three years of ownership, a vehicle will have lost nearly half of its value. For some drivers, those first few years of ownership might be worth half of the vehicle’s purchase price. But, I think most people wouldn’t. That’s where shrewd used buyers come in.

If you purchase a vehicle that’s three years old, you’ve dodged the highest cost of ownership, and potentially paid 50% of the vehicle’s original MSRP. As the rate of depreciation slows, more of the money you invested in your vehicle stays there.

New Vs Used

With the diversity of drivers and their needs, we can’t say that buying a new or used car is “better.” New buyers probably want to enjoy the freshness of their vehicle and the latest features that come with it. Or, they want a specific combination of features and styling that they won’t find on the used market. Used buyers, for whom those things are not as important, get to take advantage of depreciation can save a ton of money. Both strategies can be good, as long as you understand advantages and disadvantages before you make the leap.

 

So, what kind of buyer are you? Hit the link to see our new and used inventory.

 

The 2017 Buick Encore

The 2017 Buick Encore

The 2017 Buick Encore

Compact crossovers are taking over Canadian roads. It seems like every automaker offers at least one small SUV. With the sheer number of available crossovers, it can be difficult for one to stand out above the rest. With the 2017 Buick Encore, the company’s approach is to offer the most standard equipment in the class. Quite simply, the base model Encore doesn’t feel like a base model.

That attitude is reflected in the Encore’s bold styling. 18” alloy wheels with magnetic inserts are standard. The split-wing grille is sharp, and the exterior lines are smooth. Overall, the 2017 Buick Encore looks highly confident. Obviously, the Encore is very small. At only 168 inches, the Encore can comfortably parallel park just about anywhere. By looking at it, you can guess exactly who will be driving the 2017 Encore: Canada’s urban dwellers with a demand for luxury. But, before we get to luxury, let’s take a look at the Encore’s engine selection.

Under the Hood

The standard engine across every trim level is the ECOTEC 1.4L Turbocharge I-4. It delivers a modest 138 horsepower. With the Essence and Sport Touring trim, you can upgrade to a 1.4L SIDI Turbo but, for only 15 additional horsepower, you probably won’t. To be fair, it’s also more efficient and features auto stop-start technology. That means it will get you some better fuel-saving numbers. But the most important thing to keep in mind is that either engine is more than capable of pushing the the nimble Encore through the corners. And, when you add all-wheel drive, you get an SUV that is confident in all conditions.

Big Comfort

The Encore is deceptively comfortable on the inside. It would be dishonest to call it spacious. But it does seat five comfortably. The fit and finish are exceptional with touches like a standard leather-wrapped steering wheel and available heated, leather seating. Additionally, the front passenger and second-row seats fold down for pretty impressive cargo space.  Active Noise Cancellation and Buick QuietTuning are standard as well. That technology ensures any noise from the engine or the road is eliminated. Consequently, the cabin is calm and peaceful – even on the highway.

Entertainment

For premium entertainment, you’ll want the available 7-Speaker Bose audio system. It guarantees a concert-like experience within the Encore’s compact interior. You can manage your media with Buick IntelliLink and an 8” touch screen. You also get standard OnStar 4G LTE WiFi so that you and your passengers can stay connected on the go.

Ultimately, the Encore delivers comfort much larger than its frame would suggest. With an impressive array of standard features and a remarkably low price, the 2017 Buick Encore delivers one of the highest value propositions in the compact crossover segment.

Capital GMC’s 6 Road Trip Tips

6 Road Trip Tips.

Safety First

The first priority of any successful road trip (according to my mother) is safety. For a start, you need to make sure that your vehicle is worthy of the road. Obviously, if there are any serious mechanical (engine, transmission, et c..) you need to get them checked out before taking off on (or in) your odyssey. Additionally, you should make sure your vehicle is up-to-date on its routine maintenance schedule. That includes:

  • Change the oil
  • Replace filters
  • Top up all fluids
  • Check hoses, belts, and brakes
  • Check tire treads and air pressure

In addition to taking care of your vehicle’s maintenance, you should acquaint yourself with its esoteric safety features. If you have blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assistance, or something similar, make sure you understand how to use it. Over a lengthy drive, or a dark one, it can be easy to lose alertness. When that happens, all of your vehicle’s cameras and sensors become much more vital than during a ten-minute commute. Even if you don’t have any next-generation safety features, becoming familiar with all aspects of your vehicle is an important exercise.

Entertainment

Road trip playlists are more important than road trips. That doesn’t make sense, but I don’t care. To make it through a 12-hour drive, you must be entertained. Fix up a cassette, mix a CD, renew your satellite radio subscription, or build a playlist. If you use a service like Apple Music, make sure your playlist is download, so you don’t incur data overages or gratuitous roaming fees. Maybe even download an audiobook because you’re never going to read War and Peace with your hands and eyes like a savage.

Roadside Assistance

These days, a fully charged smartphone is a pretty comprehensive safety net. You can get standard cell coverage, and even data coverage in relatively remote areas. But having a cell phone in the middle of nowhere still doesn’t make it easy to find the nearest mechanic or tow truck. To avoid the headache, and road trip interruption, you may want to become a member of a service like CAA, who can help you out quickly in the event of a mechanical failure or other problem. You can also invest in manufacturer roadside assistance or a service like OnStar support to make sure help is never too far away.

Road Trip Documents

It’s important to have your license and registration with you when you’re only a few minutes away from home. So, if you’re a few hours away, it’s even more important. If you get pulled over by the police or are involved in an accident, having essential documents with you can greatly expedite the process. Of course, you also should make sure that you have maps (yes paper ones!), tickets, and passports, or whatever else you need to make sure your vacation runs smoothly.

Get Some Sleep

Fatigue is one of the most dangerous, and underrated, driving impairments. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that, each year, 100,000 police-reported crashes are a direct consequence of driver fatigue. Of course, as there is no objective measure for drowsiness, the numbers reported by the NHTSA may be low. Regardless, it’s obvious that driving while tired is dangerous. A Starbucks blonde roast with an espresso shot will only keep the lights on in your brain for so long. So, get a good sleep (if possible), take turns driving with your passengers, and pull over if you can’t keep your eyes open.

Save Some Gas Money

Two drivers who drive the same distance, at the same average speed, in the same vehicle will have different levels of fuel consumption if one driver accelerated and decelerated more often. Maintaining a consistent speed is much more fuel efficient than jamming on the brakes routinely and then accelerating quickly. Slow and steady might not win at Le Mans, but it wins in the wallet.

Speaking of that consistent speed, try to keep it around 95km/hr. Why? Well, it’s because the rate of fuel consumption does not increase linearly with speed. In other words, the rate of increase in fuel consumption between 45 and 55 km/hr is not the same as the increase between 85 and 95 km/hr. Fuel consumption increases exponentially with speed. Roughly, every 10 km/hr above 90 km/hr will decrease your fuel efficiency by 10%. I care about your well being, so we won’t go into the engineering, math, or physics behind it, but you should know that everything is air density’s fault. Damn air.

Have fun and stay safe on the road this summer. If you have any road trip tips of your own, share them in the comments below,.

The 2018 Yukon Denali

The 2018 Yukon Denali.

The highest peak of professional grade just stretched a little higher with the 2018 Yukon Denali.

The 2018 Yukon Denali

The GMC Yukon stands atop GMC’s SUV lineup. It’s a category in which practicality and power are essential. But, increasingly, luxury is too. In fact, more than half of Yukons sold are in the Denali trim level – GMC’s highest trim.

Form

The 2018 Yukon Denali features a defining new grille design. Alternating thin and thick slats replace the square mesh design of previous models. Matt Noone, director of Exterior Design, says, “The new grille, which is flanked by HID headlamps and LED Signature Lighting, advances the design legacy established with the very first Yukon Denali in 1999.” The grille is also made smarter by the inclusion of automatic shutters that close at speed to reduce drag and increase aerodynamics.

Function

However, you shouldn’t get the impression that power and practicality aren’t on show in the new Yukon. A 6.2L V8 engine, capable of 420 horsepower, is standard. Active Fuel Management is standard, too. The system switches from eight to four-cylinder operation automatically when performance demands are lower. Obviously, this improves fuel efficiency greatly. Additionally, the 2018 Yukon Denali will include a Hydra-Matic 10-speed automatic transmission which was developed in conjunction with Ford. Standard wheels are 20”, but there are also available 22” wheels.

Tech

In modern vehicles, luxury is synonymous with technology. The 8” diagonal GMC Infotainment system includes navigation, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. With smartphone integration you can manage phone calls, messages, and media with voice controls. And, with wireless device charging, you can simply set your phone on the charging mat to replenish the battery. The 2018 Yukon Denali’s driver information cluster also offers a head-up display, so you project dynamic information onto the windshield of your Yukon.

More standard and available features include:

  • StabiliTrak, trailer sway control, and hill start assist
  • Active Noise Cancellation
  • Standard, five-year OnStar Basic Plan with 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot
  • Heated and ventilated driver and passenger seats, heated second-row seats
  • Hands-free programmable power liftgate

The 2018 GMC Yukon will be available for purchase this fall.

2017 GMC Sierra 1500

2017 GMC Sierra Standout Feature

One standout feature on the 2017 GMC Sierra is the available Bose Active Noise Cancellation System. Bose is widely understood to be the leader in this technology and it shows in the Sierra. Even without it, the truck is remarkably quiet. Aerodynamic mirrors, valved exhaust, triple door seals, and hydraulic body mounts are just a few of the design elements that have been implemented to make the 2017 model the quietest Sierra ever.

But there are a lot of great features on this year’s Sierra. Let’s run through the trim levels to get a better sense of the highlights.

Sierra 1500 (Starting MSRP $30,745)

This is the base model of Sierra 1500. It includes a sturdy 4.3L, 285-hp EcoTec3. Unlike many base engine, the 4.3L includes Active Fuel Management which can automatically shut off half of the engine’s cylinders under light performance demands. The fuel saving benefit is obvious and allows the functional Sierra to double as a worthy city vehicle. Other key standard features include:

  • Chrome CornerStep rear bumper
  • 17” painted steel wheels

Sierra 1500 SLE (Starting MSRP $36,065)

Here are a few of the SLE trim’s highlights:

  • LED box lighting
  • Rear Vision Camera
  • 17” machined wheels

Most importantly, the SLE is more refined. You’ll get standard OnStar 4G LTE WiFi hotspot for connectivity on the go. And you’ll also get a leather-wrapped steering wheel, Remote Keyless Entry, and Bluetooth integration.

Sierra 1500 SLT (Starting MSRP $50,945)

Upgrading to the SLT trim includes the 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 with 355 horsepower and 383 lb.-ft of torque. The engine delivers best-in-class fuel efficiency among gas V8s. SLT also brings 18-inch, polished aluminum wheels and the option of full LED headlamps.  The following SLT features are standard:

  • Leather-appointed heated front split bench
  • LED fog lamps and tail lamps
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control

The SLT can also be upgraded to include the 6.2L V8 EcoTec3 with eight-speed automatic transmission.

Sierra 1500 Denali (Starting MSRP $66,070)

The 2017 GMC Sierra Denali is the perfect realization of luxury and rugged performance. When you upgrade to Denali, you get GMC signature LED lighting and high-performance LED headlamps. The 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 is standard as well. Of course, you get a host of luxury features:

  • Heated and vented leather seats
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Wireless charging mat
  • 20” aluminum wheels

You’ll also get the very latest in safety technology:

  • Low Speed Forward Automatic Braking
  • Lane Keep Assist
  • Intellibeam Technology
  • Forward Collision Alert
  • And more

The Sierra 1500 is one of the most versatile trucks on the market. It can be meaningfully customized to fit the demands of the driver. But, on each trim, elite, professional-grade performance remains constant.

Introducing the 2018 Buick Enclave

Enclave was introduced as a game-changer for the Buick brand and has since become one of our most successful and important vehicles. It set the tone for a more progressive Buick, helping change perception for us and serving as the standard-bearer of what our products stand for: smart, stylish luxury.

-Duncan Aldred, Global Buick and GMC Vice President

Meet the 2018 Buick Enclave.

The 2018 Buick Enclave

Now is an exciting time for Buick. The heavy lifting of their lineup overhaul is complete, and they can now focus on refining their vehicles. And the 2018 Enclave is perhaps the first Buick to reap the full benefit of this overhaul. Drivers will immediately notice the new 2018 Buick Enclave’s styling. Buick has completely reimagined the interior. A sharp, narrow new grille punctuates the athletic posture. You’ll also find Evonik Acrylite lighting technology and LED lighting to complete the aggressive new design.

Under the hood, the 2018 Buick Enclave will have a standard 3.6L V6 generates 302 horsepower and 260 lb-ft. of torque. Buick is pairing it with a nine-speed automatic transmission and auto stop/start technology for better fuel efficiency – and efficiency in general. Put that power to good use by upgrading to the available intelligent AWD. It is Buick’s first switchable AWD system. From the outside, the combination of force and ingenuity promises a highly enjoyable drive.

The Driver’s Enclave

Inside the 2018 Buick Enclave, you’ll find a standard 8” infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple Car Play. That also includes OnStar 4G LTE WiFi. Those features, along with available 10-speaker Bose sound system, can be fully enjoyed in the Enclave’s remarkably quiet cabin. Both QuietTuning and active noise cancellation have been improved even further. The combination of those technologies creates a silent cabin, even when driving over rough stretches of highway. You can carry out conversation from the third row to the first with little strain.

Frankly, the amount of standard features in the 2018 Buick Enclave is staggering. In addition to everything mentioned above, standard equipment in the 2018 Enclave includes:

  • Keyless Entry & Push-Button Start
  • Hands-Free Programmable Liftgate
  • Tri-Shield Logo Illuminating the Ground
  • Tri-Zone Climate Control

As you might expect, the Enclave also has a comprehensive suite of available safety technology:

  • Forward Collision Alert
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert
  • Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning
  • Safety Alert Seat
  • Following Distance Indicator
  • Front Park Assist

Obviously, the 2018 Buick Enclave is shaping up to be a very exciting SUV for the new model year. So, if you’re a fan of Buick’s new direction, don’t miss the Enclave.

Buick Regal Sportback and Tour X

Buick is adding two new variants to the Regal: “Buick builds on its track record of making bold moves outside traditional vehicle segments to deliver unique customer offerings that fit modern lifestyles.” One of those “unique offerings” is a powerful sports sedan, the Buick Regal Sportback, and the other is a reimagined station wagon.

Buick Regal Sportback and Tour X.

Buick Regal Sportback

The Buick Regal Sportback starts with available All-Wheel Drive and eight-speed automatic transmission. The Sportback’s AWD system “uses two clutches at the rear wheels for seamless, smart torque distribution. Beneficial not just in snowy weather but also during spirited driving, the system relies less on braking to maintain maximum performance and efficiency.” Buick have also added a 2.0L engine that cranks out 250 horsepower to push those wheels.

In 2017, Buick’s entire lineup received 5-Star Safety Ratings from IIHS. Now, they’re building on that success with the latest in safety technology. For example, the Sportback will add an industry first active hood pedestrian safety system. The system “senses the imminent impact of a pedestrian between 25-48 km/h (16-30 mph) and uses a pyrotechnic actuator to lift the back of the hood […] to lessen the impact and potentially reduce injury.” But, with available Front Pedestrian Braking, collisions with pedestrians can hopefully be avoided entirely. Other available safety features on theBuick Regal Sportback include:

  • Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert,
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert
  • Rear Park Assist.
  • Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning
  • Forward Collision Alert
  • Adaptive Cruise Control with Forward Automatic Braking

Buick Regal Tour X

The Canadian auto market is showing a high demand for compact and subcompact SUVs. Drivers want fuel efficient vehicles with AWD functionality. For this reason, all three of Buick’s SUVs outsell their cars. So, it makes sense that Buick would aim for the gap between the compact SUV and large sedans. Therefore, they’re introducing the 2018 Regal Tour X in hopes of making the station wagon sexy again. To its credit, the Tour X evinces some European flair. It’s design lines are much smoother than competitors like the Volkswagen Golf Alltrack. In other words, it’s not the boxy station wagon with rear-facing seats from your childhood road trips. But the logic behind reintroducing the station wagon is function, not form.

And the Tour X is certainly functional. It will have greater ground clearance than other Regal models and will likely feature All-Wheel Drive. Further, it will share the Sportback’s turbocharged 2.0L Tour X But perhaps its greatest feature is the ample cargo space. Behind the rear seats, you’ll find 33 cubic feet. When you fold those seats down, you’ll get 74 cubic feet. That’s enough space to rival most small SUVs. The cost, if you consider it as such, is the Regal’s size. The Tour X is incredibly long – seven inches longer than the comparable Subaru Outback. Then again, it will be a more manageable driving platform than most compact SUVs.

Both the Sportback and Tour X will be available at the beginning of next year. If you can’t wait that long, explore the 2017 Regal today.

One Million Denalis Sold

GMC has sold one million Denalis and it took less than 20 years.

One million Denalis have been sold.

“Mountain of a Milestone”

Hey, it’s their pun not mine. Denali is the tallest mountain in North America, and the Denali trim is the peak of professional grade. The name Denali commands so much respect that it often replaces the model names of GMC vehicles. But before we can talk about “now,” we need a little history lesson.

The Denali line was introduced in 1997 with the Yukon Denali concept. It was conceived as a one-off, but hit production the following year. The concept drew its significance from the environment in which it was introduced. At that point, the SUV was clearly prioritising function over form. But GMC “sensed an opportunity to create a premium-grade model that could resonate with customers on a whole new level.” In other words, they saw an opportunity to combine the SUV’s natural capability with luxury comfort.

The production Yukon Denali of 1998 brought unique moldings, a single-colour paint job, and chrome wheels. Needless to say, it looked good. With the popularity of the Yukon, GMC immediately moved to expand the Denali lineup. In 2002, the Sierra 1500 became the first Denali pickup. Now, the Denali product portfolio consists of three SUVs (Terrain, Acadia, and Yukon) and three pickups (Canyon, Sierra, and Sierra HD). The expanded lineup allows more drivers to combine professional-grade performance with premium features.

One Million Denalis Plus

Speaking of premium features, the current selection of Denali vehicles have plenty. The latest technology comes standard. You get the connectivity of a 4G LTE WiFi hotspot, and ultimate safety provided by a suite Driver Alert technologies. On the inside, you can expect leather-appointed, heated front seats with French stitching, and aluminum accents. Finally, on the outside, signature chrome grilles and LED lighting project an aura of unrelenting confidence.

With the SUV and truck market still expanding, the demand for luxury features and innovative technology will only grow. Now that Denali has cemented itself atop the marketplace, GMC’s future is exciting. One thing’s for sure: it won’t take GMC 20 years to sell the next million.

The 2018 GMC Terrain

2018 GMC Terrain

Per Mike Speranzini, brand director of GMC in Canada, “The all-new Terrain delivers bold design, capability and precision to the fastest growing segment in the market.” There’s little substance in his statement, so let’s dig into the new 2018 GMC Terrain a little more.

The 2018 GMC Terrain was revealed at the Canadian International Auto Show earlier this year. Somewhat surprisingly, the SUV turned heads in a category typified by sameness. The new Terrain has a noticeably different front end. The previously rectangular grille has been rounded. Beside the angular new headlights, it looks sharp and modern. The chrome accents beneath the grille have been tightened into an aggressive paraph. This new design was informed by testing done in the wind tunnel.

The 2018 GMC Terrain

The Terrain is sporting some new features on the inside as well. For engines, the 2018 Terrain will have a few new options. An available 1.6L turbo-diesel will be offered alongside 1.5 and 2.0L gas versions. Both the 1.5L and 2.0L variants will come with new nine-speed automatic transmissions. The increased number of gears allows for smoother, more efficient acceleration. In turn, this translates to greater fuel savings.

Say Goodbye to Shift Levers

The most radical feature to be introduced is the New Electronic Precision Shift. EPS will replace the traditional shift lever which has long been the standard for automatic transmissions. Consequently, it might take some getting used to. The EPS panel is situated beneath the infotainment centre in an illuminated row. Neutral and Park modes are pressed like buttons, while Drive and Reverse must be pulled like switches.

Although it may seem strange at first, GMC insist the new technology is much more intuitive than competitor’s shift knobs. More importantly, the move to EPS will free up cargo space between the front seats. When combine with the flat-folding passenger and rear seats, the Terrain seems set to emphasise its utility.

The 2018 GMC Terrain will be available this summer. It will come in SLE, SLT, and Denali trims. If you’d like to check out the 2018 Terrain’s predecessor, follow the link below. After all, you may want to get one before the shift lever is a thing of the past.

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2017 GMC Canyon: Extended Lineup

2017 GMC Canyon

Cars.com’s Best Midsize Pickup of 2016

In creating the first smart-sized luxury pickup, GMC have found a winning formula. After intensive testing, Cars.com named the 2016 Canyon the best midsize pickup. GMC’s offering won out against good competition from Honda and Chevrolet. The Ridgeline and Colorado offered good performance in individual categories, but failed significantly in others. The Canyon, meanwhile, performed admirably in all categories tested by Cars’ editors.

Professional-grade performance was on full display. The 2016 model can be upgraded to Duramax 2.8L turbo diesel 4-cylinder engine. It comes with standard Tow/Haul Mode, Hill Start Assist, and StabiliTrak® with Traction Control.

All-New 2017 GMC Canyon

Despite the Canyon’s success, GMC isn’t resting on its laurels. For 2017, they’ve announced an expansion of the Canyon lineup. Specifically, GMC is going to to introduce All Terrain X and Denali variants of the mid-sized standout. All Terrain X, is GMC’s exclusive off-road package. The Canyon variant will feature off-road suspension, a unique interior with red stitching, a 3.6L V-6 and more.

As GMC’s most premium trim, Denali needs little introduction. Often touted as the pinnacle of professional grade, Denali offers premium aesthetic features as well as standard mechanical and safety enhancements. In the 2017 Canyon Denali, drivers get a Bose seven-speaker system, Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warning, automatic climate control, and more. For the best in pickup and SUV luxury, people have long trusted the Denali trim.

More Upgrades

Additionally, across the whole lineup of Canyons, GMC is introducing a wealth of features to entrench their position at the top. GMC says the new 3.6L V6 combined with an eight-speed automatic transmission will provide “confident acceleration and smoother shift performance.” Drivers will also enjoy features like:

New IntelliLink radio with 7-inch-diagonal colour touchscreen
Standard Teen Driver Mode through IntelliLink
Exterior colours Dark Slate Metallic, Mineral Metallic and Red Quartz Metallic
And more

At the end of the day, the first smart-sized luxury pickup is also the best midsize. So, if you want to experience professional-grade performance for yourself, test drive a GMC Canyon today.