GMC Canyon sales were flat in the third quarter of 2018 while increasing 8.6 percent in the first nine months of the year. So in what could potentially be an effort to propel sales of the midsize truck, GMC has introduced an attractive Canyon discount for the month of October 2018.
The nationwide incentive on the 2018 GMC Canyon for October 2018 is as follows:
- $2,500 bonus cash + $500 customer cash for $3,000 total cash allowance
As such, the Canyon appears to be one of the vehicles that runs contrary to GM’s strategy of reducing incentive spending in order to boost per-unit profit, since the $3,000 discount represents roughly 10 percent of the base Canyon’s value.
It should be noted that the incentive is applicable to all 2018 GMC Canyon trim levels except for SL models.
For reference, the applicable 2018 GMC Canyon trim levels and their corresponding MSRPs are as follows:
- Canyon – $30,495
- SLE – $33,695
- All Terrain – $35,795
- SLT – $35,795
- Denali – $40,595
- Must take delivery by October 31, 2018.
- Some may not qualify for the offer(s).
- Incentives are not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.
- Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
- See dealer for details.
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AboutÂ GMC Canyon
TheÂ GMC Canyon is a mid-size pickup truckÂ marketed by GM's GMC brand. It is currentlyÂ GMC's smallest pickup truck, slotting under the full-sizeÂ GMC Sierra. The current model was introduced in 2015 and represents the second generation of theÂ Canyon nameplate.Â It rides on theÂ GMT-31XX platformÂ shared with theÂ Chevy Colorado, as well as the international-marketÂ Chevrolet Colorado/S10 andÂ Chevrolet Trailblazer.Â As of September 2018, the GMCÂ CanyonÂ is offeredÂ only in the United States and Canada; it is not offered inÂ the two other markets in which GMCÂ does business -Â Mexico and the Middle East.
The 2018Â GMC Canyon represents the fourthÂ model year of the second-generation Canyon. The vehicleÂ remains highly competitive in its segment, offering two gasoline engines and aÂ diesel motor, which is a segment exclusive.Â As opposed to its Chevy-badged brother, the Chevy Colorado, theÂ Canyon does not offer an off-road-specific model like theÂ Colorado ZR2. However, the Canyon does offer a luxury-focused Canyon Denali model.Â Some of the biggestÂ criticisms of the second-gen Canyon include a lack ofÂ various desired featuresÂ wanted by many present and potential customers,Â includingÂ a moonroof, a sliding rear window, and an extreme offroad model.
The 2019Â GMC Canyon represents the fifth model year of the second-generation Canyon. The vehicle sees new exteriorÂ colors and a new set of bright silver 17-inch wheels on the SLE model. Additionally, the 2019Â Canyon gets new set of infotainment systems that represent the third generation ofÂ GMC infotainment systems, aÂ second in-cabin microphone for the front passenger, a high-definition Rear VisionÂ Camera on some models, UltraSonic Rear Park Assist, a heated steering wheel on SLT and All Terrain models, andÂ 6-way power driver seat on some models. There's alsoÂ a rearrangement ofÂ USB ports in the front and back.
A midcycle refresh for the 2020 model year is expected to bringÂ revised front and rear styling along with interior and powertrain updates.Â There's also the expectedÂ introduction of the Canyon AT4Â toÂ replace the Canyon All Terrain. TheÂ GMC Canyon is built at theÂ GM Wentzville factoryÂ inÂ Missouri operated byÂ GM USA.
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