The GMC Canyon has a few changes planned just over the horizon, such as a facelift slated to drop for the 2021 model year that’ll include a new front end and grille, as well as the introduction of the off-road-oriented GMC Canyon AT4. However, prior to that, the 2020 GMC Canyon will bring its own changes to the nameplate, including the deletion of the All Terrain trim level for models in the 4WD Extended Cab configuration.
This includes all 2020 GMC Canyon 4WD Extended Cab All Terrain models (T2P53), with both the All Terrain – Cloth and All Terrain – Leather Appointed trim levels getting the axe with the latest model-year changeover. For reference, pricing for these trim levels on the 2019 GMC Canyon start at $37,595 for the All Terrain – Cloth and $38,995 for the All Terrain – Leather Appointed.
For the sake of clarity, this trim level deletion is strictly applied to the 4WD Extended Cab configuration, rather than the entirety of the 2020 GMC Canyon line. The All Terrain trim level will still be available via other configurations, such as 4WD Crew Cab.
This trim level trimming coincides with various other changes for the 2020 GMC Canyon. We’ll have a complete rundown on these changes shortly.
As we’ve posted previously, the GMC Canyon will not receive a mid-cycle enhancement (MCE) for the current generation. Rather, both the GMC Canyon and its corporate cousin Chevrolet Colorado will get a refresh (otherwise known as facelift) for the 2021 model year, with the all-new overhauled models expected to drop in either 2022 or 2023 for the 2023 or 2024 model years, respectively. The overhauled models are expected to ride on the GM 31XX-2 platform, which is an updated version of the GM 31XX architecture that underpins the current models.