For the 2019 holiday season, a new GMC Canyon discount drops the price of select 2019 models by 16 percent during the month of December. It’s worth noting that this month’s offer is even more generous than the 14-percent discount offered last month, which was similar to the offer in September and in October. However, unlike the previous Canyon incentives, this rebate is not restricted to current eligible non-GM owners and lessees.
Additionally, GMC is also offering interest-free financing plus a cashback rebate for all 2019 Canyon models.
The nationwide GMC Canyon discount offer for the midsize pickup truck during the month of December 2019 is a 16-percent reduction of the MSRP. The offer is applicable to all 2019 Canyon trim levels except for the base SL. GMC provides the following example of the discount when applied to a 2019 Canyon Denali 4WD Crew Cab:
- $3,619 price reduction + $3,701 purchase allowance = $7,320 below MSRP
When the GMC Canyon discount is applied to a specific 2019 Denali 4WD Crew Cab model with an MSRP of $45,750, the starting price is reduced to $38,430. Discounts on other models will vary.
As previously mentioned, a combined GMC Canyon discount is also available this month:
- $1,000 APR cash + 0 percent APR for 72 months
Interested parties should note that both the 16-percent discount and combined offer will run thru January 2nd, 2020.
For reference, the 2019 GMC Canyon price for each trim level, including the $1,095 destination charge, are as follows:
- SL – $23,295 (excluded from this month’s incentive offers)
- base – $26,795
- SLE – $30,995
- SLT – $36,895
- All Terrain – $38,895
- Denali – $41,495
- Must take delivery by January 2nd, 2020.
- See dealer for details.
- Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
- Some customers may not qualify for this offer.
- Offer not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.
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About GMC Canyon
The GMC Canyon is a mid-size pickup truck marketed by GM's GMC brand. It is currently GMC's smallest pickup truck, slotting under the full-size GMC Sierra. The current model was introduced in 2015 and represents the second generation of the Canyon nameplate. It rides on the GMT-31XX platform shared with the Chevy Colorado, as well as the international-market Chevrolet Colorado/S10 and Chevrolet Trailblazer. As of September 2018, the GMC Canyon is offered only in the United States and Canada; it is not offered in the two other markets in which GMC does business - Mexico and the Middle East.
The 2018 GMC Canyon represents the fourth model year of the second-generation Canyon. The vehicle remains highly competitive in its segment, offering two gasoline engines and a diesel motor, which is a segment exclusive. As opposed to its Chevy-badged brother, the Chevy Colorado, the Canyon does not offer an off-road-specific model like the Colorado ZR2. However, the Canyon does offer a luxury-focused Canyon Denali model. Some of the biggest criticisms of the second-gen Canyon include a lack of various desired features wanted by many present and potential customers, including a moonroof, a sliding rear window, and an extreme offroad model.
The 2019 GMC Canyon represents the fifth model year of the second-generation Canyon. The vehicle sees new exterior colors and a new set of bright silver 17-inch wheels on the SLE model. Additionally, the 2019 Canyon gets new set of infotainment systems that represent the third generation of GMC infotainment systems, a second in-cabin microphone for the front passenger, a high-definition Rear Vision Camera on some models, UltraSonic Rear Park Assist, a heated steering wheel on SLT and All Terrain models, and 6-way power driver seat on some models. There's also a rearrangement of USB ports in the front and back.
A midcycle refresh for the 2020 model year is expected to bring revised front and rear styling along with interior and powertrain updates. There's also the expected introduction of the Canyon AT4 to replace the Canyon All Terrain. The GMC Canyon is built at the GM Wentzville factory in Missouri operated by GM USA.
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