The 2021 GMC Canyon has arrived, bringing with it a number of new changes. Headlining the list of updates is a new front end and restyled grille, as well as the arrival of the new off-roader AT4 trim level as a replacement for the All Terrain, and further changes to the overall trim level structure. What’s more, the new Canyon now offers SiriusXM 360L satellite radio as both standard and optional, depending on the trim level chosen.
Per the GMC Canyon’s new trim level structure, SiriusXM 360L is available for mid-range models and standard at the top. Make sure to check our exclusive coverage of the 2021 GMC Canyon’s trim level restructure for more information, including which trims have been deleted, and which trims have been replaced outright.
As for availability of SiriusXM 360L, we find the Elevation Standard, Elevation, and AT4 trim levels come with the “regular” SiriusXM feature as standard equipment. Meanwhile, the upgraded SiriusXM 360L feature is available on Elevation and AT4 trim levels, and standard on the range-topping Denali trim levels.
We have outlined complete feature availability for the 2021 GMC Canyon in the following table:
|Trim level:||Elevation Standard 2WD||Elevation Standard 4WD||Elevation 2WD||Elevation 4WD||AT4 4WD||Denali 2WD||Denali 4WD|
- S – Standard
- N/A – Not Available
- A – Available
For those who may be unaware, SiriusXM 360L is an advanced version of the SiriusXM radio service. Features include both satellite radio and streaming radio, as well as On Demand services, with more than 200 channels of content covering everything from sports, to interviews, to event coverage, to pre-recorded shows. What’s more, SiriusXM 360L also provides recommendations based on listener preferences.