The 2021 GMC Canyon AT4 arrived earlier this year as a replacement for the outgoing GMC Canyon All Terrain, once again offering off-road capability and a trail-bound demeanor, plus a few updates and equipment changes compared to its predecessor. Now, GM Authority has learned details of the new Canyon AT4 price structure, which means it’s time to line it up against pricing for the outgoing All Terrain model in the following GM Authority Price Comparison.
There are a few interesting things worth pointing out here, starting with the least expensive model on offer. At the lowest end of the lineup, the previous All Terrain model was offered in an Extended Cab / Long Box body style with Cloth upholstery, slotting in at $37,795. Given the new AT4 is no longer offered in that particular configuration, with the lowest Canyon AT4 price tagged at $39,395 for a Crew Cab / Short Box with Cloth upholstery, the least-expensive off-roader Canyon variant is now essentially $1,600 more expensive than before.
Additionally, lining up comparisons between the current AT4 configurations and their direct All Terrain equivalents reveals that Canyon AT4 price figures are more expensive across the board, ranging from $300 more, to $1,095 more. Check out the complete table below for details:
|Cab||Box||Engine||Transmission||Drive Type||Interior Material||MSRP – All Terrain||MSRP – AT4||+ / – AT4|
|Extended Cab||Long Box||3.6L V6 Gasoline||8-Speed Auto||4WD||Cloth||$37,795||N/A||N/A|
|Crew Cab||Short Box||3.6L V6 Gasoline||8-Speed Auto||4WD||Cloth||$39,095||$39,395||$300|
|Crew Cab||Short Box||3.6L V6 Gasoline||8-Speed Auto||4WD||Leather||$40,495||$41,195||$700|
|Crew Cab||Short Box||2.8L I4 Turbo-Diesel Duramax||6-Speed Auto||4WD||Cloth||$43,075||$43,375||$300|
|Crew Cab||Short Box||2.8L I4 Turbo-Diesel Duramax||6-Speed Auto||4WD||Leather||$44,475||$45,570||$1,095|
|Crew Cab||Long Box||3.6L V6 Gasoline||8-Speed Auto||4WD||Cloth||$39,695||$39,995||$300|
|Crew Cab||Long Box||3.6L V6 Gasoline||8-Speed Auto||4WD||Leather||$41,095||$41,795||$700|
|Crew Cab||Long Box||2.8L I4 Turbo-Diesel Duramax||6-Speed Auto||4WD||Cloth||$43,425||$43,725||$300|
|Crew Cab||Long Box||2.8L I4 Turbo-Diesel Duramax||6-Speed Auto||4WD||Leather||$44,825||$45,920||$1,095|
- All prices include $1,195 Destination Freight Charge
Although there is plenty of carryover between the new AT4 and the preceding All Terrain, there’s several noteworthy differences as well. For example, the AT4 equips a larger grille, Dark Chrome trim, and red recovery hooks, as compared to the smaller grille, Chrome trim, and black recovery hooks offered on the All Terrain. The AT4 also comes with Kalahari stitching and AT4 logos in the cabin space.
Meanwhile, the mechanical specs and greasy bits are identical between these two vehicles. Check out our previous feature comparison for a more complete picture of what differentiates these two vehicles.
Furthermore, the latest 2021 GMC Canyon is set to offer a new Sport Bar and Lighting Package, which will add a more rugged appearance and extra illumination as a dealer-installed option. Check out our exclusive profile on the package for more info.
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