The 2021 GMC Canyon offers a total of seven exterior colors, four which are new: Dynamic Blue Metallic, Cayenne Red Tintcoat, Desert Sand Metallic, and Hunter Metallic. Here’s our first look at the new Hunter hue.
Assigned color code GED and touch-up paint code WA-244F, Hunter Metallic is the only green hue available for the 2021 GMC Canyon. This new color means that 2021 Canyon is offered in four metallic colors – Satin Steel, Dynamic Blue, and Desert Sand.
Altogether, there are seven exterior color options available for the 2021 Canyon:
- Satin Steel Metallic
- Summit White
- Onyx Black
- Hunter Metallic
- Dynamic Blue Metallic
- Cayenne Red Tintcoat
- Desert Sand Metallic
The Hunter Metallic color costs an additional $495, and is available only on the 2021 Canyon Denali trim level. As such, it is available in conjunction with two out of four interior color combinations – Jet Black and Cocoa with Dark Atmosphere – as they are the only two interior color options available on Denali models.
2021 GMC Canyon Levels:
- Elevation Standard (2VL, 4VL)
- Elevation (2LE,4LE)
- AT4 (4SB)
- Denali (2SD, 4SD)
2021 GMC Canyon Interior Color Combinations:
- Jet Black with Dark Ash
- Jet Black
- Jet Black with Kalahari
- Cocoa with Dark Atmosphere
For the sake of comparison, we’ve shown the Hunter Metallic exterior finish with the standard Canyon Denali wheel, as well as with the optional 20-inch Canyon Denali wheel, which is finished in low gloss Black. While the black wheel option appears to accent the Hunter Metallic finish a bit more favorably, we feel a black-out package of sorts for the Denali chrome trim would make it even more aesthetically pleasing.
The 2021 GMC Canyon started production on June 26th, 2020 at the GM Wentzville factory in Missouri. As of this writing, models coated in Hunter Metallic should be readily available at dealer lots across the continental United States. Of course, availability varies by dealer, so check with yours for complete details.
It will be the first time ever that GM offers two equally-equipped, off-road mid-size trucks simultaneously. The Wentzville plant will go offline on December 6th.
It will be the first time ever that GM offers two equally-equipped, off-road mid-size trucks simultaneously.
The Wentzville plant will go offline on December 6th.