General Motors has issued a Service Bulletin to address an issue with the Monroney labels (or window stickers) on certain examples of the 2021 GMC Canyon mid-size pickup.
The problem: certain examples of the 2021 GMC Canyon may have been delivered to dealerships with a Monroney label that displays the incorrect fuel economy figures.
The hazards: if a customer buys a vehicle with a Monroney label displaying inaccurate fuel economy figures, they may be misled into believing the vehicle is more or less fuel efficient than it actually is. This does not pose any kind of safety hazard to the driver or vehicle occupants, although it is important that the Monroney displays accurate information with regard to the vehicle’s efficiency.
The fix: GM dealers will be instructed to replace the Monroney label on all affected GMC Canyon trucks. All vehicles affected by this problem are still in dealership inventory and retail and fleet customers are therefore unaffected. GM says it will begin mailing out the right Monroney labels on June 18th, 2021 and dealers should receive their labels within one week of the mailing date. Dealers that do not receive replacement labels can also reach out to GM directly to request one.
- Monroney label
- 2021 GMC Canyon pickup
Number of affected vehicles: GM has not said how many vehicles may be affected by this issue. As mentioned previously, the only vehicles affected by this issue are still in dealership inventory. There is no action required from customers who have purchased a 2021 GMC Canyon previously.
Owners should: dealerships will be instructed to replace the Monroney labels on affected vehicles. This service update includes vehicles in dealership inventory only. The service update will expire on July 31st, 2022.
- GM service bulletin number: N212340731
- GMC Customer Service: 1-877-248-2080