The 2022 GMC Canyon Denali will be offered with a new Denali Black Edition Package that trades some of the mid-size pickup’s chrome exterior parts for black ones.
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GMC shared a photo of the new 2022 GMC Canyon Denali Black Edition on its Instagram page this week, providing us with our first official look at this new equipment package. Tagged with RPO code PEF, the Denali Black Edition package includes the following:
- 20″ aluminum, low gloss Black wheels (RPO RZO)
- Black, 5″ rectangular assist steps (RPO RVS)
- GMC Black Chrome Exhaust Tip (RPO VTA)
- All Weather Floor Liners (RPO AAK)
Adding the Denali Black Edition package also deletes the following equipment, which typically comes standard on the Canyon Denali:
- 5″ chrome production assist steps (RPI E15)
- Standard polished exhaust tip (RPO VQZ)
The Denali Black Edition Package is only available to order in conjunction with the Onyx Black exterior color (RPO GBA) and the Jet Black interior upholstery color (RPO H2X). It is also not available
to order with the available Power Package (RPO PDG), Cat-Back Performance Exhaust Upgrade System (RPO WBC), All-weather floor mats (RPO VAV), or All-weather floor liners (RPO RIA).
Pricing for the 2022 GMC Canyon Denali has not yet been announced, so it’s not clear how much the Black Edition will cost either. Prices for the 2021MY GMC Canyon Denali start at $42,890 for a Crew Cab Short Box model with two-wheel-drive.
The 2022 GMC Canyon will represent the final model of the truck before the next-generation Canyon is introduced for the 2023MY. The 2023 GMC Canyon will ride on an updated version of GM’s current GMT-31XX midsize body-on-frame architecture, which will be dubbed 31XX-2. Under the hood will be the turbocharged 2.7L I-4 L3B gasoline motor currently offered in the GMC Sierra 1500, while the model’s atmospheric 2.5L I-4 LCV and 3.6L V-6 LGZ, along with the 2.8L I-4 LWN turbodiesel Duramax will be dropped.