Making its formal introduction for the 2023 model year, the third-generation GMC Canyon arrives with a long list of updates and changes over the preceding second-gen pickup, including new styling, an overhauled cabin, a new engine, and new tech features. While the latest GMC Canyon looks nice inside and out, some customers may have an urge to outfit their truck with a splash of customization. One good option may be a set of red seat belts, as detailed by GM Authority right here.
While the 2023 GMC Canyon and 2024 GMC Canyon are equipped with black seat belts as standard across the trim level lineup, a set of non-black seat belts could be exactly what’s needed to make the cabin a bit more interesting. To get a set of red seat belts, GMC Canyon customers will need to select the off-road-oriented Canyon AT4X trim level, which can be optioned with Red seat belts (RPO code 3F9) for an additional $50. The GMC Canyon AT4X is only available with a single seat upholstery option, namely Perforated leather in the Obsidian Rush colorway.
To note, Red seat belts are available on both the 2023 GMC Canyon AT4X and the 2024 GMC Canyon AT4X.
Compared to the second-gen pickup, the third-generation GMC Canyon is taller and wider, showing off a new look as well. The overhauled interior of the third-gen GMC Canyon features an eight-inch digital instrument cluster as standard on Elevation and AT4 trim levels, while an 11-inch instrument cluster is standard on AT4X and Denali.
Under the hood, the third-generation GMC Canyon cradles the turbocharged 2.7L I4 L3B gasoline engine, which is rated at a maximum of 310 horsepower and 430 pound-feet of torque. This powerplant adopts GM’s new TurboMax branding in conjunction with the 2024 model year, coinciding with further GM branding like Duramax, which is applied to The General’s turbodiesel engines.
The third-generation GMC Canyon is produced at the GM Wentzville plant in Missouri.