GMC Canyon All Terrain
The GMC Canyon All Terrain pickup truck was initially a package configuration that offered customers enhanced off-road capability, and would become an actual trim level in the Canyon model lineup. Notably, the Canyon All Terrain was the precursor to the Canyon AT4 model.
|Model Year(s)||2015 – 2020|
|Engine(s)||2.5L I4, 3.6L V6, 2.8L I4 Duramax|
|Transmission(s)||6-Speed Auto, 8-Speed Auto|
|Drive Wheels||Two-Wheel and Four-Wheel-Drive|
|Availability||U.S.A., Canada, Mexico, Middle East|
At first, the All Terrain moniker represented a package available for the mid-size Canyon pickup, with availability beginning for the 2015 model year. For the 2018 model year, however, the All Terrain would become an actual trim level, slotting between the SLE and SLT models.
When the off road-inspired All Terrain package debuted, it was available on SLE models with either 2WD or 4WD and included the following content:
- Z71 suspension package
- G80 automatic locking rear differential
- Hill descent control
- Uniquely finished Dark Argent 17-inch aluminum wheels
- P255/65R17 all terrain tires
- Body-color rear bumper
- Front recovery hooks
- Transfer case shield (4WD models)
- Heated front seats
- Four-way power front driver seat adjuster
- Power driver and passenger lumbar control
The Canyon was also available with the enhanced All Terrain X package starting with the 2017 model year, and remained available after the Canyon All Terrain trim level became part of the lineup. The Canyon All Terrain X included the following equipment:
- Assist steps
- Black 3-inch round step bars (LPO-level item)
- All-weather floor liners (LPO-level item)
- Spray-on bedliner
- 17-inch Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac all-terrain tires (LPO-level item)
The All Terrain X package also required buyers to tick the box for either the 3.6L LGZ V6 engine or the 2.8L LWN I4 Turbo-Diesel Duramax engine. The former was standard on All Terrain models, while the latter was optional.
For the 2021 model year (see complete 2021 GMC Canyon details), the All Terrain sub-brand was replaced by the AT4 nameplate, with the Canyon AT4 replacing the Canyon All Terrain model (see complete GMC Canyon AT4 information and details).
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