GMC Reveals 2015 Canyon Nightfall Edition

GMC Reveals 2015 Canyon Nightfall Edition

In a move to grab more attention to the mid-size pickup truck market GM has added a new trim level to the Canyon.

Called the Canyon Nightfall Edition, the package is available on SLE crew cab models.

It can be has in either 2WD or 4WD, and comes in one colour; Onyx Black. It is due to be available in the second quarter of 2015.

On top of the standard equipment that comes with the SLE, the Nightfall Edition adds, a black grille, black assist steps, factory spray-in bedliner, 18-inch aluminum wheels with Dark Argent painted inserts, polished exhaust tip, automatic climate control and remote start.

On the inside you will find a soft touch instrument panel that features aluminum trim, a leather steering wheel with audio controls, a rear-view camera, an 8 inch colour touch screen radio with GMC IntelliLink, 2 USB ports, Sirius XM and OnStar with 4G LTE and a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot (with a three-month/3GB data trial).

The Canyon Nightfall Edition builds upon an already award winning base. The Canyon has been named Autoweek’s Best of the Best truck for 2015.

Gm has returned to the midsize truck market offering the best horsepower and fuel consumption rating in the segment.

The canyon comes with 2 engine choices: a 2.5L I-4 that makes 200 hp and returns 8.8 L/100km highway (2WD), and a 305 hp 3.6L V6 that returns 9.2 L/100km (2WD), and can tow up to 3,175 kilogram (7,000-pound) trailering rating.The only question left, do you want the blacked-out edition or not? canyon bed canyon step

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