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2015 Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon Production, Dealer Orders In High Gear | Edmunds.com

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edited September 2014 in Chevrolet
image2015 Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon Production, Dealer Orders In High Gear | Edmunds.com

GM on Tuesday said it will add a third production shift at its Wentzville Assembly Plant to meet market demand for the redesigned 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon.

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Comments

  • Is GMC only making a crew cab long box version of this truck? I went to the online configurator and that was the only option available.
  • I don't get it. With the generous markdowns always accompanying the full size trucks and with this truck's thirst, I would certainly pass on it.
  • Wow - I ran a couple price quotes via the link in the article - and the SLE V6, 4x4 seems really priced high ($36K+) (or I did something wrong?) and that was "without" adding any major options of which there is a ton of them, so either I did something wrong on the initial build sheet? Or I guess I have been out of the market too long....Throw in some options and sales tax and and we could be talking $40K for a decently optioned V6, 4x4, SLE.
  • hide y0 wallets
  • faztang1 said:

    Is GMC only making a crew cab long box version of this truck? I went to the online configurator and that was the only option available.

    No the Canyon is available with the short box crew cab and long box extended cab just like the Colorado. It's possible the configurator is only listing the style being made available now.



  • I agree that GMC shouldn't have only the crew cab version to build on their website. If the truck is on dealership floors within a few weeks then what's the hold up GM? Surely they already know the prices of a vehicle going on sale within a few weeks! How can GM be so behind on a truck with 30,000 pre-orders?! They lure us in with all these press releases then don't even have complete information on their own website! And as for the reviewer who didn't see the point of the Canyon compared to the full sized Sierra given the gas mileage, etc. I can only say "size!". As said in GM's press releases, they are targeting people who want the quieter, upscale feeling and ride of an SUV without the impossible-to-park giant girth of a full-sized pick up. Not everyone needs a huge work truck or a noisy poor mans small pick up as were the previous offerings from everyone. Quiet cabin with noise reduction, comfortable seats, and much easier to park for us city dwellers who only need the bed for wknd trips to plant nurseries, home improvement stores, or the lake. And the other five days a week they can have a nice riding truck without the nightmare of parking at malls, downtown, grocery store parking lots. I had an F-150 which I loved but running errands around town was akin to parking a city bus!
  • I'd be hesitant to buy any GM truck. After accepting the government welfare they still seem to be directing profits into stop salaries and not in product quality. Waiting to see just how many first year recalls the colorado will have. A nice looking truck , to expensive and suspect quality I'm wait this one out. By the way hope their using a different ignition switch in this one
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