If there’s one thing you can count on GMC to always do, it’s adding a luxury Denali trim to each model in its lineup.
“But wait,” we hear you ask. “The Canyon pickup truck doesn’t have a Denali trim!”
You’re right—for now. Spy shots have revealed a Canyon testing in the wild with camouflage covering its front end. The camo wasn’t enough to completely hide the grille, however, which revealed the chrome mesh that all GMC fans will recognize as a mark of the Denali trim (by contrast, the standard model has horizontal slats).
The lower intake also appears to be completely lined in chrome, though the rest of the pickup looks the same as the current Canyon, which probably explains why GMC didn’t bother covering it up.
Given the pickup truck’s success, it makes sense that GMC would want to give it the Denali treatment. That means better quality materials, more technology, more convenience, and all the other usual luxury upgrades. Check out any of our Denali models at Paul Sur Buick GMC to see for yourself!