Most Expensive GMC Canyon 2023 Cost Nearly $72,000

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GMC launched the new Canyon in August and now the medium truck online configurator is up and running to show full pricing details. Available exclusively in Crew Cab form, this workhorse starts at $38,095 MSRP for the Elevation trim level with 2WD or from $41,395 if you want 4WD with the same base model. Next up is the AT4 which is available with 4WD only from $45,395 while the Denali also sends power to both axles and is priced at $52,495.

At the top of the range, the AT4X will run you $56,995 before options. This Volcanic Red Tintcoat is an additional $645 and those 17-inch beadlock wheels are part of the pricey $9,295 Edition 1 Pack. The latter is a comprehensive bundle that includes 10 additional items: reconfigurable bed rails, lighting wiring kit, 30-inch off-road front grille light bar, tire pressure monitoring system, performance front skid plate, underbody camera, Safari front bar, accessory power distribution box, winch, accessory switch kit.

We’re not done with the extra stuff yet as the 2023 GMC Canyon AT4X can also be equipped with a power sunroof for an extra $1,000. There is also a soft tonneau cover for $595 while the $1,250 hard tonneau is not compatible with the Edition 1 Package. Removable side steps are offered for $495 and you can also spend $120 for a set of four cargo straps. Other items include cargo box LED lights for $350, front license plate brackets for $40, engine block heaters for $100, steel driveshafts for $695, and black chrome exhaust tips for $200.

Stepping into the cab, GMC will charge you $50 for the red seat belts, $849 for the Kicker sound system, and $495 for the off-road recovery kit. With all the included bells and whistles, the 2023 Canyon AT4X with Edition 1 Package costs $71,724 before taxes, title, licensing and dealer fees.

As previously reported, all trim levels are offered exclusively with a 2.7-liter turbocharged engine that produces around 310 horsepower (230 kilowatts) and 430 pound-feet (583 Newton-meters) of torque sent to the wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission. . With the third-generation model, Canyon has dropped the Duramax diesel engine because GM believes its petrol engine is good enough.

You can play with the configurator in the source link below.