Production of the 2022 GMC Canyon should start today after several delays. At least the online configurator for the refreshed truck has gone live.
Those who want to own the latest 2022 GMC Canyon can now build their own vehicle and view pricing on the website of General Motors. This Canyon is the final model before the next-generation pickup lands for the 2023MY.
Along with the new Chevrolet Colorado, the GMC Canyon Facelift is set to go into production on September 27, 2021, at the Wentzville plant in Missouri. Initially, the assemblage should have begun a month ago, but the global chip shortage pushed the launch date back.
Changes for 2022 are minor and include revision of both front and rear fascia, a new off-road AT4 trim level, a new Denali Black Edition Package, optional wireless charging for Denali models.
For the next generation (2023 Canyon), General Motors will use the GMT-31XX-2 body-on-frame platform, a single gasoline 2.7-liter L3B turbo-four engine, and a new Global B electrical architecture.
The 2022 GMC Canyon costs between $26,800 – 45,000. Despite numerous advantages, including brawny towing ability, composed driving dynamics, an intuitive infotainment system, diverse engine lineup, the truck has few active safety features and underwhelming cabin quality.
Source: GM Authority