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Never a Doubt: GMC Finally Releases the Canyon Denali We've Been Expecting

Car and Driver logo Car and Driver 11/17/2015 Alexander Stoklosa

2017 GMC Canyon Denali​

As we've suspected pretty much since GMC reintroduced its Canyon mid-size pickup for 2015, there will be an upscale Denali trim level, and it's coming late next year as a 2017 model. GMC has finally revealed the Canyon Denali, and it traces the now-familiar (and 17 years old!) luxe Denali theme perfectly.

The Denali package includes the anticipated chrome grille, chrome body trim, and dazzling—and surprisingly not-chrome—machined 20-inch wheels. Each of the six available paint colors come paired with a Jet Black cabin swathed in "Mulan" leather seats (the fronts are heated and ventilated), Denali-inscribed doorsills and floor mats, and a standard heated steering wheel, eight-inch touch screen, navigation, automatic climate control, and remote engine starting.

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The Canyon's 3.6-liter V-6 is standard, as well, but buyers also can opt for the lineup's newly available 2.8-liter diesel four-cylinder. Being top-of-the-line, the Canyon Denali comes only with the four-door crew-cab body, although the choice of two- or four-wheel drive is left up to the consumer. There's no word yet on pricing, but don't be surprised if the Canyon Denali costs more than $40,000.

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