2015 GMC Canyon was designed to be small. Yet, it still makes a strong and lasting first impression. The innovative cargo box features and a stronger foundation, as well as its striking styling, all make Canyon standout among all its siblings from the small to midsize truck segment. Now GMC is enhancing the 2015 Canyon as well as other 2015 model year vehicles with a new connectivity feature - the OnStar 4G LTE technology.

This connectivity system will give occupants the ability to play games like EA SPORTS Madden NFL 15 online between two stationary automobiles or with others at home. The OnStar also includes a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot. Thanks to it up to seven people in or around the vehicle can stay connected.

However, the OnStar Wi-Fi is not the only way that the occupants can stay connected. Due to the addition of RemoteLink smartphone app, users can start and stop, or lock and unlock a Canyon. Other two quick phone commands offer the convenience of unlocking or re-locking the vehicle.

GMC Canyon is powered by three engines that are also efficient. The standard one is the 2.5L I-4 unit, while there is an optional 3.6L V6. Both powertrains include direct injection, variable valve timing and six-speed transmissions. The most powerful engine option is the 2.5L Duramax Turbo-Diesel, which joins the engine lineup for the MY2015.

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Source: GMC