With each passing year, GMC solidifies its reputation as one of America’s go-to truck manufacturers. That trend is set to continue as more people drive the 2019 GMC Canyon. Anyone who’s in the market for a reliable and feature-rich midsize pickup will want to give this one a look.

We’d love to let you see the new Canyon up close and personal. When you visit Copple Chevrolet GMC, you can peek inside, look under the hood, and even take one of these trucks out for a test drive. Until then, we’ll fill you in on some of the things we love most.

A Closer Look at the 2019 GMC Canyon


When you look at the outside of the Canyon, you’ll see a rugged pickup. But on the inside, you’ll find a surprisingly refined, comfortable cabin. There’s first-rate climate control, excellent noise reduction, and available high-quality materials such as leather-appointed seats that make the interior feel truly luxurious.


Speaking of comforts, there are some excellent technologies built into the 2019 GMC Canyon. There’s smartphone integration that works intuitively and a new infotainment system, called Infotainment 3. A Bose® sound system is also available.  

Utility and Performance

A lot of pickup drivers are going to want to know if this thing can haul. That’s why it’s good that the Canyon has the highest tow rating of any truck in its class when properly equipped. It also offers a couple of high-performance gas engine options, including a 2.5L 4-cylinder and a 3.6L V6. These engines deliver 200 horsepower and 308 horsepower, respectively.


The latest edition of the Canyon continues GMC’s commitment to safety, including several noteworthy features like:

  • Available Forward Collision Alert
  • Available Lane Departure Warning
  • Available Rear Park Assist

Test Drive the New Canyon in Omaha, NE

Again, you don’t have to take us at our word on any of this. We would love to let you see how the Canyon handles for yourself. You can find this midsize truck in our inventory of new GMC cars for sale in Omaha, Nebraska. Schedule your test drive today.