The 2023 GMC Canyon AT4X is coming soon, and it’s a masterpiece of design and off-road capability. Loaded with advanced tech and ready to take on the toughest terrain, the Canyon AT4X is a truly groundbreaking midsize pickup truck.
The Canyon AT4X is built to perform just about anywhere. Its off-road suspension provides 10.7 inches of ground clearance and high-control Multimatic DSSV™ dampers, and its standard 4WD system comes with traction-enhancing front and rear e-locking differentials. There are also five selectable drive modes, including an AT4X-exclusive Baja setting for high-speed off-road travel.
Stunning Style and Tech
You’ll never lack for connectivity, comfort, or convenience when you drive the Canyon AT4X. The Obsidian Rush/Ceramic White interior boasts front seats with heat, ventilation, and perforated leather trim. An 11.3-inch touch screen and 11-inch driver display give you access to wireless smartphone integration, Google Built-In, and a special Off-Road Performance Display. On the outside, the truck shows off full LED lighting, watertight tailgate storage, 33-inch MT tires, and a set of protective skid plates.
The Exclusive Edition 1
Available only on the Canyon AT4X, the limited-quantity Edition 1 package takes this truck to an even higher level. Features include front and rear underbody cameras, an off-road bumper with a safari bar, a winch by COMEUP, and a reconfigurable bed rail system.
Trucks like the Sierra 1500 and Sierra HD can be equipped with an impressive array of ProGrade™ Trailering System features that help you maneuver your trailer, see around it, and ensure that it’s safe for the road.
15 camera views
GMC trucks are available with up to 15 trailering camera views, including the auto industry’s first Transparent Trailer feature. These views allow you to hitch and unhitch, back up, and change lanes with confidence.
Trailer customization and safety
ProGrade™ gives you the ability to test your trailer’s lights with one push of a button, go through step-by-step checklists for hitching up, and save custom profiles if you have multiple trailers.
To access these features, you can use your truck’s in-vehicle trailering app. You can also control them from the myGMC mobile app on your smartphone!
Towing with the Yukon
You don’t have to buy a GMC truck to take advantage of all these towing features! The GMC Yukon full-size SUV is a trailering standout, too. It offers the in-vehicle app, Hitch Guidance with Hitch View, up to nine camera views, and more.
To learn more about GMC’s trailering technologies and how they can benefit you, get in touch with the Sunrise Buick GMC at Wolfchase team and we’ll be happy to answer all your questions!
Love adventuring off the beaten path? The 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 truck lineup offers not one, but two great options. If you’re having a hard time deciding between the AT4 or the new AT4X, here’s a quick look at their top features to help you decide!
Key off-roading features
The AT4 gives you standard 4WD, an off-road suspension with a 2-inch factory lift, a two-speed transfer case, and equipment like skid plates, recovery hooks, and mud-terrain tires. With the AT4X, you’ll get all this plus Multimatic™ DSSV dampers and tuned springs, front and rear e-locking differentials, and Terrain Mode for one-pedal rock crawling.
Under the hood
The AT4 gives you standard turbo-diesel power in the form of a 3.0-liter Duramax® engine that cranks out 277 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque. The AT4’s available V8 engine, which puts out 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque, comes standard on the AT4X.
Styling and features
With the AT4, you’ll get a Jet Black perforated-leather interior with Kalahari accents. The AT4X boasts an Obsidian Rush cabin with full-grain leather, contrast stitching, and ash wood trim. Both trucks come with a 13.4-inch touch screen, 12.3-inch driver display, and heated/ventilated front seats. Tech features like a Head-Up Display, HD Surround Vision, and a Rear Camera Mirror are available on the AT4 and standard on the AT4X.
GMC is quickly adding more electric vehicles to its lineup. After the Hummer EV, GMC has plans to release an all-electric version of the Sierra. While it could have a unique name, it will likely just be called the Sierra EV. GMC will release this new electric truck as part of its 2023 lineup.
While GM has not released too many details about this new truck, we expect it will be powered by GM’s Ultium battery packs with the option of either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. It’s expected that the Sierra EV will be available with a variety of battery options to suit different driving preferences. The standard battery option is predicted to offer more than 200 miles of driving range, while the long-range option will likely top out around 400 miles.
Initially, the Sierra EV may be available only in the range-topping Denali trim. Though, other trim options will likely follow later on.
An innovative electric option that we may see on the Sierra EV is an onboard generator that can be used to power appliances or your home. This could be helpful during a weather emergency if your area loses power for a significant amount of time.
Stay tuned to our blog for more news on the Sierra EV. Or visit us at Sunrise Buick GMC at Wolfchase to take one of our current Sierra trucks for a whirl.
There’s a reason that the GMC Sierra HD is among the most popular heavy-duty trucks on the market. It’s got more to offer than an impressive 36,000-pound towing capacity and a range of attractive trim level options — this hardworking pickup has won praise from J.D. Power’s 2021 APEAL Study for its ability to capture the hearts and minds of drivers.
The J.D. Power 2021 U.S. Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) StudySM is all about measuring owners’ emotional attachment to their new vehicle, and the results indicate that the GMC Sierra HD is among the most captivating trucks on the market. It’s taken the prize for two years in a row.
And it’s easy to see why — the Sierra HD offers plenty of power, technology, and convenience. With 15 available camera views, it takes the guesswork out of maneuvering with a trailer. Thanks to its two capable engine options, you’ll be able to bring along all of your cargo. When equipped with the standard 6.6-liter V8, the Sierra HD unleashes 401 horsepower and 464 lb-ft of torque, while its 6.6-liter Duramax® Turbo-Diesel V8 pumps out 445 horsepower and 910 lb-ft. of torque.
See why the Sierra HD has won the hearts of so many drivers — come take it for a spin at Sunrise Buick GMC at Wolfchase in Memphis, Tennessee.
Ready for your next family getaway or weekend adventure? You don’t need to pitch a tent or book a cabin — your GMC Sierra 1500 can serve as your home base, complete with connectivity features, climate control, and plenty of room to stretch out. Here’s a look at four handy tips for camping out in your GMC Sierra 1500.
Vehicle air mattress
Want to sleep under the stars? Turn your Sierra’s bed cozy sleep spot with an inflatable car air mattress.
Don’t want onlookers taking a peek into your truck while you’re napping? Consider investing in some window screens. In addition to keeping the cabin cooler by blocking out the sun’s rays, this accessory prevents prying eyes. Some even allow you to maintain your privacy while keeping the windows cracked for ventilation.
Find places to park If you’re looking for a place to park your Sierra 1500 for the night, check out the Allstays app, available for Android and iOS.
Tap into solar power
While you can use your Sierra to recharge your phone, you can enjoy some extra electricity simply by placing a small solar panel on your dashboard. It’ll soak up the sun’s rays while you’re out exploring for the day. When you return, you’ll be able to charge your phone or power small electronics.
You can find a massive selection of GMC Sierra accessories at Sunrise Buick GMC at Wolfchase in Memphis, Tennessee. Stop by our showroom today, or visit us online to order your adventure gear.
The 2021 model year will bring some significant changes to the trim levels of the GMC Canyon, a small pickup truck. Just like its cousin, the Chevy Colorado, the Canyon will go on without its base trim, along with a few other key changes.
The 2020 GMC Canyon used to come in six trim levels: SL, Base Canyon, SLE, SLT, All Terrain, and Denali. The 2021 model will cut that down to four: The Elevation Standard, Elevation, AT4, and Denali. While the model is losing some potential combinations of cab size and bed lengths, there will still be 14 different combinations so you can build your ideal truck.
The first-ever Canyon AT4 is an off-road specialist that will come standard with a V6 engine capable of generating 308 horsepower. 31-inch Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires, Advanced Hill Descent Control, four-wheel drive with Rear Automatic Locking Differential, and a two-speed AutoTrac transfer case will make it a peerless beast both on and off the road.
If you want more torque, opt for the 2.8L Duramax® Turbo Diesel Engine and take advantage of its 369 pound-feet of twist. Luxury doesn’t take a backseat to the rugged capabilities of the 2021 Canyon AT4; heated front seats and a heated steering wheel will keep you comfortable on any road, in any temperature.
While we don’t know many more specific details about the upcoming 2021 Canyon, we hope to see you here at Sunrise Buick GMC at Wolfchase when it hits lots later this year.
GMC trucks have long been known for their strong capabilities, sophisticated designs, and advanced features. The GMC lineup is getting even better with a variety of GMC truck updates for 2020. Here is what you can expect to see in the upcoming models.
The 2020 Sierra 1500 is getting a new Duramax® 3.0-liter turbo-diesel engine. It is also expanding the availability of the ten-speed automatic transmission and carbon fiber bed across the selection of trim levels. You will be able to choose the CarbonPro bed on the AT4 and Denali. The ProGrade Trailering System also receives an update this year; offering up to 15 camera views.
For the 2020 model year, the GMC Sierra HD lineup is all-new. It delivers stronger capabilities than ever before with a class-leading maximum towing capacity of up to 35,500 pounds. The Sierra HD will also be available with the enhanced ProGrade Trailering system. Available Smart Trailer Integration lets you control certain trailer functions through the myGMC mobile app.
Tire Fill Alert is now a standard feature on the 2020 GMC Canyon. This system will give you both audible and visual alerts when the tires have reached the appropriate air pressure. The All Terrain trim will also come with the Driver Alert package, which includes Lane Departure Warning and Forward Collision Alert.
Whether you’re already a fan of GMC’s lineup of trucks or someone whose been interested from a distance, these 2020 models are the most driver-focused, capable, and efficient pickups in the brand’s history. Get behind the wheel of a GMC truck today at Sunrise Buick GMC at Wolfchase.