Sometimes I feel like a shitty Texan because I'm not a truck guy. I don't normally have much use for huge trucks and I don't really enjoy driving them. I'd rather do a track day in some hot hatch or cheap sports car than go off-roading. But after two weeks of driving a 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon back to…
A reader went ahead and bought himself a true unicorn: a base-trim 2015 GMC Canyon with a manual transmission. Here are his first impressions after getting it home and getting some miles on it.
The stock 2015 Chevrolet Colorado did alright in the dirt, but the aftermarket's going to make it a whole lot more fun. Chevy's trying to get the ball rolling on that with this "Colorado Sport" concept, showing off how much fun the truck looks with a roll bar and no air splitter.
The 2015 GMC Canyon looks like a miniaturized version of the full-sized Sierra, but the driving experience is a lot more accessible than any truck I've driven in any scale. GM's looking to lasso buyers who aren't sold on the "full-sized" experience, and they've got the perfect product to do it.
General Motors reports they've already had "nearly 30,000 orders" from dealers for the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado. To fill the expected continuous demand, they're increasing staff at the Wentzville, Missouri plant again by almost 30%.
Photos and details of the 2015 GMC Canyon were released at midnight confirming some of our theories, but there will be a manual and it sure does look sharp with that Sierra front grille.
The new 2015 GMC Canyon is supposed to debut in real life at the Detroit Auto Show tomorrow, but GM decided to debut the small-ish pickup in real pictures today. It's considered to be the slightly more-luxurious cousin of the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado, but it looks more like its big brother, the GMC Sierra.