2015 GMC Canyon: The Contractor’s Tool

Updated Jan 19, 2014
2015 GMC Canyon All Terrain SLE Ext Cab Short Bed Front Three Qu
The all-new 2015 GMC Canyon features triple-sealed doors inlaid in the body sides for improved aerodynamic performance and a quieter interior.

Landscaper, road foreman, service manager, or company owner, the decisions on what pickup trucks fit your company’s needs are tough ones to make.

Is towing capacity the number that takes precedence? Is it fuel economy? Is it the size of the bed or the seating configuration? 

Most likely it’s a combination as usually no one pickup does it all.  You look at multiple needs and look for a combination of trucks that meet the corporate needs day in and day out.

With mid-size pickups returning to the market with the introduction of the all-new 2015 Chevy Colorado and 2015 GMC Canyon, contractors, DOTs and municipalities, heavy construction and utility companies, and a host of other businesses have a third choice for a new truck.

Why would a mid-size be of interest? We asked that very question to Tony DiSalle, U.S. Vice President of Marketing, Buick and GMC. 

His interview below provides some food for thought when it comes time to replace and/or add to your pickup truck fleet. 

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