The midsize pickup has gained popularity over the last few years as more and more people reach for the more affordable, and extremely versatile smaller pickups. While they don't have the same size and power as the full-size pickups, these pint-sized trucks offer plenty of capability for the average driver. In today's comparison of the 2016 GMC Canyon vs 2016 Chevy Colorado, we will highlight the few differences between the two trucks and help you to choose the best midsize for your lifestyle and preferences.
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|2016 GMC Canyon||VS||2016 Chevy Colorado|
|2.5-Liter I-4||Base Engine||2.5-Liter I-4|
|200 HP||Horsepower||200 HP|
|3,500 lbs.||Towing Capacity||3,500 lbs.|
|Standard||First-Row LCD Screen||Standard|
These twin pickups offer the same base engine, horsepower and capability. When considering purchasing either the 2016 GMC Canyon or 2016 Chevy Colorado, it comes down to preference. The sleek and stylish exterior of the 2016 Colorado offers modern simplicity, while the aggressive and traditional exterior of the 2016 Canyon puts forth confidence. Under the hood, both trucks feature a 2.5-liter base engine with 200 horsepower and a towing capacity of up to 3,500 lbs. The GMC Canyon comes with 16-inch aluminum wheels, while the Chevy is fitted with 16-inch steel wheels.
Looking to the interior, both the 2016 Canyon and 2016 Colorado have high-tech features and comfort to offer. The standard first-row LCD color touchscreen in both trucks offers a fluid and easy-to-use control center for the audio system and the optional navigation system. Other features like a rear-view camera will utilize this screen as well. Both trucks come with a standard 6-speaker audio system and optional steering wheel mounted audio controls. Two interior power outlets in both trucks allow you to charge electronics, while comfortable vinyl seating for two passengers makes your travelling time more enjoyable. When it comes to choosing between the GMC Canyon and the Chevy Colorado, it is easy to choose the aggressive and powerful stance of the Canyon for your next pickup.