The GMC Canyon AT4 isn’t just one of the most affordable off-road-ready vehicles on the market, it’s also one of the most customizable with GMC’s special AT4 package and its countless add-ons and accessories. The AT4 isn’t about comfort or luxury; instead, it focuses on making your off-roading experience as safe and fun as possible by improving traction, reducing rollovers, boosting visibility, increasing underbody protection, enhancing fuel efficiency, and much more.
It’s no secret that GM has been slacking in its efforts to develop cars that can tackle serious off-road terrain. The last off-roader to come from General Motors was discontinued in 2010 and if it wasn’t for their partnership with Holden, there wouldn’t be any 4WD vehicles offered at all. But, there may be a light at the end of the tunnel as they have just announced plans to launch a global pickup truck brand called AT4 which will specialize in high performance off roaders. We recently had an opportunity to test drive one of these new models and our take away was that we think it is going to do quite well on both global markets and here in America.
The 2016 GMC Canyon AT4 is all about off-roading, but that doesn’t mean it has to be dorky. The design of the truck has been carefully tailored to make sure it looks like an aggressive off-roader but also manages to fit in with modern crossovers. It’s not quite as big as an SUV, so if you want something sleek and powerful, don’t worry! The removable panels on either side can be easily taken off and stowed away in just minutes, and they make all the difference when you find yourself zipping through narrow trails or trying to go over rocky terrain.
The thing that’s most surprising about off-roading in an GMC Canyon AT4 (or pretty much any fullsize truck) is just how easy it is. Chevy trucks have been popular among off-roaders for years, and it’s not hard to see why. The interior design of these trucks has always lent itself well to off-roading; engineers at General Motors like to say there are more than 100 tie downs hidden throughout their interior design. As far as comfort goes, though, our tester did surprisingly well. Whether we were riding around on city streets or venturing out into nature, things felt very solid and settled—no strange sounds from squeaky suspension components here.
The new GMC Canyon AT4 might not be something you need, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth a look. The idea of simply driving on pavement isn’t something all of us love. If you have kids or work in an office and sit down all day, using your car to go off road seems like a luxury to some people. But if you want to feel alive behind the wheel, then checking out an SUV with serious off-road capabilities could be just what you need. There are actually quite a few reasons why drivers across America should consider an SUV for their next purchase and one that’s made for navigating rough terrain tops many lists around the country.
The Gmc Canyon AT4 proves that you don’t need to spend an exorbitant amount of money to have a truly capable off-road vehicle. Whether you’re an adventure seeker or just looking for something that can handle more than just your neighborhood streets, take a look at some of what these trucks have to offer. Do yourself and your bank account a favor and skip buying that $50,000 Land Rover Discovery; instead, take advantage of what the GMC has on offer!
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