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GM Adds Third Shift to Plant Producing Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon


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It remains to be seen if pickup buyers want a midsize truck again, but dealers are stocking up on the 2015 Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon – and GM is adding to the production line.

2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon Rated at 26 MPG Highway


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GM’s has released EPA fuel economy estimates for its entry-level pickups, the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon, with both trucks said to offer segment-leading fuel-economy for V6 midsize pickups.

2015 GMC Canyon Priced from $21,880


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Shortly after announcing pricing for the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado pickup, GM has released prices for the vehicle’s GMC twin, the 2015 Canyon.

GM Allegedly Working on Hardcore versions of Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon


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The Ford F-150 Raptor is currently safe, relishing in its own little niche that no other manufacturer has tapped like it has, but in the slightly smaller size class below, things may change very soon, if a report from GM Authority carries holds true.

2015 GMC Canyon Combines Sierra Looks with Colorado Underpinnings, Diesel Confirmed


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After Chevrolet unveiled the 2015 Colorado at the LA Auto Show, it is now time for its GMC alter ego, the 2015 Canyon, to see the limelight at the Detroit Auto Show.

Tuned GMC Canyon with Bolt on Turbo Sounds Like a Rally Car, almost Goes Like One


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Matt Farah of Drive isn’t big on done up pickups destined for street use, and I can understand why… It’s very hard to turn a such a vehicle into a sports car, because physics will always have a big part to play in handling.

Scoop: 2015 Chevrolet Colorado Filmed, Will Get a Diesel Option


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The clock is ticking for the world premiere of the new 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and its GMC twin, the 2015 Canyon, as both midsize pickup trucks will be formally unveiled this fall, before going on sale next year.

Along with a new spy video of the Chevrolet Colorado, courtesy of KGP Photography, we came to learn via an Autonews report that both GM trucks will be offered with a diesel engine option about a year after their fall 2014 market launch.

Sketchy Sneak Peek of New 2014 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon Midsize Pickup Trucks


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These are the first official teasers of the upcoming and all-new 2014 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon midsize pickup trucks set to be presented this fall, possibly at the LA Auto Show in November, with North American sales to begin next year.

GM did not release anything substantial in the way of information other than confirming that they will both be built at its Wentzville, Mo., assembly center, and that both were designed to be "capable, versatile and fuel-efficient alternatives to full-size pickups".

Chevy and GMC to Reveal New Mid-Size Trucks this Fall, On Sale in 2014


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General Motors is keen to cut itself a bigger slice of the US pickup market, with two all-new midsize trucks, which should offer performance and towing/carrying capacity close to that of the larger Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra. Expected to be revealed in the fall, the new trucks will go on sale in 2014.

These trucks really sound like a good idea, since they will offer considerable improvements in efficiency over their larger counterparts, yet GM will be differentiating the two, giving them distinct niches to cover.

Over 118,000 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon Trucks Recalled for Missing Hood Latches


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Oops…it looks like GM may have overlooked to add a secondary hood latch on its 2010-2012MY Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon twin pickup trucks, built from November 9, 2009, through August 28, 2012.

GM Suspends Production of Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon in Louisiana Due to Lack of Parts from Japan


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In yet another stark reminder of how intertwined today’s automotive business is, General Motors announced on Thursday that is suspending production at its Shreveport Assembly in Louisiana for the week of March 21 because of a parts shortage resulting from the crisis in Japan that started with last week’s tremendous earthquake and tsunami.

“We will resume production at Shreveport as soon as possible, and at this point, we have sufficient vehicles to meet customer demand,” General Motors said in a written statement.

The Shreveport Assembly in Louisiana produces the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon compact pickup trucks.