The mid-size trucks have several characteristics that put them ahead of the better-selling full-size models like the maneuverability and efficiency while still provide enough towing and payload capability for the most buyers. The mid-size class revived after the arrival of the refreshed Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon in 2015 while the Toyota Tacoma continues to be the class best-seller. But with the return of the Ford Ranger and arrival of the Wrangel-based truck, there could be some meddling in the market share.
GM is, on another hand, finishing the new-generation of the heavy-duty models and we spotted multiple configurations of the Silverado and Sierra HD. But the question remains will there be some upgrades on the 2020 GMC Canyon and its mechanical twin. There were reports that the new generation GMC Canyon and Chevy Colorado will enter the production early 2022. Still, no test mules spotted on road of the 2020 Canyon and we don’t have any proof that there will be some styling and mechanical upgrades following the redesign of the light-duty Silverado and Sierra models.
So, the changes expected for the 2020 Canyon remain the matter of speculations. The model received the new infotainment system, parking sensors, new driver seat and color options for the 2019 version. However, unofficial reports claim that the next Canyon and the twin Chevy model could receive some styling, interior and mechanical upgrades.