2012 GMC Canyon Regular Cab Work Truck 4WD 2Dr Safety Features

both 2012 GMC Canyon Fuel: 17 mpg city / 23 mpg hwy
MSRP: $22,385
The 2012 GMC Canyon is available in regular cab, extended cab and crew cab bodystyles and a choice of Base (Work Truck), SLE or SLT trims (SLT trim levels are now on Crew Cab 4WD models only). Minor updates in equipment changes and packaging are the only changes this year. An SLE-2 level is now offered on Crew Cabs. SLE trims have a four-speed automatic as standard. Models equipped with four-wheel drive feature an automatic locking rear differential. The GMC Canyon is a sister vehicle to the Chevrolet Colorado. The Canyon has been rumored to be on the chopping block for a couple of years, with a new replacement model arriving in 2013 or 2014.
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2012 GMC Canyon Regular Cab Work Truck 4WD 2Dr Safety Equipment

Make sure you read about the new 2012 GMC Canyon Regular Cab Work Truck 4WD 2Dr safety features and standard equipment. The list of 2012 GMC Canyon Regular Cab Work Truck 4WD 2Dr safety equipment includes child safety seat anchor, anti-lock brakes, air bags, and more. View additional data about the 2012 GMC Canyon Regular Cab Work Truck 4WD 2Dr protection systems below!

Note: Some optional safety features may not be available on some vehicle trims. See each vehicle trim's Safety Features page for details for that Vehicle.

Available Safety Features

Automatic Crash Response Std
Connections Service Std
Fog Lights, Front Opt
Lights, Daytime Running Std
OnStar w/Emergency & Safety Services Std
Restraint System, Dual Front & F&R Head Curtain Air Bag Std
Tire Pressure Monitor Std
W/S Wipers, Intermittent Std
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