GM’s full size SUV range has been redesigned and goes on sale later this year. We put them together in a side by side comparison to see how they differ.
The 2019 GMC Canyon Denali has a 3.6L V6 with 230kW (308hp) and 373Nm (275 lb-ft), optional 2.8L Duramax turbo-diesel I4, and a big, chrome mesh grille.
The second generation GMC Canyon is based on the North American Chevrolet Colorado, but has different lights and a bigger grille.
The 2021 GMC Yukon has unique headlamps, taillamps, grille, bumpers, a fender vent, extra chrome and for the Denali only a unique dashboard.
The 2021 GMC Yukon now has more differentiation between it and the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban, and the big selling Denali has an even bigger change.
The 2021 GMC Yukon AT4 is a new trim line with more offroad ability including adaptive air suspension, 2-speed transfer case, and 20″ all terrain tires.
The 2021 GMC Yukon Denali has for the first time a completely unique dashboard, HD surround view camera, 15″ head up display, and Magnetic Ride Control.
The AT4 is a new addition to the 2021 GMC Canyon range with a bigger grille, offroad suspension, 31″ tires with 17″ wheels, and 4WD with rear locking diff.
The 2020 GMC Acadia facelift has brought the 7-seat crossover into line with the brand’s popular pickup trucks. See the differences in this comparison.
The 2020 GMC Acadia Denali has a bolder grille, new bumpers, slimmer headlamps, a 9-speed auto, and an optional 2L turbo I4 with 230hp (172kW).