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The 2023 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon will start at $37,197 and $48,487 respectively in Canada

Chevrolet and GMC have both added the 2023 Colorado and Canyon to their online configurator in Canada.

  • Both midsize pickups share the same platform and mechanical elements.

  • The Chevrolet is the only one to offer 2WD and a Work Truck version.

  • Online configurators are now live for both models.

General Motors refreshed its mid-size pickups for the 2023 model year and their Canadian prices are now available online.

Both the 2023 Chevrolet Colorado and the 2023 GMC Canyon arrive with modified exterior and interior designs as well as a new powertrain taken from the larger Silverado and Sierra.

The new trucks also come with a higher price tag, with the Colorado starting at $37,197 instead of $32,142 and the Canyon starting at $48,487 instead of $35,722.

The difference in price between the Chevrolet and GMC versions can be explained by the presence of a stripped-down WT (Work Truck) version of the Colorado where the Canyon starts with the Elevation trim level, which is comparable to the Trail Boss version of the Colorado.

In addition, the Colorado WT can be ordered in 2×4 form while the GMC comes standard with 4×4.

2023 GMC Canyon
2023 GMC Canyon | Photo: GMC

The Chevrolet Colorado is offered in five trim levels that range in price from $37,197 to $58,897 while the GMC Canyon has four trim levels that range from $48,497 to $67,797.

Under the hood, both trucks share the same 2,7L turbocharged four-cylinder engine that is offered in three output levels.

All of the Canyon trim levels are powered by the most powerful version that makes 310 horsepower and 430 lb-ft of torque.

At Chevrolet, the Colorado can be had with either a version that makes 237 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque in the WT and LT or a version that makes 310 horsepower and 391 lb-ft of torque which is standard in every other trim level and an option that costs around $1,500 on both the WT and LT.

Many optional packages are offered on both trucks, including identical trailering and technology packages that cost $1,150 and $1,095 respectively, and brand-specific packages such as the Chevrolet’s $1,310 Pro Essentials package and the GMC’s $2,095 Elevation Premium package.

Online configurators are up on both companies’ websites to show further details about pricing and features for the 2023 Colorado and Canyon.

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