2017 Toyota Tacoma vs 2017 GMC Canyon

The midsize pickup truck segment includes a wide selection of outstanding models. Each one comes in a variety of configurations and offers a number of options, so shoppers can find the pickup that best suits them and their lifestyle. Not to mention, truck models are known for being reliable and offering exceptional off-road performance while also providing a comfortable cabin with the latest technologies.

Two popular models, the 2017 Toyota Tacoma and 2017 GMC Canyon, each bring unique elements to the table while also sharing multiple qualities with one another. Here, midsize pickup shoppers can learn about key differences and similarities between the Toyota Tacoma and GMC Canyon before deciding which one is right for them.

2017 Toyota Tacoma vs 2017 GMC Canyon

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2017 Toyota Tacoma VS 2017 GMC Canyon
1,620 lb Base Payload Capacity 1,430 lb
4 passengers Base Trim Seating Capacity 2 passengers
AM/FM radio, CD player, MP3 capability, auxiliary port, Bluetooth® compatibility Standard Audio System AM/FM radio, auxiliary port
Standard LED Brake Lights Only available on higher trims

Both the Toyota Tacoma and GMC Canyon come standard with an I-4 engine, although shoppers can upgrade to a larger, more powerful engine on higher trim levels. Despite a similar engine, the Tacoma offers a higher standard payload capacity than the Canyon. The Tacoma base trim also has room for two more passengers than the Canyon. Drivers who require additional space can upgrade to a larger cab configuration for both models. The 2017 Toyota Tacoma comes equipped with a number of audio options, including a CD player, MP3 capabilities, and Bluetooth® compatibility, while the 2017 GMC Canyon base trim only has AM/FM radio and an auxiliary port. Likewise, the Tacoma has standard LED brake lights, which are only available on higher trims of the Canyon. Which midsize pickup truck is right for you?

2017 Toyota Tacoma Cranberry Township PA

The 2017 Toyota Tacoma is available in six different trim levels--SR, SR5, TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, Limited, and TRD Pro. Each one has its own unique set of features and capabilities as well as a variety of options in terms of cab size, box length, and engine. Available mechanical equipment includes Crawl Control (CRAWL), Multi-terrain Select, Hill Start Assist Control, electronically locking rear differential, electronic shift transfer case, and more. On the inside, drivers can utilize a number of available high-tech features, such as Smart Key with Push Button Start, Qi-compatible wireless charging, Entune Audio system, integrated backup camera, Blind Spot Monitor, and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, among many others.

If you are interested in getting behind the wheel of the 2017 Toyota Tacoma in Cranberry Township, PA, you can schedule a test drive with our team at Baierl Toyota.

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