2004 GMC Canyon
191,125 Miles
$5,895

Industry, CA
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2004 GMC Canyon
157,094 Miles
$5,900

Paulding, OH
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2004 GMC Canyon
211,886 Miles
$5,990

Carmel, IN
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2004 GMC Canyon
122,587 Miles
$9,183

Chambersburg, PA
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2004 GMC Canyon
86,000 Miles
$9,995

Tucson, AZ
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2004 GMC Canyon
258,731 Miles
$6,490

East Providence, RI
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2004 GMC Canyon
148,686 Miles
$8,788

Gloucester City, NJ
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2004 GMC Canyon
141,450 Miles
$7,995

Honolulu, HI
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2004 GMC Canyon
102,845 Miles
$9,395

Clarksville, MD
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2004 GMC Canyon
120,893 Miles
$8,994

Grand Junction, CO
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2004 GMC Canyon
87,200 Miles
$7,995

Naugatuck, CT
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2004 GMC Canyon
192,140 Miles
$4,950

Rock Hill, SC
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2004 GMC Canyon
123,115 Miles
$6,899

Phoenix, AZ
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2004 GMC Canyon
144,705 Miles
$7,500

Dundalk, MD
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2004 GMC Canyon
159,000 Miles
$6,995

Leroy, IL
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2004 GMC Canyon
156,563 Miles
$11,995

Mount Airy, NC
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2004 GMC Canyon
210,433 Miles
$4,980

Summerville, GA
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2004 GMC Canyon
158,290 Miles
$8,350

Mc Connellsburg, PA
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2004 GMC Canyon
95,753 Miles
$8,994

Columbus, OH
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2004 GMC Canyon
115,648 Miles
$6,991

Houston, TX
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2004 GMC Canyon Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.0
2 Reviews
Overall
3.0
Value
3.5
Performance
3.5
Style
3.5
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
3.0

2004 GMC Canyon Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2004 GMC Canyon - Great workhorse mid-size pickup

VW
Aromas, California
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
The GMC Canyon (near-identical twin to Chevrolet Colorado) is just what you need if you're looking for a pickup to actually do work, not just look cool while you take your groceries home. It doesn't have the power of capacity of a full-size pickup, but it doesn't cost as much to buy or operate, either. Fit and finish are good, and the inline 5 has plenty of power.
Story
When I hacked and slashed about 4 years of runaway growth in the shrubs and vines of our landscaping, I loaded the Canyon so high with branches and leaves that you could hardly see the truck. As I slowly crept down the driveway to dump it at the bottom of our lot, a neighbor yelled "I can't see the mule! You overloaded that wagon!"
Pros
After driving a full size Silverado for 10 years, the Canyon felt a lot more maneuverable but was still big enough to haul what I needed. The bed is a little over 4 feet wide, so sheets of plywood or MDF fit just fine (but you'll want to put something between the wheel wells to support the middle of the sheet). The extended cab is just right for dogs, bags of groceries, even smallish people for short runs if you slide the seats forward. The automatic transmission is smooth and tight, and you can shift into and out of high-range 4WD on the move.
Cons
Because I was looking for just what the Canyon offered, I don't have many complaints. It isn't super comfortable on long trips (no proper arm rest, for example), but I have driven a hair over 800 miles in one (long) day and survived. The most common complaint we've had is no outside temperature readout (picky, picky).

2004 GMC Canyon -

Canyon Owner
South Jordan, Utah
Overall
2.0
Value
2.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
1.0
I had never had a truck in my life and really wanted to get one, but didn't want one that would be so big that I would hate the gas mileage. I settled on this as it was on the smaller side but enough to pack my gear in. Just a bad product though. Engine had continual timing belt issues, breaks would grind and the trim pieces would pop up. To top it all off, electrical issues of course. Would never get a GMC product again.
Story
I took this camping many times and had fun with it, but my windows wouldn't roll up one night and it started raining. Frustrating!
Pros
Good price. Decent gas mileage for a truck. Good speakers.
Cons
Poor engine mechanics. Trim pieces very cheap and plastic. Electrical issues with doors and windows.

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