2005 GMC Canyon
141,810 Miles
$9,950

New London, CT
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2005 GMC Canyon
204,323 Miles
$7,995

Macomb, IL
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2005 GMC Canyon
279,208 Miles
$4,988

Chiefland, FL
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2005 GMC Canyon
132,084 Miles
$5,999

Sioux Falls, SD
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2005 GMC Canyon
111,543 Miles
$8,685

Cincinnati, OH
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2005 GMC Canyon
134,430 Miles
$6,335

Aurora, CO
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2005 GMC Canyon
77,609 Miles
$9,951

Pittsburgh, PA
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2005 GMC Canyon
253,194 Miles
$4,900

Rhinelander, WI
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2005 GMC Canyon
155,669 Miles
$9,950

Des Moines, IA
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2005 GMC Canyon
175,060 Miles
$5,600

Barton, VT
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2005 GMC Canyon
108,954 Miles
$7,999

Post Falls, ID
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2005 GMC Canyon
121,000 Miles
$9,995

Mcveytown, PA
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2005 GMC Canyon
185,492 Miles
$7,689

Pompano Beach, FL
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2005 GMC Canyon
102,325 Miles
$8,490

Portland, OR
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2005 GMC Canyon
156,781 Miles
$8,995

Montgomery, AL
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2005 GMC Canyon
87,308 Miles
$8,493

Tucson, AZ
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2005 GMC Canyon
127,900 Miles
$10,992

Elsmere, KY
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2005 GMC Canyon
95,745 Miles
$8,984

Boonville, IN
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2005 GMC Canyon
238,970 Miles
$5,997

Bay City, MI
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2005 GMC Canyon
115,066 Miles
$10,187

O'fallon, IL
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2005 GMC Canyon Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
2.5
2 Reviews
Overall
2.5
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.5
Comfort
2.5
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0

2005 GMC Canyon Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2005 GMC Canyon - Worst truck on the planet.

Anna
Clarksville, Tennessee
Overall
1.0
Value
1.0
Performance
1.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
1.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
1.0
I bought a new 2005 GMC Canyon to use as a work truck. I bought a very basic model without any extras. I have been so disappointed. Within the last year, I have had the truck in the shop over ten times. They have never found out the problem with the engine. I have been through several meetings, and I am happy to say that GMC is repurchasing my truck. I have missed so many days from work taking care of this matter, but it is finally over.
Story
I called the GM hotline to no avail. All of the problems had stemmed from when the truck was built. Windshield wiper transmission mounts welded in wrong place, causing wipers to dig through plastic, gouge windshield, and finally stripping, all during a major storm, which is what my job is all about. Defective wiring, fried CPU. Dead on the side of the road again.
Pros
Interior quality is sad: no padding and very little comfort. Four-cylinder engine is quite an improvement over the old S-10. The engine is quite noisy at low speeds, and gas mileage is sad for a four cylinder. It certainly does not live up to the 27 mpg promised. The truck is certainly over priced for value.
Cons
Look before you buy. Overall, the truck offers inferior quality, poor towing capability, and poor service from General Motors. The turning radius is horrible as is the braking system. It is underpowered to the point that the transmission must shift often to maintain speed. The most significant problem is a weak air conditioning system. The air fluctuates between cold and warm. GM is aware of the problem but does not have a fix.

2005 GMC Canyon - 2005 GMC Canyon

MU
Tucson, Arizona
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
I purchased this car in 2007, it was around two years old and it had around 25000 miles on it. Since then I have added around 75,000 my car is over the 100,000 mile mark. When the mid size truck known as the GMC Canyon or its brother the Chevy Colorado came out I fell in love with it. I had always loved mini trucks since I was back in middle school. It reminded me of the low rider Nissan box trucks that had hydraulics on the beds and they moved as if they were robots.
Story
Been many places, Los Angeles, Chihuahua.
Pros
It's not a small truck and its not a full size truck, its in the middle. It fits six people a bit uncomfortable but, hey for me it was perfect. I really had no need to own a truck I just wanted one for the looks. It has a five cylinder engine that is said to run as efficient as a 4 cylinder and have the same power as the 6 cylinder.
Cons
Once again It's not a small truck and its not a full size truck, its in the middle. It fits six people a bit uncomfortable but somewhat if you actually want to fill it. It wastes a pretty good amount of gas. I lifted mine added bigger all terrain tires and have a couple of other modifications. Even though its a 10 year old vehicle I still love driving it.

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