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Starting MSRP: about $17,000
Corporate twin to the Chevrolet Colorado, the slightly more upscale GMC Canyon is still among the least expensive pickups. However, both pickups are likely to be killed in 2012 since GM will be closing the factory where they are produced.
The Canyon comes in three cab styles -- Regular, Extended and Crew Cab -- and five- or six-foot beds. Two- or four-wheel drivetrains as well as three trim packages are offered on all models. There's a choice of three engines: a 185-horsepower four-cylinder, a 242-horsepower five-cylinder and a 320-horsepower V-8. Standard safety features include side-curtain air bags, electronic stability and traction control, and a crash sensor that can send a GPS signal via the OnStar security system.