2008 GMC Canyon 3.7L Inline 5 Cyl Start Up & Rev - 105K

Start Up & Rev of a 2008 GMC Canyon. This has a 3.7L DOHC Inline 5 Cylinder making a decent 242 HP while it's paired to a lame 4 Speed Auto. This is a small pickup but not a bad 1. The interior is just all cheap man made materials & this was a base model crew cab. It' does have a rather high HP 5 Cyl engine with lots of torque but sadly it's to a 4 Speed auto. This engine would've done great with 5 or more. It does serve as a decent work truck and if you need to bring so passengers along, it should suffice OK too. Another variation of this pickup is the Chevrolet Colorado. This & the Colorado also come with a smaller 2.9L 4 Cyl. And the 2009 and newer models are also offered with a 5.3L V8 making 300 HP which ought to make this a rocket of a pickup.

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