Kenosha Dealership Updates Model Research Pages For GMC Canyon

Palmen Buick GMC Cadillac adds online model research for 2018 Canyon

KENOSHA, Wis., March 1, 2018 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Drivers looking at buying a new pickup truck should come to Palmen Buick GMC Cadillac to check out the 2018 GMC Canyon. In an effort to assist shoppers in the car-buying process, the dealership has added model information and comparison pages to its website, providing detailed information about this model and comparing it with one of its top competitors, the Nissan Frontier. 

The 2018 GMC Canyon is a fully-loaded light-duty pickup truck. It features a bold exterior design with an athletic stance that shows off its capabilities. The Canyon has LED-Signature Front Lighting that brightens up the road ahead, and an integrated CornerStep rear bumper makes it easy to access the tailgate. Inside the Canyon, meticulous craftsmanship makes the interior comfortable and refined.  

In the 2018 GMC Canyon vs 2018 Nissan Frontier comparison, the dealership found that while the Frontier offers a slightly lower starting price, the Canyon has more power and convenience features, making it the better option for consumers overall. The Canyon has an exceptionally quiet cabin, offers standard delay-off headlights and daytime running lights, a standard driver information center to deliver pertinent driving information, and 22 combined mpg. The Nissan Frontier does not offer any of these features on its base trim and gets 21 combined mpg.  

Drivers looking to learn more about the 2018 GMC Canyon can contact a member of the Palmen Buick GMC Cadillac sales team at 855-764-3570. Those looking to get behind the wheel can come to the dealership, located at 7110 74th Place in Kenosha.

Media Contact: Jack Borissenkov, Palmen Buick GMC Cadillac, 866-951-8777, jackb@palmen.com

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SOURCE Palmen Buick GMC Cadillac



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