Small pickups were once an essential partial of the lorry mix. A lot of immature folks enjoyed them as an inexpensive starter vehicle.
But gradually, automakers phased them out in preference of crossover SUVs while concentrating on the full-size pickups that are their many essential products.
In the past few years, however, smaller pickups — bigger than the medium Ford Rangers and Chevy S-10s of the past — have staged a comeback.
For US carmakers, Chevy’s Colorado almost single-handedly regenerated the segment, which had been filled by trucks like the Toyota Tacoma and the Nissan Frontier. Soon, Ford will bring back the Ranger.
Of course, Honda has prolonged had a tiny pickup in its lineup: the oddity Ridgeline. This wasn’t a lorry for lorry people. It was some-more of an SUV with a pickup lorry bed.Matthew DeBord/BI
The styling was offbeat. But for the latest generation, maybe intuiting that tiny pickups are the quip trail, Honda done the Ridgeline into some-more of a correct truck. We checked it out last year and were impressed.
So we suspicion it would be good to review the new Ridgeline to some-more of a loyal pickup.
And then the GMC Canyon Denali landed in the driveway.
The Canyon Denali is the GMC chronicle of the Chevy Colorado, given some serve snazziness with the upscale Denali treatment.
On paper, it stacks up good against the Ridgeline, costing about the same and using a identical V6 engine. But there are some essential differences: