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Chevy’s bigger-than-compact Canyon trucks get two updated engines for 2007, a new 125-amp alternator, standard tire pressure monitoring system, and three new exterior colors — Pace Blue, Imperial Blue Metallic, and Deep Ruby Metallic. Base models are powered by a 2.9-liter four-cylinder engine offering 185 horsepower (vs. 2.8 liters and 175 horsepower previously) while the optional in-line five-cylinder engine grows to 3.9 liters (from 3.5 liters) and now delivers 242 horsepower (vs. 220 previously). Otherwise, the Canyon — which shares platforms and components with both the GMC Canyon pickup and the HUMMER H3 SUV — is a carryover for 2007. It is available in either rear- or four-wheel drive, in short-wheelbase regular-cab and long-wheelbase extended- and four-door crew-cab versions. Three different suspension packages are offered, along with a long list of options that allows for maximum customization. An “Xtreme” appearance package includes unique styling cues, a lowered stance and exclusive wheels. A Sun and Sound package, available for LT models, includes a six-disc in-dash CD stereo and a power sunroof.

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