I have had many issues with my 2015 GMC canyon. Bought new in Nov 2015. It's had multiple issues with electronics including power steering dropping out while driving. There was a recall in 2016 for power steering issues but my truck was not covered even though I had the exact same issue. I've had to take this truck to dealerships numerous times for repairs.
I have had my 2015 Canyon for over 2 years and just crossed over the 60,000 mile threshold. Overall I like the truck: good gas mileage for a 6-cylinder truck, handles well, brakes work very well, and no major maintenance issues. The main issue I have with the truck has to do with the technology, namely the navigation system and the entertainment system. First the navigation system. I won't say it's completely useless, but with the so-called "voice control", it's pretty close to useless. I've tried everything to get the voice recognition system to work more than occasionally but to no avail. And, no, I do not have an accent. Yes, I do speak slowly and clearly. Still, it hardly works. This is an added problem since the manual destination choices available on the touch screen are limited to a single page while the vehicle is moving. This is supposedly a safety feature. Interesting, since I can scroll through pages of station choices on the Sirius XM menu with no problem. Apparently, finding "Beatles Radio" or a particular NFL game while hurtling down the highway at 70 MPH is safe, but trying to find a destination while moving is not? And the biggest gripe on the NAV system is the updates. GM wants you to shell out over $100 to get updated maps. My portable Garmin offered lifetime updates for the cost of the unit. C'mon GM...seriously? If someone drops $35,000+ on a vehicle it doesn't seem unreasonable to include map updates with the cost of the vehicle. Second there is the menu to "save" favorites. It's set up on 3 pages....smaller icons on one page would be preferable, especially given the concern for "safety" on the aforementioned navigation system. Just not very user friendly.