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.
My only complaint is that the two cupholders are awkward to reach from the driver's seat. Aside from that rather trivial matter, this is an excellent rig. After six months' use, my complaint about the cupholders is the sole issue. Otherwise this is a really terrific ride.