The 2012 Canyon Truck helps drivers circumvent crashes and is designed to protect the occupants during and after a crash takes place. It's equipped with a regular driver and passenger frontal and head curtain side-impact airbags along with a passenger on/off switch. The risk of rollover crashes is reduced with the help of the StabiliTrak electronic stability control, which helps keeping the car in the driver's desired path, by applying braking, throttle or a mixture of both. In case of an emergency braking maneuver, the Canyon Truck provides directional stability thanks to its 4-wheel anti-lock brake system. When accelerating on slippery planes such as gravel road, ice or water, the standard traction control aids limit wheel sleep. Its anti-theft system helps prevent any car thieves, with the help of an alarm that sounds if the vehicle is interfered with. The vehicle is made more visible to other motorists and/or pedestrians thanks to its Daytime Running Lamps. The Canyon Truck is also provided with a Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children child seat attachment system that is comprised in all 2nd row seating positions. Something that it's standard on all models is the tire pressure monitoring system.
While its outside appearance is handsome looking, its inside is built from mediocre materials; its safety is well-known amongst the clients, this car providing everything you need to reduce the risk of a crash or of a rollover situation. Even if the 2012's vehicle has not been crash tested yet, it earned 4 out of 5 stars in rollover tests. Due to the fact that its V8 is known for packing a proper thirst, its performance is visibly reduced; while the comfort may be reduced by the mediocre materials, the Canyon Truck has plenty of foot space upfront and it's specially designed for workers, winning a few more points when it comes to comfort.