2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Updates: More Options, New Tech

2020 GMC Sierra 1500 | Naples, FL

The 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 is bursting with exciting updates, including expanded powertrain options, new technology, and more features for business owners and other professionals than ever.

The new Sierra 1500 will make the 3.0-liter Duramax® turbo-diesel engine available for the full model year, and it will be an option on the CarbonPro™ Editions, which previously only featured the 6.2-liter V8 engine. The 5.3-liter V8 also gets an update — it can now be paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission.

GMC has made a range of updates to the trailering updates as well, with available Enhanced ProGrade Trailering with 15 camera views and segment-first transparent trailer view. Additionally, the in-vehicle Trailering App lets users create trailer profiles through their myGMC mobile app, as well as monitor the fuel level of a trailer, turn on the air conditioning, and more.

Also among the 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 updates are new technologies like Adaptive Cruise Control — Camera, which uses a camera mounted above the rearview mirror to keep track of the distance to the car directly ahead. Plus, the Sierra can now support SiriusXM™ with 360L.

The Sierra 1500 will now offer the Elevation trim in Crew Cab configuration, and new trailer tow mirrors are available.

The 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 will be available soon at DeVoe Buick GMC. Visit us and learn when you can expect to take one for a test drive.

Why You Should Wash Your Car Regularly

why you should wash your car

Did you know that it’s recommended that you wash your car every two weeks? What about waxing and detailing your vehicle twice a year? While this can seem like a bit much, there are good reasons why vehicle owners should be investing in regular car washes.

Keep in Good Condition

Dirt and grime can play an insidious role in the wear-and-tear that comes with owning an aging vehicle. Dead bugs and bird droppings can even be acidic enough to wear off your vehicle’s paint job! It’s easier to prevent paint from wearing away than to get it touched up, so getting regular washes to preserve the look of your car helps in the long run.

Less Rust

Paint jobs are purely cosmetic, but rust isn’t, and salt build-up can actually corrode the metal in a vehicle and cause rust. Since we’re located in Florida, we aren’t exposed to road salt used to prevent snow storms as often, but we do live in a damp and salty climate due to the ocean! Make sure to wash your car to stave off salt build-up.

High Resale Value

When you regularly wash your car to keep the paint in good condition and minimize rust and corrosion, the resale value of your vehicle goes up in the long term. If you’re planning on trading in your car eventually, investing in regular washes and detailings.

If you want to get your vehicle professionally detailed and looking good, stop into DeVoe Buick GMC and we’ll get you squared away.

2019 GMC Sierra Denali Takes Luxury to The Next Level

Even the best things can get better, which is evidenced with the impending launch of the all-new 2019 GMC Sierra Denali. The high-luxury trim at the top of the GMC Sierra 1500 range will add a number of exciting, segment-first features that make it even more appealing to those who demand luxury.

2019 GMC Sierra Denali

“GMC ignited the premium truck segment 17 years ago with the original launch of the Sierra Denali,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president of Global GMC. “The next generation 2019 Sierra Denali establishes a new benchmark in capability and refinement. It exemplifies precision in every detail.”

Because the 2019 GMC Sierra Denali is a full-size pickup, it must be useful on a worksite. Fortunately, the new Sierra Denali is maybe the most functional truck GMC has ever made — it boasts an industry-first MultiPro™ Tailgate with six functions and positions; CarbonPro, the first-ever carbon fiber pickup box with best-in-class dent, scratch, and corrosion resistance; and segment-first features like Rear Camera Mirror and Multi-Color Head-Up Display.

As the Denali name implies, this will also be an exceptionally stylish truck. It will feature 22-inch Ultra Bright aluminum wheels, a larger and bolder face, and more a prominent DENALI nameplate on the tailgate that lets everyone know that you won’t settle for less.

The new 2019 GMC Sierra Denali is set to arrive this fall. For more information, stop into DeVoe Buick GMC around the time the leaves start turning and we’ll tell you how to get yours.

5 Movies with GMC Cars as Stars

The GMC brand is known for its capable but sophisticated lineup of SUVs and pickups. At DeVoe Buick GMC, we love seeing our favorite GMC vehicles on the road, but we also love to catch them on the big screen. Here are five movies with GMC cars as their star.

movies with GMC

The Notebook (2004)

This classic romance film was one of the first chances crowds had to fall in love with the handsome Ryan Gosling, but we have to assume that his 1935 GMC QB truck was part of the charm.

The Bridges of Madison County (1995)

A slightly newer GMC truck plays a role in this romance film when Clint Eastwood’s character drives a 1960 GMC 1500.

Aliens vs. Predator – Requiem (2007)

Thanks to this movie, it has been proven that the 2005 GMC Yukon XL is the perfect vehicle to take when you’re heading out to defeat the Predators and the Aliens.

Joe (2013)

This serious drama makes room for the 1997 GMC C-15, which helps to drive the plot, telling a story of young Gary and his new father-figure Joe.

Transformers (2007)

The Transformers franchise takes the opportunity to showcase many different manufacturers. You’ll spot plenty of GMC cars in these movies, like the GMC Topkick C4500 which turns into the Autobot Ironhide. We’re waiting for GMC to release this transformative feature as a standard for us to try, but until then we’ll have to settle for binge-watching Michael Bay’s Transformers series.

New 2017 GMC Sierra 1500 Features

The 2017 GMC Sierra 1500 is here at last, and the new model comes with quite a new few features. From personal customization options, like paint color, to features that are commonly requested by drivers, this full-size pickup is designed to give customers more for their money. While GMC has added quite a few new features, the automaker has also removed some as well.

The 2017 GMC Sierra 1500 loses the Light Steel Gray Metallic, Iridium Metallic, and Mahogany Metallic colors. As a replacement, the full-size pickup sees the addition of Dark Slate Metallic and Pepperdust Metallic.

As for highly-requested GMC Sierra 1500 features, the truck sees the addition of capless fuel fill and Teen Driver mode with IntelliLink infotainment system to the list of standard features. Low Speed Mitigation Braking also makes its way onto the list. Tri-Mode Power Steps, 18-inch all-season blackwall tires, and a trailer brake controller (SLT Crew Cab Premium Plus Package) all join the list of available options.

2017 GMC Sierra 1500

2017 GMC Sierra 1500 All Terrain Package

The All Terrain Package will no longer be available on the Sierra 1500 SLE trim. Instead, the SLE receives the Elevation Edition package.

Here at DeVoe Buick GMC, we’re proud to stock the latest GMC Sierra 1500—complete with all its new features!

4 Best Back to School Cars for Your Daily Commute

August is winding down, and you know what that means: it’s time to head back to school! During this season, you’re doing to make daily trips to and from class every morning.

Whether you’re just driving your own or are part of a community carpool, here is a list of the best back to school cars.

  • Buick Encore: Has a starting MSRP around $24,000, gets 33 miles per gallon, and seats five, making it perfect for small groups.
  • Buick Enclave: Has a starting MSRP around $39,000, gets 22 miles per gallon, and seats eight, so your entire family will fit comfortably.
  • GMC Terrain: Has a starting MSRP around $24,000, gets 32 miles per gallon, and seats five, saving you money each morning.
  • GMC Yukon: Has a starting MSRP around $48,000, gets 23 miles per gallon, and seats eight, for the largest groups and families.

2016 GMC Yukon

2016 GMC Yukon at DeVoe Buick GMC

Want to learn more about any of these models? Contact us or visit us anytime at DeVoe Buick GMC!

GMC Yukon Premium Edition to Premiere Soon

Why drive a regular GMC Yukon when you can get behind the wheel of the GMC Yukon Premium Edition? This new premium edition of the Yukon will give you even better features than the original!

This update will be available in both Yukon and Yukon XL SUVs. You’ll see updates like a chrome grille that’s exclusive to just the special edition plus powerful 22-inch alloy wheels. You’ll notice the difference in the grille, which will be much shinier and more aggressive than the grille of the standard Yukon. The larger wheels come standard on the Premium Edition, and have a design unique to it.

2016 GMC Yukon Denali

2016 GMC Yukon Denali

Under the hood, all Premium Editions have a roaring 5.3-liter V8 engine, so you’ll never feel left behind when you’re driving this car.

GMC is offering the Yukon Premium Edition in hopes of reaching the class and luxury of the Denali trim levels, but with a lower price tag. It offers something nestled in between the standard trim level and the Denali, at a more affordable price.

The price of the Yukon Premium Edition hasn’t been revealed yet, but keep an eye out for its premiere!

GMC Terrain Nightfall Edition Debuts at Auto Show

Lately, General Motors has been churning out model after model of special- and limited-edition versions of the vehicles in its brands’ lineups. The latest to join the fray is the blacked-out GMC Terrain Nightfall Edition, which had its debuted at the recent New York International Auto Show. The compact SUV enjoys its fair share of popularity, and GMC sales officials are confident that the special edition will give buyers a new, unique option that helps the Terrain stand out in its segment.

The statement came from GMC Sales and Marketing vice president Duncan Aldred, who said, “The new Terrain Nightfall Edition adds another great-looking and well-equipped choice for this popular SUV—one that will stand out in a crowd.”

2016 GMC Terrain

Current Terrain Available at Devoe!

Differences between the standard GMC Terrain and the Nightfall Edition include the addition of a gloss-black paint job and accents, such as a charcoal front grille with gloss-black surround, front and rear fascia accents, and outside mirrors—plus luggage rails painted to match. Additionally, the 18-inch aluminum wheels come with gloss-black spokes. The result is a compact SUV that’s been given an edgy, all-black makeover.

The announcement at the Terrain Nightfall Edition debut in NY stated that the package will only be available as an option on two trim levels, the Terrain SLE-2 and SLT models. No details regarding the pricing have yet been unveiled, but as of right now, the standard SLE-2 starts at $30,000, while the SLT is $32,000.

Pricing will be announced closer to the Terrain Nightfall Edition’s release this fall, when it joins the ranks of other special editions such as the Canyon Nightfall and Sierra All Terrain X. Last year, the Terrain enjoyed record sales, becoming GMC’s second-highest-selling vehicle behind the Sierra pickup truck.

Sierra All Terrain X: Going Off-Road in Style

General Motor’s GMC truck division keeps getting better and better. There is now an off-road version of the 2016 Sierra pickup being offered!

2016 GMC Sierra All Terrain X

2016 GMC Sierra All Terrain X

Referred to the 2016 Sierra All Terrain X, this new model is from GMC’s recently launched All Terrain line. The X model comes standard with upgrades like four-wheel drive with locking rear differential, integrated inclinometer, spray-on bed liner, a Z71 off-road suspension, and uniquely tinted chrome accents.

In addition, the X package includes features such as LED headlights, 18-inch wheels shod in off-road rubber, a bed-mounted sport bar, performance exhaust, side steps, and body-colored moldings. The truck is powered by GMC’s 5.3-liter V8, and there is 365 horsepower due to the sports exhaust.

Six different exterior colors are available including Crimson Red Tintcoat, Onyx Black, Stone Blue Metallic, Light Steel Gray Metallic, Summit White, and Iridium Metallic.

The new Sierra All X Terrain offers off-road styling and features. Duncan Aldred, vice president of GMC Sales and Marketing, states that this vehicle has a “more aggressive, personalized appearance that complements its exceptional capability.”

We at DeVoe Buick GMC are thrilled to see the All Terrain line of GMC trucks, which will be available this spring. For more information on the new Sierra All X Terrain or any other GMC trucks, stop in to DeVoe Buick GMC.

More GMC Vehicles Getting Android Auto

Late last month, General Motors announced that a few more GMC vehicles will get Android Auto starting in March 2016. The 2016 GMC Canyon, Sierra, and Yukon models equipped with the eight-inch IntelliLink system will be able to get this upgrade at any GMC dealer, including here at DeVoe Buick GMC.

2016 GMC Sierra 1500

2016 GMC Sierra 1500 Interior

With Android Auto on the IntelliLink system, drivers will be able to access everything they love on their smartphones right on the vehicle’s touchscreen, including great apps like Google Maps, Google Now, Spotify, iHeartRadio, and so much more.

Apple users, don’t worry; Apple CarPlay was announced earlier this year and is available in the same GMC lineup.

“Providing Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility ushers in a new era of staying connected in a convenient manner,” said Duncan Aldred, U.S. vice president, Buick and GMC, in a statement.

Many of the Android Auto features can be access through voice commands, letting you keep your hands on the steering wheel and eyes on the road.

Going hand-in-hand with this in-car technology is the available of OnStar 4G LTE connectivity that turns your GMC into a Wi-Fi hotspot that allows up to seven devices to connect at once.

Are you ready to stay connected with a GMC vehicle getting Android Auto?

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