The 2018 Terrain Design: Breaking Barriers

GMC recently introduced the all-new 2018 Terrain, a stunning compact SUV that’s bound to turn some heads on the highway. This model comes with a number of added features and options, though most people can’t stop raving about the sleek new styling. Read on to learn more about the new 2018 Terrain design.

GMC has provided a list of new features for the 2018 model year, including a sculpted exterior, stronger design cues, and a refined fascia. Chrome trim adds appeal as well, while features like roof rails, LED lighting, and machined alloy wheels make this model truly stand out. Let’s not forget the wide, athletic stance that gives the Terrain a bold atmosphere.

“GMC’s strong growth over the past decade is due in large part to Terrain,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president of global GMC Sales and Marketing. “The all-new Terrain builds on that success, leveraging GMC’s proven premium SUV experience to shake up the largest vehicle segment, with a strong blend of design, functionality and engineering excellence.”

Under the hood is your choice between three all-new turbocharged engines. One of these is a diesel, which offers impressive torque and fuel economy. The Terrain will come with a Denali version, like most GMC SUVs, and will feature intelligent interior touches including touchscreen infotainment, smartphone connectivity, and 4G LTE Wi-Fi. The new 2018 GMC Terrain is truly remarkable. We here at DeVoe Buick GMC can’t wait to see this new model in action.

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!

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.

GMC Subcompact Crossover Could Join Brand’s Lineup

The crossover segment has become wildly popular in the past year and is now considered the fastest-growing vehicle class in the automotive industry. With so much clamor surrounding one segment, just about every manufacturer has gotten in on the fun–except for General Motors’ truck sub-brand GMC.

Now, the brand’s president Duncan Aldred is reportedly pushing for a GMC subcompact crossover to help the company dip its feet into the segment.

“That segment has grown so fast,” Aldred said in an interview with Automotive News. “I keep telling everyone, ‘How can General Motors’ truck brand not be in the fastest-growing segment in the industry, an SUV segment?’”

The success of the crossover can be seen in another GM brand–Buick. The Buick Encore lead the brand to a 53% sales increase in just 2014 alone, attesting to the segment’s incredible popularity among car buyers. Duncan Aldred happens to also be in charge at Buick, so his experience in working with crossovers and the success they bring is firsthand.

2015 Buick Encore

Buick Encore – Available at DeVoe Buick GMC

A GMC subcompact crossover has not been confirmed to be in production, but with the president pushing for such a vehicle to join GMC’s lineup, consumers shouldn’t be surprised if one is on the way very soon.

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?

2015 GMC Sierra HD Boasts Owners’ Approval in J.D. Power APEAL Study

2015 GMC Sierra HD

2015 GMC Sierra HD

We aren’t the only ones saying the 2015 GMC Sierra HD is a good option for anyone looking for a large heavy duty pickup. Owners of the model agreed, placing the pickup at the top of its class in the 2015 J.D. Power APEAL Study.

The J.D. Power U.S. Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout Study scores many vehicles based on feedback from consumers after 90 days of ownership. Models are evaluated on a thorough survey examining 77 attributes and given a score of one to 1,000. The GMC Sierra HD earned the APEAL Study award for the Large Heavy Duty Pickup category.

“These and similar awards affirm that our customers recognize and appreciate the precision engineering, design and technology that go into every GMC,” said Duncan Aldred, US vice president for GMC. “Sierra HD trucks are engineered without compromise to deliver the capability, refinement and technology that inspire confidence with every task.”

The Sierra HD wasn’t the only standout vehicle in the study. The 2015 GMC Terrain earned runner up in the competitive class of compact SUVs.

For more information on what makes these vehicles so appealing to owners, stop by DeVoe Buick GMC.

Apple CarPlay for Buick Available This Fall

Do you ever wish that your smart phone could be integrated into your car?

2016 Buick LaCrosse

2016 Buick LaCrosse – Coming Soon to DeVoe Buick GMC!

Well, great news! Using the touchscreen display, you can now safely answer phone calls, send and receive text messages, listen to music, and utilize the navigation apps found on your phone—all thanks to the integration of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. These two programs have been integrated in Buick’s 2016 Regal and LaCrosse as well as GMC’s Canyon, Sierra, and Yukon, which will be available later this year.

“For most of us, our smartphones are essential. Partnering with Apple and Google to offer CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility across the widest range of models in the industry is a great example of how (GM) continues to democratize technology that’s important to our customers,” said Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors.

Apple CarPlay-supported vehicles will also offer OnStar 4G LTE capabilities for WiFi hotspot support.

Come visit us at DeVoe Buick GMC for more information on how to integrate the connected Apple CarPlay for Buick and GMC vehicles into your driving routine.

2015 GMC Canyon SLT Interior Chosen as One of Year’s Best

2015 GMC Canyon

2015 GMC Canyon

Each year, Ward’s Auto chooses ten new and redesigned vehicles for its “10 Best Interiors” list, which honors the models with most innovative and impressive interiors based on a variety of criteria.

Ward’s Auto recently announced its choices for 2015, including the GMC Canyon SLT on the list. Additionally, the Canyon SLT was one of only two pick-up trucks that made the cut, right next to Ford’s latest F-150.

To be eligible for the list, a vehicle’s interior has to be entirely new, meaning there were about 40 vehicles available to choose from for this year’s list. The judges spent a careful 10 days with the cars, in order to make the right decision.

James M. Amend of Ward’s Auto cited “a good dose of technology and styling that strikes a unique balance between sophistication and good old-fashioned pickup ruggedness” as reasons for the Canyon’s selection, as well as its brand attributes.

Have you been able to check out the 2015 GMC Canyon SLT interior? Let us know what you think of it in the comments.

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