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 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!
Satellite radio is one of those things that once you try it, you’re hooked. Who wouldn’t be with “channels and channels of commercial-free music, all your favorite sports, exclusive talk and entertainment, traffic, weather, travel and more”? With over 150 channels, what satellite radio gives you is choice. How many times have you listened to music or news on terrestrial radio, not because it was good, but because it was just slightly better than the other three stations available?
Pick up the 2015 Buick Enclave—outfitted with SiriusXM on Intellilink—and make use of its powerful navigation feature with the most updated traffic information. Or wrap your hands around the heated steering wheel, sit back and rock out to that obscure college rock that you’d never find on terrestrial radio.
Today’s world is all about computers—you have a computer in your phone, a computer on your desk, a computer in many of your household appliances, and even a computer in your car. All of this technology can, at the same time, make our lives both easier and more complicated.
If you drive a new Buick, then you most likely use the Buick IntelliLink system daily. This system allows you to plan your route, make phone calls, adjust the climate controls, listen to music, and more. To make sure it works every time you get behind the wheel, General Motors engineers have a special process for Buick IntelliLink testing.
Each week, an “automated test bench” presses the touchscreen buttons more than 2 million times and simulates 210 days of continuous in-car use. It even goes through real-world scenarios, such as a road trip from Detroit to Chicago, simulating the changes a driver would make along the way.
“We test our systems in real vehicles, but as humans, we can only log so many hours inside a car,” said Robert Rimkus, engineering group manager for GM’s Next Generation Infotainment systems, in a statement. “These automated test stations help us push IntelliLink to its limits, ensuring customers get a system that’s consistently reliable in their own vehicles.”
Want to test the Buick IntelliLink system for yourself? Stop by DeVoe Buick GMC today and take a look at our large lineup of Buick models.
GMC works hard to give drivers a hassle free cabin ride by providing as many hands free technologies as possible. Today, we here at DeVoe Buick GMC are going to look into the IntelliLink system available with all new 2013 Buick GMC models. With the IntelliLink system, drivers can integrate their smart phones into the color touch radio allowing you to keep your hands at ten and two as much as possible.
The IntelliLink interface is designed to reduce distractions while giving you full control of your new 2013 Buick GMC’s radio, online radio streaming, phone calls, or iPod controls. The screen is fully configurable with a wide array of icons for each device. Below we’ll hit some of the key features of the system:
Music can be played through mp3 player, smart phone, iPod, flash drive, or streamed from popular sites such as Pandora (through smart phone)
Majority of features can be controlled via hands-free voice controls
Song information (i.e. album cover, artist and song name) are visible on the full color touch screen
Icons allow to make phone calls and many other functions directly from the primary interface
What to know more or see it in action? Here’s a short video feature the 2013 Crossover Acadia which comes standard with the IntelliLink system! Check it out!
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