There’s no vehicle like the crossover. Efficient yet capable, compact yet filled with useful features, it’s a favorite for families, young adventurers, and everything in between. With that in mind, every brand is always looking for new ways to make their crossover the best in the segment. With the new redesigned 2018 GMC Terrain, GMC has succeeded at this goal admirably.
Changes are applied to both the interior and exterior of this SUV. Outside, the 2018 GMC Terrain gets new, bold styling while the cabin gets updates to accommodate versatile needs. A fold-flat front passenger seat and rear seats allow drivers to load cargo that’s up to 8 feet long.
The 2018 GMC Terrain also gets updated powertrain options. Drivers can now have this crossover with a new diesel engine that kicks out 137 horsepower and 240 lb-ft of torque, all while delivering 39 mpg highway.* Each of the two turbocharged gas engines also promise exceptional fuel economy.
In addition to design and performance, the new GMC Terrain also comes with generous features that will be appreciated by all. A standard 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot is perfect for any lifestyle, and a long list of advanced safety tools are just what many divers are looking for. This list includes the standard Teen Driver feature, a useful tool for teaching safe habits to young drivers.
If you’re thinking of upgrading to a modern crossover that offers a ton of bang for the buck, you can’t go wrong with the 2018 GMC Terrain. Learn more when you take one of these SUVs for a test drive at DeVoe Buick GMC.
2017 Buick Envision – Coming Soon!
Buick raised the bar with the first-ever Buick Envision, a model that perfectly balanced powerful performance and fuel efficiency. And now, the second edition of the stunning model is on the way: the 2017 Buick Envision.
A 4G Wi-Fi Hotspot is just the beginning of the 2017 Buick Envision tech updates, with a long list of safety features plus surround vision to ensure your peace of mind behind the wheel and when parking.
Plus, the sizable model is set to be remarkably fuel-efficient despite its ability to carry the whole family and all their assorted cargo, while earning up to 29 mpg on the highway. And with a long list of available trim levels, there is sure to be a Buick Envision ideal for every driver.
The 2017 Buick Envision will be available as early as fall 2016, so if you are interested in getting behind the wheel of one of these models, contact us or visit DeVoe Buick GMC.
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
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!
2016 Buick Encore
At the York International Auto Show, Buick revealed the fourth and last model the brand will be launching in 2016: the new Buick Encore, revised and updated for the 2017 model year. Over the past year, the Encore became the United States’ most popular small SUV, and so strengthening the appeal of the 2017 Encore was part of Buick’s strategy to refresh and reinvigorate the brand’s lineup for a more youthful, trendy demographic.
One of the most significant additions to the 2017 Buick Encore’s extensive list of features is the inclusion of both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. In an increasingly tech-savvy segment, connectivity features such as smartphone-compatible user interfaces are crucial to staying ahead of the competition. Also noted at the presentation was the introduction of a brand-new, next-generation IntelliLink system in the interior, paired to an 8-inch color touchscreen.
Other modern tech added to the Buick Encore unveiled in NY includes Buick’s new QuietTuning engineering, which combines both active and passive methods of sound-cancellation to provide a more relaxing, comfortable atmosphere. Push-button start and keyless entry were also included with the Buick Encore shown at the auto show.
Buick will now be offering SUVs in all three major SUV segments, with the Encore falling into the small SUV segment, the Enclave in the large SUV segment, and the new Envision coming in directly between the two. After statistics showed that over 60 percent of Buick’s sales now come from SUVs, the shift in focus was strategic for the brand.
It was announced that the new Buick Encore will be launching later this year in fall of 2016. Information on the SUV’s five different trim levels was also released, ranging from the entry-level Encore 1SB to the high-end Encore Premium 1SN. Additionally, front-wheel drive comes standard, with all-wheel drive as an option.