School is back in session!! If you have kids, you are probably relieved to have some routine back in your life. And if you have a kid in high school or university, how about getting them into a safe, reliable, and affordable vehicle for the new school year? Whether they’re taking on the responsibility of owning their first car or are upgrading to something a little less… old, we have a list of 5 affordable cars to get them to and from their destination safely. And they’ll look good getting there – which is, you know, super important too.
Movies depict greasy salesmen at car dealerships; slicked back hair, oversized suits, and slimy pricing to get you to overpay for a piece of metal that won’t make it off the lot. Well, that’s just not how things are. Truly. Buying a car should be an exciting time for you! That’s what we aim to do at Capital GMC Buick in Edmonton.
Denali is the highest trim available. That means you’re getting the best GMC has to offer – and let me tell you, it’s pretty amazing. The 2018 GMC Terrain has undergone an incredible transformation during its redesign and we are here for it. The Denali trim takes it to another level with available features that don’t feel like they’re trying too hard but still accomplish that feeling of luxury. And guess what, the price is something to rejoice.
Denaliville. We are Denaliville. Capital GMC Buick takes pride in offering the very best in the GMC lineup. If you’re looking for a strong truck but doesn’t lack luxury and features, the upcoming 2019 GMC Sierra Denali is a truck you need to see. Set to arrive later this year, the redesigned 2019 truck is bursting at the seams with incredible upgrades. For the sake of this article, we’re keeping the focus on the Denali trim. The 2019 GMC Sierra Denali offers everything you could possibly need in a truck and so much more.
For some reason, Buick has been considered the “old man car”. Why? Because it’s dependable and elegant; exactly what Gramps wants. But isn’t that what we all want, deep down? When shopping for a new vehicle, don’t you consider how often you’ll have to bring it into the shop or if it simply looks nice? It’s time we shed this unfair skin and give Buick the spotlight it deserves. After all, things are changing for Buick and the future looks good.
When you’re hauling anything, your GMC is capable of a LOT. Check out our Part 1 Towing Guide to see just how capable your GMC really is.
This week, we’re here to offer guidance for your time spent on the road driving.
GMC Towing Capabilities
GMC designed its trucks and SUVs to work and play, Whether you’re on the open road with a 5th wheel, hauling a boat for the lake, or taking your work with you, drive confidently knowing your vehicle is powerful enough to keep your cargo in tow.
Buick has spent the last five years drastically overhauling its lineup and its public image. In 2015, Buick unveiled the Avenir concept car. With its dark grille, split-wing badge, and sharp LED lights, the car’s front fascia made a bold first impression and blended well into the graceful architecture and chamfered hood. The stunning Avenir, coincidentally, French for “future;” set down a marker for Buick’s future design language. Thereafter, the brand has only released attractive and compelling vehicles like the new Regal. But, with last month’s exhibition of the Enspire Electric concept, Buick is taking things even further.
Today, we meditate on another escalation in the arms race. No, not that arms race – the interesting one. The truck arms race. We used to just have trucks. They were pragmatic, ugly, and you could slam some scrap metal in the back without a care in the world. But, in over the past decade, trucks have become drastically more liveable, outfitted with the same technology and comforts as passenger cars. Their performance has also surged. At nearly any dealership you can find a truck that can ford a river, climb a mountain, and win a drag race. Arguably, no truck better combines modern refinement and genuine off-road performance quite like the Sierra AT4, based on the new 2019 Sierra.
With the sheer amount of SUVs and trucks on Canadian roads, it can be hard not to feel invisible driving one. That’s likely a major reason their drivers love spending money to modify the appearance of their vehicles. Some choose lift kits, gaudy racing stripes, obnoxious stickers, and gleaming chrome wheels. But others prefer to express their identity more subtly. For them, I recommend the new Terrain Black Edition and Acadia Black Edition from GMC.