Noticing a Buick rolling down the street didn't always inspire thoughts of retirees and elderly drivers, and about thirty years ago, the Buick line was known as a powerful brand offering bleeding-edge technology and fast cars. An impressive level of research went into improving various aspects of the vehicles like the fuel injection system.
GM was so intent on creating a racing brand out of Buick that they even promoted a special marketing campaign...
The Regal represents a further effort by Buick to combine luxury and performance in a way that appeals to a younger, active demographic. The turbo-equipped Regals for 2013 are especially adept at performing at an appealing level. The Regal is a mid-size sedan that can be configured to offer considerably more sports appeal than the other mid-size Buick, the La Crosse.
The recent increase in digital technology as a staple in the cabin of every new car is sure to spawn a future rich in partnerships between automotive manufacturers and suppliers of digital technologies and services.
Next year, avid GM vehicle fans can expect to see even more examples of this.
In fact, the majority of upgrades in any model of vehicle on today's market consists heavily of hardware designed for subscriptions to navigation services and smart technologies that depend on driver subscriptions. The latest partnership to hit the headlines...
The 2013 GMC Sierra 2500 HD is capable of handling all but the most demanding tasks that a pickup may face. And, for those challenges, GMC offers the Sierra 3500 HD.
The 3/4 ton 2500 includes both gasoline and diesel options. The 6.0 L gasoline power plant generates a maximum of 360 hp and 380 ft-lb of torque. The diesel engine displaces 6.6 liters. It is an advanced direct injection design that links...
Since its debut in 2007, the GMC Acadia has offered "best-in-class" cargo space and seating for up to eight adults. In 2013, the Acadia gets its first makeover since its arrival in '07. Wraparound glass at the rear of this large crossover improves visibility. A bold three-bar grille now adorns the front of the Acadia, further cementing its GMC identity. LED running lamps are now standard, and the tail lamps have been upgraded. Beginning in...
The assertion that GM is contemplating "something really fun" for its Buick Division gains credence now that the dramatic Riviera concept coupe has been introduced at the 2013 Shanghai Auto Show.
was no accidental setting for the concept coupe's debut. The Chinese
just love Buick. In fact, in 2012, sales topped 700,000 there. Compare
that to the 180,000 sold in America during the same period. The overall
demographic is younger in the Asian market than in North America, so the
creation of "something fun" with the Buick nameplate on it would
undoubtedly continue the exploding demand for the brand in the world's
most populous country.
Youth appeal is succeeding in the U.S. as
well. Of the 38 automotive brands sold in the United States, only Buick
has actually reduced the average age of its buyer. Three years ago the
average was 62 years of age; today it is 59...
Screen captures of the next version of the GMC Sierra Denali pickup truck found their way to the internet faster than GM could pull down the page on their official website exhibiting three models of the new vehicle. The website - GM Authority - managed to get the screen shots of the new GMC Sierra Denali and posted them. And the only word that covers the impression it makes is "wow".
The 2011 Cadillac Escalade ESV Premium is a favorite for those who enjoy luxury as major component of their SUV. Throughout the years, the Cadillac brand has long been synonymous with both quality and high-end styling. Their legendary engineering scales up well in this model with the most compelling selling point is certainly the Escalade's ability to accommodate cargo. It leads its class by a considerable advantage. The 137 cubic feet of space...