General Motors is gearing up for the
2014 sales season by offering buyers wireless charging options for their
smart phones on selected models. This is an attractive grab on
customer's attention for a number of reasons, the first being to reduce
clutter in the driving compartment. Instead of a bulky and balky
charging cable hovering around the gear shift, customers will be able to
access the charging option via the central console's touch...
Those in the market for a new pickup are now able to take a sneak peek at the next generation GMC Canyon.
The Executive Vice President of GM, Dan Ammann, also the company's Chief Financial Officer, proudly unveiled the new and improved Canyon at the Management Briefing Seminar held by the Center for Automotive Research of Ann Arbor, Michigan recently.
Some of the impressive new features which have been redesigned for the next generation...
Nine times out of ten, the predictions of the critics are fairly adequate indicators of how well a car will do once it hits the open market. The rarity in which they are wrong proves to be a time for the public to discover a vehicle which represents a "diamond in the rough," so to speak. A brilliant example of this phenomenon is the 2013 Buick Encore.
When the test drives were over and the writing revealed, this
crossover seemed to have a bleak future. However, manufacturers were
pleasantly surprised by the warm welcome the public gave the Encore. The
reception may have been lukewarm at first, however, the enthusiasm for
this crossover has been steadily growing ever since.
While General Motors has officially launched its new line of midsize pickup trucks, the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon, the details and specifications of the trucks, such as the engines and other internal components of the trucks are still unconfirmed. With that being said, there are sources familiar with the GM product planning process that are indicating that the company could be considering powering at least of of the two new pickup midsize pickup trucks...
American car manufacturer General Motors has announced it will be injecting the company's Spring Hill, Tennessee manufacturing facility with an impressive investment of $167-million.
This investment comes after GM already sunk $187-million dollars into a project at the facility; a project which has yet to be named says official from the Spring Hill, TN factory which was once the home of Saturn.
Even more, experts are expecting the money to be used to cover...
If the rumors are true, General Motors will reveal its newest lineup of SUVs during this year's Texas State Fair.
Like the all-new 2014 GMC Sierra they're based on, the 2015 Chevy Tahoe and 2015 GMC Yukon have been hotly anticipated since spy photos of the vehicles first began circulating. Those photos, which featured the SUVs in camouflage, ignited a debate over how much change this next generation will bring. Although the exterior appears relatively
unaltered, many believe that the interiors of the vehicles are getting a
major revamping to provide more space and better safety features. It
makes sense that the Texas State Fair would be selected as the venue for
the SUV 2015 lineup debut.
Most people in the world are familiar with the wide range of new technologies included in modern cars.
These days, new vehicles come with everything including central computer systems, RemoteLink, Intellilink, digital dashboards and even integrated entertainment platforms.
It's very different from the cars sold just a few decades ago which were largely devoid of advanced electronics. Wireless systems like OnStar were something many drivers thought of as science fiction in the 1960s.
GM Ships more Buick Encores to the Relief of Dealerships Nationwide
GM's initial sales estimates for the Encore were lower than the reality for it's new fuel efficient SUV, an enviable problem for any auto maker. With sales all over the country surpassing initial estimates, GM has recently begun to ship an increased volume of 2013 Buick Encores to dealers in hopes of pushing far past expected sales numbers.
Excitement resigned among enthusiasts when GM applied to renew the trademarks on the Grand National and GNX badges which have not been used since the 1987 Buick Regal Grand National was produced. The 547 1987 GNXs originally produced have recently generated occasional auction sales in excess of $100,000.
Now, rumors may turn into reality as the all-black Grand National may be introduced at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show. The stunning resurgence of the Buick...
The 2013 Buick Verano Turbo exists as a testament to this company's ability to manufacture speed and agility that is packaged in a smooth, comfortable, and compact design. The sales numbers have also strengthened the Verano's case, allowing this vehicle to pull ahead of the Buick Regal when you look directly at the numbers. Buyers are most likely to enter into this deal based on the appeal of the turbo-charged engine. This component...