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Tailgate Up or Down: Debunking Myths...


If you've ever owned a truck, chances are you're familiar with the myth that leaving your tailgate down can help save you money.

The idea is that when locked upright, the tailgate creates extra drag on the truck, decreasing gas efficiency. By lowering the tailgate, so the myth says, drivers can decrease drag on their vehicle, thus increasing their gas efficiency and saving cash in the process. But does this myth really hold...

General Motors was an early adopter of remote auto technology with the introduction of the OnStar system in 1995. Since then, OnStar has saved lives, helped apprehend car thieves and bailed out countless owners who had locked themselves out of their cars.

The innovation continued three years ago with the introduction of the auto industry's first mobile app.

Enter RemoteLink.

For those who aren't familiar with it, the RemoteLink app allows owners to...

2013 Buick Enclave Review


If there is one kind of reputation which Buick seems to constantly strive for, it centers around producing higher-quality vehicles than its cousin brand Chevrolet. With that said, Buick doesn't take it too far and reach the refined segment that Cadillac has grown to become.

Much like the GMC Acadia and the Chevrolet Traverse, the 2013 Buick Enclave is capable of providing a number of seating configurations to complement the grand V6 engine, a...


Making major news in the automotive industry, the all-new 2014 GMC Sierra is arriving in dealerships boasting available advanced active safety options never before seen in the full-size pickup truck class. These include Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warning, derived from equally-innovative GMC technologies such as Safety Alert Seat.

Utilizing the bottom of the seat cushion is the secret behind the Safety Alert Seat, according to GMC. With it installed, Sierra owners experience vibration...

It looks like Buick is going to be adding some very nice new features to the new 2014 Buick Regal.

Of all the remaining General Motors divisions, Buick has shown the most significant growth in terms of model discrepancy, marketing aggressiveness and successful target demographic focus shift. The vehicles themselves have transformed from being products conjuring up visions of great-grandfathers driving models from a bygone era to cool, trendy and downright awe-inspiring conveyances further supported...

2013 Buick Verano Review


Last year, GM's Buick Division entered the compact sedan competition in 2012 with the introduction of the Verano.

The 2013 Buick Verano is largely unchanged from the previous year, with a couple of notable exceptions.

For example, the Verano is now available with an optional 2.0 L turbocharged engine. This smallish four-cylinder power plant still packs a punch. It can generate up to 250 hp and take the Verano from zero to sixty...

GMC Pickups 101: Busting Myths


Auto makers have been concerned with aerodynamics for almost a century. But when most people think about drag coefficients or sweeping curves it's an exotic sports car or a futuristic hybrid that comes to mind. The last thing that they would think of is a pickup truck. Pickups are associated with words like durable, utilitarian and workhorse. But the days of dollar a gallon gas are over, and to get the job done a...

Buick and the M18 Hellcat


Buick may be known today for its Regal sedan and Enclave SUV, but during the Second World War it produced a tank destroyer that would help Allied forces to victory in both the European and Pacific theaters. The M18 Hellcat moved over the battlefield at up to 60 mph, earning it the nickname of the "Hot rod of World War II".

The German advance through Europe had relied on Blitzkrieg, or lightning war, with tanks...

2014 GMC Sierra Regular Cab Revealed!


GMC has introduced the new 2014 GMC Sierra Regular Cab Pickup truck with a number of design changes that make this a truck you should consider for your next vehicle. And like the current GMC Sierra Regular Cab models, the 2014 Sierra will undoubtedly bring a smile to die-hard truck enthusiasts. Thus far, the pickup has gone through several aerodynamic tests to improve the vehicles fuel efficiency and performance.
Spring tornado season has been destructive and tragic in the heartland, but it's also brought out the compassion and generosity of the American spirit.

In the wake of the recent powerful storms in North Texas and Oklahoma not only took lives, but damaged or destroyed hundreds of homes, people all over the country are already coming together to help these communities rebuild.

Many of the residences affected by the dozen or so tornadoes...