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The Mystery Behind the 2013 Buick Encore

The all-new 2013 Buick Encore may be the younger and smaller sibling of the three-row Enclave, but by most standards, it succeeds in delivering the same Buick styling, luxury and on-road composure as its larger counterparts.

The Encore is both mysteriously quiet and impressively fuel-efficient. Road noise and engine hum from the 1.4 L, 138 hp turbo inline-4 are barely noticeable, especially when driving in sixth gear. Bose noise-cancellation technology is much of...

The Arrival: The 2013 Buick Encore is Here...

The first luxury small crossover vehicle from Buick, the all-new 2013 Buick Encore has finally arrived at Dave Arbogast Buick GMC.

The arrival of this luxury crossover comes following months of anticipation from die-hard fans of the brand.

Exceptional Features Of The New 2013 Buick Encore

Highlighted by an exceptionally quiet ride and accented by a luxurious craftsmanship which has becomestandard in all Buick models, the Encore has a little something...

GM Earns Top Safety Picks with New Advanced Air Bags

When considering a new car, one of the key features that consumers look for is the airbag system. After all, this is the only thing sitting between you and a bone-crushing surface if the unthinkable happens. General Motors is a key player in the world of passive safety. Their new advanced airbag system for the 2013 Chevrolet, GMC and Buick models is part of the reason why.

What is Passive Safety Technology?

Passive and active safety is two terms you hear often in the automotive industry. Active safety helps a vehicle avoid a crash. Active systems such as traction control, brake assist and forward-looking cameras all have one purpose, to keep the car from hitting something else.

Passive is more about protecting the people inside the car should the active systems not be enough. Seat belts, airbags and durable frames all reduce trauma to anyone riding in the car.

Trio of New EcoTec3 Engines Powers Sierra

Did you know General Motors employs the minds behind the EcoTec3 engines which will power the 2014 GMC Sierra 1500?

When coming up with the engine, engineers realized it had to have the ability to handle every load and every situation thrown at it from towing a boat the size of the Queen Mary to delivering the new compressor to the job site in the back woods. In addition, EcoTec3 engines had to tailor...

The 2013 GMC Sierra: Which Options Are Right For You?

The 2013 GMC Sierra is generally considered to offer a well-balanced design along with a best-in-class limited powertrain warranty. This warranty is offered for 100,000 miles, or five years, whichever comes first. Competitors commonly offer only a 60,000 mile limited Powertrain warranty. Also, GM's warranty is transferable from one owner to another. Some competitors only offer non-transferable powertrain warranties.

To make your Sierra something special, the selection of the right options...

2013 GMC Acadia Comes Armed for an Army of Elbows

The 2013 GMC Acadia comes with either captain chairs or a bench seat in the second row. Opt for the second-row bench seat, and the Acadia can seat eight. Some quick second-grade math suggests the potential for a total of 16 elbows simultaneously seeking comfort throughout this three-row crossover.

If you need 'a little elbow room' in your SUV, the Acadia is carefully crafted to deliver. Fortunately, the Acadia a big, wide crossover that allows...

The 10 Best Used Cars to Own

New cars are nice. They're a pleasure to drive. The peace of mind that comes from knowing there are no hidden problems is wonderful. With that said, the expense of a new car is sometimes out of the range.

For many, the ideal solution is a to with a used car. However, choosing the "best" used car can often be a difficult task. Every person has a unique situation and unique needs in their vehicle. With that said, this list has a few of the best cars in a range of categories, so there are options for everyone.


  • Hyundai Elantra. A brand new Elantra is a steal compared to most new cars, and a used Elantra is an enormous value. There are even two relatively recent designs to choose from, with the redesign in 2007. The Elantra is known for good performance, a durable build quality and a high degree of fuel economy. The one drawback is that Hyundai's amazing warranty generally doesn't transfer to new vehicles. If the car is purchased through a Hyundai reseller, a smaller warranty may be offered, but it might also tack an increase onto the price.
  • Buick LaCrosse - When it comes to one of Buick's premier models, look no further than the Buick LaCrosse. It comes loaded with great features. The best part, Buick owners love to baby their vehicles. Odds are if you find a deal on a used model...

20 Facts About the 2013 Buick LaCrosse

  1. The 2013 Buick Lacrosse will save you money at the pump, and it is good for the environment, too.
  2. The 2.4L LaCrosse with EcoAssist and active lower grille shutters can get 25 mpg/city and an outstanding 36 mpg on the interstate.
  3. The 3.6 L V6 Lacrosse maintains a generous 27 mpg on the highway.
  4. Every LaCrosse is equipped with Stabilitrak with Traction Control. These electronic systems help the driver enjoy excellent handling and...

Best Features of the 2014 GMC Sierra

The new 2014 GMC Sierra has been redesigned to include new and upgraded features and technology. It is engineered with perfect attention to detail while delivering style and substance in a quiet and comfortable ride. Read on to learn about the best features for this impressive pickup truck that put it in a league of its own.

The new design of the Sierra features improved design separation at the front end, with sturdy chrome grilles...

The World's Most Famous Buicks

Buick has been a part of America since 1899. It's the oldest still active car maker in the country. Restoring Buicks has become a cottage industry in this country. Here is a list of the most famous restored Buicks.