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Amazon Will Now Deliver Packages to Your Car, as Well as Your Home

New program available to millions of GM and Volvo owners.

by on Apr.24, 2018

An Amazon driver uses a smartphone app to open the trunk on a Chevrolet Bolt EV.

More than 100 million people, half of them in the U.S., now subscribe to online retail giant Amazon Prime. The $99-a-year service not only offers free delivery on most packages to a customer’s home but is now adding a new twist: customers can have packages delivered to the trunk of their vehicles.

The In-Car Delivery program will be available, starting today, to millions of owners of General Motors and Volvo vehicles in 37 U.S. cities. To use the service, a customer will simply choose “in-car delivery” among the various options Amazon offers.

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“At Amazon, we are always working to make our customers’ lives easier and starting today….Prime members now have another way to ensure their packages are safe and secure—all for no additional cost,” said Peter Larsen, Vice President of Delivery Technology, Amazon.

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GMC Adding “Black” Models to 2019 Offerings

Diversity within brand keeps GMC ahead of competition.

by on Mar.27, 2018

GMC is expanding offerings for its premium SUV lineup with the 2019 Acadia (left) and Terrain Black Editions.

GMC has already made its collection of Denali vehicles one of the most successful sub-brands in the industry.

Now GMC plans to add some new wrinkles by adding two new “Black Editions” that build on the success of the Denali with some additional features to its premium line-up.

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The Black Editions of the Terrain and the Acadia for 2019 expound on the bold road presence that defines both SUVs with muscular, sculpted exteriors. (more…)

First Look: 2019 GMC Sierra: More Than a Silverado Clone

Full-size pickup gets world’s carbon fiber bed, six-way tailgate.

by on Mar.01, 2018

The 2019 GMC Sierra loses as much as 360 pounds compared to the outgoing pickup.

It’s traditionally been easy to dismiss the GMC Sierra as little more than a glorified Chevrolet Silverado, but with today’s unveiling of the 2019 Sierra it seems the GMC truck is going to be due a lot more respect.

True, it shares the same underlying platform and basic dimensions of the more down-market Chevy, but the 2019 truck is no clone, claiming a variety of first-ever innovations that include a carbon fiber bed, a six-way tailgate, a swiveling backup-camera mirror and a large head-up display.

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“GMC ignited the premium truck segment 17 years ago with the original launch of the Sierra Denali,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president of Global GMC. “The next generation 2019 Sierra Denali establishes a new benchmark in capability and refinement. It exemplifies precision in every detail.”

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GMC Uncovers New Terrain

New utility vehicle gets big makeover, new engines.

by on Jan.09, 2017

The 2018 GMC Terrain features all new exterior styling as well as a first-ever diesel option.

Like its Detroit neighbors, Ford Motor Co. and Fiat Chrysler, General Motors depends on sales of trucks and utility vehicles, making the debut of the 2018 GMC Terrain one of the more important events at this year’s Detroit Auto Show.

Next generation Terrain offers more refinement and versatility as well as advanced safety technologies and an optional diesel engine.

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The Terrain can be equipped with three all-new available turbocharged propulsion systems, including the aforementioned turbodiesel. (more…)

Child Car Heatstroke Deaths Surge; New Tech Could Help

But GMC system is far from foolproof.

by on Jun.14, 2016

The new GMC system is simple: if it senses you've opened the rear door it will issue an alert when you leave the vehicle.

A Mississippi father is facing charges of second-degree murder after leaving his infant child in an overheated car where it succumbed to heatstroke. But the death of eight-month-old Shania Caradine was far from a rare occurrence. So far, at least 12 children have reportedly died from heatstroke after being left in hot cars by their caregivers – a 240% increase from this time a year ago.

While experts say some of those incidents may have been intentional, the vast majority are considered an accident, a parent or caregiver becoming distracted or breaking from their normal routine. The challenge is to come up with a way to ensure that they don’t leave children – or other valuables – behind when they leave a vehicle.

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General Motors is offering a potential solution on its 2017 GMC Acadia SUV, a system it calls the Rear Seat Reminder. It’s designed to detect when a motorist puts something in the back seat and then issue an alert when they’re ready to exit the vehicle. Child safety experts are hailing the concept as a good first step – but they also lament the fact that several even more sophisticated systems promised over the years have failed to materialize.

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First Drive: 2017 GMC Acadia

New, smaller model gets more refined look.

by on May.27, 2016

GMC is taking things a step farther with its new Acadia: the new version has a model that can go off-road.

In good times and bad, General Motors sport-utility vehicles have carried the company and satisfied a legion of loyal customers.

But GM has tinkered with the some of its cherished formulas as it rolls out the new 2017 GMC Acadia, which has lost 700 pounds become smaller all the way around so it compete head-to-head with vehicles such as the Toyota Highlander, Honda Pilot, Nissan Pathfinder and Ford Explorer and even the Jeep Grand Cherokee.

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In recent years, the older version of the Acadia has served as the cornerstone for the GMC product line, meaning GM is gambling the smaller, lighter version with its fresh styling, luxury appointment and latest technology can make a space for itself in a crowed but popular corners of the market. (more…)

GMC Riding High with 2017 Acadia

Brand transitioning to smaller version of popular crossover.

by on May.12, 2016

GMC is taking things a step farther with its new Acadia: the new verion has a model that can go off-road.

The boom in truck sales across the United States has helped transform GMC in a retail powerhouse.

“We have a lot of momentum behind,” noted Tony DiSalle, U.S. vice president of sales and marketing. “We have the highest average transaction price of any no-premium brand in the industry.”

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The success of GMC’s upscale Denali sub-brand is now 30% of the GMC sales and has helped boost GMC transaction prices, he noted. More success is expected in 2016, which has gotten off to a promising start with GMC sales up 2.5% through April. (more…)

Sun’s Up on the 2017 GMC Terrain Nightfall Edition

SUV gets same treatment as Canyon

by on Mar.21, 2016

GMC is looking to set a new sales record for its Terrain SUV in 2016 with the new Nightfall edition.

After a record sales year in 2015, GMC is giving fans of its Terrain SUV another reason to run out and buy a new one: the 2017 Terrain Nightfall edition. The new model will make its debut at the New York Auto Show later this week.

The Nightfall is a stylized special edition of the SUV combining blacked-out exterior details and wheels, with popular technologies, such as IntelliLink with available 4G LTE connectivity and Wi-Fi hotspot, according to the brand.

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Due to arrive in dealerships this fall, it joins is truck cousins, the Canyon Nightfall and Sierra All Terrain X boasting these customized packages. (more…)

GMC Says X Marks the Spot with New Sierra All Terrain X

Truck makers keep wondering how high is up for upscale buyers.

by on Jan.27, 2016

The 2016 GMC Sierra All Terrain X adds even more luxury to the off-road ready pickup truck segment.

First shown as a 2011 concept, the GMC Sierra All Terrain was designed to show that serious off-road-ready pickups didn’t have to be stripped to the bone.

The production version, which debuted in mid-2015, stayed true to form, offering such niceties as leather-trimmed seats with accent stitching, an onboard WiFi hotspot and, of course, standard four-wheel-drive.

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Apparently that wasn’t enough for some potential buyers in a truck market that has absolutely caught fire, and General Motors’ truck brand is coming back with an even more premium version, the GMC Sierra All Terrain X, making its debut at the Houston Auto Show today. (more…)

GMC Amps up Crossover Competition with 2017 Acadia

Better mileage, more technology catapults CUV to top of class.

by on Jan.12, 2016

GMC is taking things a step farther with its new Acadia: the new verion has a model that can go off-road.

The battle for superiority in the luxury crossover segment just got a little more fierce with the introduction of the new 2017 GMC Acadia at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

GMC took some chances with the new Acadia with two new powertrains – one for the fuel economy conscious and one for those who want some oomph – as well as introducing a new “off-road” model.

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“GMC is a strong, growing premium brand and the Acadia is a cornerstone of our success story,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president of GMC Sales and Marketing. “The all-new Acadia leverages GMC’s proven SUV experience to take on and shake up one of the largest vehicle segments, with a strong blend of design, technology and capability.”  (more…)

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