The site of assembly for the GMC Acada, Chevrolet Traverse, and Buick Enclave is getting an expansion of about 263,000 square feet.
Both vehicles offer industry-first technologies for 2015.
Talk about putting a sour mood on a celebratory event.
And it’s doubtful that GMC will stop there.
Behold the model-by-model availability chart you’ve been asking for.
General Motors’ former executive Bob Lutz sat down to an interview with the Washington Post to talk about effective leadership.
But did any of them win?
We recently spoke with the mid-size truck’s marketing teams at GM’s regional truck drive.
The Fast Lane Truck drives the new Chevrolet Colorado against small trucks from Toyota and Nissan. If you want to make a drinking game of it, take a shot each time one of them yells “Bikini!”
2500 buyers are usually some discerning folk.
A 1956 GMC Suburban PICKUP? Yep. And it looks great too!
The stop-sale was issued for a driver’s side airbag defect.