GMC just debuted a new version of the 2019 GMC Sierra called the “Elevation,” and not only is it damn good looking, but it also comes stock with an all-new 2.7-liter turbocharged inline-four engine, and can be optioned with an “X31" off-road package.
On Thursday in Detroit, General Motors unveiled the new 2019 GMC Sierra, a truck whose craziest feature by far is the “MultiPro” tailgate that can be set into six different configurations. Here’s exactly how it works.
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I was looking through Jalopnik’s old archival footage (which is stored in the trunk of an abandoned C4 Corvette that currently resides under a bridge) and I came across this GMC ad from 1984. I now feel compelled to buy a truck. I need to buy a GMC from 1984.
When you’re in a motorhome, it’s like everyone in traffic is a neighbor. What better way to connect with your temporary freeway-friends than with an inspiring message?
Every fiber of my being is compelling me to buy this giant pink dump truck I found on Craigslist for five grand and, please, I can’t afford to make this mistake.
The 2017 GMC Sierra HD really only gets one fresh feature, but it’s a biggie. The truck’s new 6.6-liter Duramax turbo diesel V8 has a massive claimed output of 445 horsepower and 910 lb-ft of torque. It feels good to drive, too. But this truck’s real value proposition isn’t under the hood, it’s in the details.
Once again, an automaker is rethinking the way people interact with their automatic transmission. Hopefully this works out better for the 2018 GMC Terrain than it did for the Jeep Grand Cherokee. The new Terrain comes with funky buttons that control its transmission. That’s right: buttons!
This ain’t your mother’s car review. Hell no, amigo. This is a bare-knuckled, down-and-goddamn-dirty, grab-you-by-the-throat knockdown drag-fight between the most highfalutin’ European, Eye-talian exotic supercar and a good ol’ boy in a Johnny Cash suit. Hell yeah! This is some booze-time, gun-totin’,…
General Motors has issued a stop-sale order on nearly 60,000 Chevrolet Traverses, GMC Acadias and Buick Enclaves because their fuel economy labels show inflated figures. Worse yet, the company says it has already sold tens of thousands of vehicles with the misprinted MPG figures.
Wh-wh-what am I looking at? That’s what you’re probably stammering right now, soaked in sweat, and, if so equipped, possible sporting the most disturbing confusion-boner you’ve ever had. A little car. Looks like a GM T-car platform. With a... a... G...M...C... badge? What the fuck is happening to me?
A car is seen in the wall of a shed on January 29, 2016 in Fenton, Iowa. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images).
The 2017 GMC Acadia ditches the last model’s chunky truck-like look for sleeker lines. It’s only about an iPhone-length shorter than the last decade’s GMC Yukon but still loaded with luxury, room for seven and is claiming 28 MPG. With this on the market, the case for a full-sized SUV just got a lot weaker.
GMC has had a firm grasp of the luxury truck market since before it was the thing to do. Now that the competition to cram opulence into pickups is escalating they’re adding more cost to their Denali line. Nice looking truck, but where are the fun gimmicks to get excited about?
More shots of the 2016 Chevrolet Silverado were posted yesterday from the State Fair of Texas, along with confirmation that the truck will run apps straight off your phone through Apple or Android’s car connectivity programs.
A Cadillac-Buick-GMC dealer was the unfortunate victim of a rogue milk truck last Sunday after the truck driver choked on a nice refreshing Dr. Pepper beverage.
The GMC Terrain is just a macho-er looking version of Chevrolet’s roomy Equinox. What do you need to know before you buy a GMC Terrain? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.