GMC pulled the cover off of its all-new 2018 Terrain, which is packed with new safety features, refinement inside and out and three new turbocharged engines.
Rear Seat Reminder is a new feature being unveiled on a host of GM vehicles in 2017. This industry-first feature is designed to remind drivers to check the back seat for groceries, pets or kids that could potentially be left in the back seat.
They say relationships are all about compromise. Well, if you’re this guy and you really want to go mudding but your girlfriend doesn’t like to get dirty… you get creative. It looks like they worked it out. Check out the video below:
Ah, Black Friday. Less than 24 hours after giving thanks, millions upon millions of people will push, pull and scramble their way into retailers around the country in an effort to save a few bucks on things they can buy year round. Fortunately for people looking to buy a new car, most auto deals last a whole month so you don’t have to get in a fight get your savings. Whether you plan to brave the crowds or not, we think you’ll get a kick out of these funny Black Friday auto commercials.
There’s no shortage of over-the-top builds at the SEMA Show ever year. What gets lost in the shuffle sometimes are the more subtle, clean off-road builds that may not stand out with flashy chrome or 20-inch suspension lifts.
For the automotive aftermarket, SEMA is all about showing off the latest and greatest gear, and more often than not that comes in the form of vehicle builds around the Las Vegas Convention Center. There’s everything from mild to wild, but there’s also plenty of trucks and SUVs that go so far over the top that they reach a level of absurdity.
That leads us to this collection of trucks. Although fitted with suspension lifts and aftermarket wheels, in spite of the aggressive tires these trucks and Jeeps at the 2016 SEMA Show will live their lives on asphalt and never see the dirt.
Taking something old and customizing it into something completely new is exactly what Legacy Classic Trucks did with its recent build of a classic Chevy 4×4. The team took a 1957 Chevy 3100 and converted it into a customized Napco 4×4.
Expanding its All Terrain X models, GMC announced today that the Duramax-powered Sierra HD will be offered for 2017. The Sierra HD All Terrain X will join the Canyon and Sierra 1500 this fall as the third model in the All Terrain X series (see our test of the Duramax Canyon in the ’16 Mid-Size Shootout).
For our 2015 Mid-Size Shootout, the Chevrolet Colorado walked away with the victory because it simply was the best all-around truck in the test. GM built a great new platform shared on both the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon to compete in the mid-size truck segment, and they jumped back in just before Toyota unveiled its new Tacoma in 2016. For the 2016 Mid-Size Truck Shootout, the GMC Canyon now gets an option 2.8L Duramax diesel engine.