Lonely Planet has named Canada the number one best destination for 2017 and with Canada’s 150th anniversary right around the corner and free entry to all national parks, wouldn’t you want to rediscover and explore the local delights in your backyard?Read more "Top 7 road trips across Alberta you need to take this winter"
Nobody at Buick will tell you that the 2016 Cascada convertible is estimated to be a volume player for the brand’s lineup. Nevertheless, the European import already has tallied 5,000 orders from dealerships, with several months still between now and its Spring 2016 launch target. The order figure was confirmed to us by Vice President of Buick-GMC Duncan […]Read more "2016 Buick Cascada: 5,000 Dealer Orders And Counting"
Cadillac’s entire lineup of 2016 models gets a major infotainment upgrade this summer with improvements to CUE and integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. There’s one major exception for now, though. The SRX retains the old system until its all-new generation, called the XT5, debuts early in the 2016 calendar year. “When we transition into all […]Read more "Cadillac XT5 Confirmed for 2016 as Next-Gen SRX"
As part of National Child Passenger Safety Week (Sept. 14-20), Safe Kids Worldwide today released a study that finds 9 out of 10 parents take children out of car booster seats before they are tall enough. The report, “Buckle Up: Booster Seats,” funded in part by a $2-million grant from the General Motors Foundation, also […]Read more "GM provides a $2 Million Foundation Grant to the Safe Kids Worldwide"
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety today named 12 models from current and former GM brands to its first-ever list of recommended used vehicles for teen drivers. The group, supported by automobile insurance companies, released its recommended vehicles with the results of a new survey in which more than half of parents said their teens […]Read more "IIHS Names 12 GM Models as Top Choice for Used Cars for Teen!"
General Motors continues its strong performance in the J.D. Power Initial Quality StudySM taking more initial quality awards than any other automaker for the second year in a row. GM also has the most models ranked in the top three in their respective segments. GM’s plant in Ingersoll, Canada, where the Chevrolet Equinox and GMC […]Read more "General Motors Receives the Most Initial Quality Vehicle Awards from J.D. Power!"
General Motors earned half of the superior ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s rating program on front crash prevention. The Buick Regal, Cadillac CTS, Cadillac XTS and Chevrolet Impala are all considered industry leaders when purchased with GM’s available Front Automatic Braking system. “We applaud GM’s commitment to making this important safety technology […]Read more "IIHS rates Four FM Models Top Spot for Front End Safety!"