If your family likes taking road trips throughout Colorado, you need an SUV that’s ready for the open road. The GMC Terrain has everything you need to take every adventure to the next level, from stellar capability to versatility to advanced tech. Here are some of the best GMC Terrain features.
Interior cargo space
The Terrain has more than enough room to store your family’s suitcases or overnight bags. With all of the seats up, you can take advantage of 29.6 cubic feet of cargo space, which opens up to a maximum of 63.3 cubic feet with the second row folded down.
If you need a little extra space for your gear or want to pull some jet skis to the lake, the Terrain can do that, too. Depending on which engine you choose, you can pull a trailer that weighs up to 3,500 pounds.
You’ll never have to worry about getting lost en route to your destination with the available built-in navigation system. Leave your smartphone in your pocket since these directions display right on the in-dashboard infotainment display.
Road trip boredom will be a thing of the past with the Terrain’s advanced connectivity features. You seamlessly integrate your smartphone with the SUV via Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay® compatibility. Everybody access the internet without burning through your data plan thanks to the available 4G LTE Wi-Fi® hotspot.
If you’re ready to raise your road trip game, check out our online inventory of 2020 GMC Terrains or contact Transwest Buick GMC in Denver.
Continuing its legacy as one of America’s favorite family-focused SUVs, the 2021 GMC Yukon is poised to introduce some exciting updates when it launches later this year. As the first iteration of an all-new generation, this model will provide improved towing capacity, increased interior space, and heightened fuel economy. Here’s a preview of the 2021 GMC Yukon.
The 2021 Yukon’s available 5.3-liter V8 engine increases power output to 355 horsepower, resulting in a 20 percent increase in towing capacity over prior years. When properly equipped, the Yukon XL can tow a staggering 8,400 pounds. The improved power won’t translate to reduced efficiency, with even the most powerful engine boasting a modest increase in efficiency over the 2020 model.
Due in part to the fact that the 2021 GMC Yukon is six inches longer than the 2020 model, both passenger space and cargo volume are more plentiful than before. The third row has 10.1 inches of additional legroom in the standard model, and 12.3 inches in the XL. Meanwhile, you’ll have 23 more cubic feet of space for storage, adding up to a gigantic maximum of 144.7 cubic feet.
The 2021 GMC Yukon is shaping up to be the best version yet, and we will have it in stock soon at Transwest Buick GMC in Denver, Colorado. Currently, we still have the 2020 Yukon in stock, so get a great deal on it here before it’s gone.
Whether you’re stuck at home or simply prefer virtual shopping, researching cars online is a convenient way to learn about the latest models on the market, like the Buick and GMC vehicles we sell at Transwest Buick GMC. We suggest you follow these tips to conduct the most effective, trustworthy online research.
Each automaker’s site can give you detailed information about the current model lineups. Once you’ve narrowed down your search to a handful of models, compare the specifications for each model to find the car that best meets your wants and needs. Make sure you know what features you care most about before comparing them so you can focus your attention primarily on the attributes that you find important.
Check user reviews
If you have your eye on a specific model, you may be tempted to purchase the model shortly into your research process. However, before doing so, make sure you check user reviews and customer videos. By hearing the opinions of other consumers, you can better determine if a model is as good in person as it sounds online.
Scroll through the dealership’s website
A dealership’s website can house a wealth of information, and our Transwest Buick GMC website has plenty. We have model overviews that go in detail about the features of different vehicles as well as technology spotlights that can keep you informed about the latest technologies in Buick and GMC vehicles.
Be sure to check out our website when searching for your next vehicle in Denver, Colorado. If you see a model in stock you like, call us for more information on it.
A new study by iSeeCars.com has evaluated almost 16 million cars sold last year to find ones that reached 200,000 miles. This let judges determine what brands, segments, and models tended to last longer on the road.
The study found that GMC is the third-longest-lasting brand on the market, with 1.4 percent of GMC vehicles on the road after 200,000 miles. Chevrolet was in fourth place, also with 1.4 percent of cars over 200,000 miles. GMC and Chevrolet were the two longest-lasting American car brands on the list, beating Ford.
Two GMC vehicles were in the top 15 longest-lasting cars across the entire auto industry: the GMC Yukon XL, which came in seventh place, and the GMC Yukon, which came in ninth place. The Yukon XL was also named to the short list of vehicles with the highest likelihood of reaching 300,000 miles: 0.2 percent, compared to the average of 0.03 percent for all models.
The GMC Sierra 1500 and the Canyon were two of the longest-lasting light-duty pickup trucks.
The study examined only vehicles that were still currently in production as of the 2020 model year to provide useful data for new-car buyers, and heavy-duty vehicles and low-volume vehicles were also excluded from the study.
If you want a long-lasting truck or SUV, you can purchase a GMC from Transwest Buick GMC in Henderson, Colorado.
The GMC Sierra is a rugged, capable truck, and there’s one feature that sets it apart from the competition: the CarbonPro™ bed. The more you learn about this groundbreaking technology, the more impressive it becomes. If you’ve wondered “How does CarbonPro™ work?” we have a simple explanation.
Carbon fiber composite
The secret behind CarbonPro™ is its high-strength, durable carbon fiber construction. According to Duncan Aldred, Vice President of Global GMC, “CarbonPro™ is made of the same raw material found in seven-figure super cars and even aerospace applications.”
What can it do?
Just saying “carbon fiber” means nothing; the proof is in the real-world application. After rigorous testing, GMC found that the CarbonPro™ bed is strong enough to withstand drop tests from objects like cinderblocks and 1,800 pounds of gravel. It’s naturally resistant to corrosion and weighs 25 percent less than a steel bed. That weight reduction, alongside carbon fiber’s natural strength, can increase your Sierra’s max payload by up to 59 pounds. Because of its thin stature, the CarbonPro™ bed gives properly equipped Sierra trucks superior cargo space and completely eliminates the need for spray-on liners and rear-wheelhouse liners.
To get up close and personal with a GMC Sierra equipped with a CarbonPro™ bed, or to learn more about its benefits and capabilities, pay us a visit at Transwest Buick GMC.
General Motors has been updating its crossover and SUV
models recently. Earlier this year, Motor Authority spied the updated 2020
Chevy Equinox in camouflaged form. Now, the automaker is in the process of
refreshing the GMC Terrain for the 2021 model year.
Autoblog recently witnessed a camouflaged 2021 Terrain at
the brand’s Milford Proving Grounds. Though we don’t know all of the details
about this model’s mid-cycle refresh, the spy shots reveal some information
about its features.
Because the Terrain recently received a full redesign back
in 2018, the mid-cycle updates should be subtle ones. According to Autoblog spy
shots, the 2021 Terrain seems to have a floating roof design and the same
midsection as the current model. It’s expected that the updated Terrain will
sport a new fascia. Per Autoblog, it’s likely that the model will borrow the
grille and headlight design from either its sibling, the Acadia, or its distant
cousin, the GMC Sierra pickup.
If the 2021 GMC Terrain refresh does boast interior
modifications, there should be only a couple of minor tweaks. For instance, the
automaker might switch out the current model’s awkward push-button shifter on
the dash for one with a more intuitive design.
Contact us at Transwest Buick GMC to test-drive the current 2019 Terrain models we have in stock while you wait for the release of the 2021 refresh.
The 2019 GMC Canyon is a premium midsize pickup truck that’s known for its three potent and efficient engines. Here’s a quick overview of each one so you can find which 2019 GMC Canyon engine suits best suits your lifestyle.
The standard engine is a 2.5-liter four-cylinder, partnered
with a six-speed automatic transmission. It enables the Canyon to tow up to
3,500 pounds and creates quite a bit of power for a base engine — 200
horsepower and 191 lb-ft of torque. You can also opt for a manual transmission
if you want direct control over the engine’s power.
3.6-liter V6 engine
If you’re craving pure power, the 3.6-liter V6 mated to an eight-speed
automatic transmission delivers. In total, it serves up 308 horsepower and 275
lb-ft of torque and tows an impressive weight of 7,000 pounds.
The 2.8-liter turbo-diesel engine boasts a number of best-in-class
ratings such as an amazing 369 lb-ft of torque and a towing capacity reaching
up to 7,700 pounds. The last best-in-class quality arrives in efficiency, with
a highway fuel economy of 30 mpg.* It doesn’t stop with multiple
segment-leading stats, as it also introduces the segment-first exhaust brake
that slows the truck using engine compression.
These amazing engine options let you customize the 2019 GMC Canyon to suit your needs from an everyday commute to towing power for tough jobs. If you’d like to learn more about the Canyon’s engines or try them out yourself, visit us at Transwest GMC to schedule a test drive.
*EPA estimated 20 city/30 hwy 2WD with the
available Duramax® 2.8L Turbo Diesel engine.
The 2018 GMC Yukon is a full-size SUV known for its performance and luxury. If you looking for some reasons to buy the 2018 GMC Yukon, we can name a few.
It’s powerful. The standard engine for the 2018 GMC Yukon is the 5.3-liter EcoTec3 V8. This engine is matched with a six-speed automatic transmission and generates 355 horsepower and 383 lb-ft of torque. When properly equipped with the HD Trailering Package, the Yukon can tow up to 8,500 pounds. The Yukon Denali model, however, takes its power from the 6.2-liter EcoTec3 V8 engine. This engine is connected to an eight-speed automatic transmission and cranks out 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque.
It’s safe. The 2018 GMC Yukon offers a number of safety features like Teen Driver and OnStar Safety & Security. Most important is the available suite of Driver Alert and active safety technologies. This suite includes Forward Collision Alert, Front and Rear Park Assist, Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert, IntelliBeam Headlamps, Adaptvie Cruise Control, the Safety Alert Seat, Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, and Low Speed Forward Automatic Braking.
It’s spacious. The 2018 GMC Yukon boasts up to 94.7 cubic feet of cargo space.