For those who will be buying a new truck this summer, they might want to take a look at the all-new 2014 GMC Sierra full size pickup.
In order to satisfy the luxury car market GM has built Cadys from the Chevy Silverado platform, but many GM truck customers prefer the Chevy branding with the same level of creature comforts.
Chevrolet’s Silverado and GMC’s Sierra are both all-new in 2014.
The 2013 GMC Sierra pickup will have best in class V8 fuel economy. When General Motors announced this today in a press release it didn’t raise many eyebrows.
GM posted a growth of 4.9% for December 2012 and while that figure put them towards the bottom of the rankings in terms of growth, it was quite a bit better than Ford Motor Company’s growth in the
Over the past few months, General Motors has teased the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado in company-issued spy shots and testing videos showing the new truck heavily camouflaged.
The image on the right accompanied the announcement on the Chevrolet Facebook page but it obviously doesn’t provide much insight into the next generation Chevrolet Silverado.
General Motors posted a year over year growth (meaning, compared to the same month last year) of 3.4% which ranks them below all other major automaker companies in the US.
General Motors had their best September since 2008 last month with 210,245 units sold which was more than enough for GM to be the bestselling auto group in the US market – beating Ford by more than
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While the company has not given any definite indication as to when these new models would arrive, GM has stated that the there will be nine new models among the GMC and Buick brands over the next 1
Both models are distinguished by new safety features, technology, infotainment capabilities and unprecedented fuel economy with a choice of two engines.