Buick and GMC both offer a wide range of family-friendly SUVs and crossovers that are loaded with smart tech and amenities. If you’re going on a road trip across Oklahoma with your friends or family, these features will make your trip easier and more comfortable.
Massaging front-row seats
Some Buick and GMC models such as the midsize Buick Enclave offer luxurious massaging front-row seats. These soothing massaging functions will keep you and your co-pilot comfortable even on long drives that would normally leave you achy.
A road trip is a great time to bond with your family, but a noisy cabin can make it hard to communicate. Fortunately, some Buick and GMC SUVs are equipped with QuietTuning with Active Noise Cancellation. This feature filters outside noise for a quieter, more relaxed cabin, so you can have better conversations — and keep an ear out for your kids.
Loading or unloading your cargo area during a road trip can be a hassle, especially when you’re already handling diaper bags, car seats, and coolers. With the available hands-free programmable power liftgate on SUVs like the GMC Acadia, you can easily pop the trunk even when your hands are full by kicking your foot under the bumper.
8-inch infotainment system
Whether you get a GMC or a Buick, both brands offer an advanced infotainment system with an available 8-inch color touchscreen, in-vehicle apps, voice-activated calls, smartphone syncing, and Wi-Fi Hotspot capabilities.
Check out the current inventory of GMC and Buick SUVs for sale in Stillwater when you visit Wilson Buick GMC. Our dealership should be your first destination on your next road trip!
The 2023 Cadillac Escalade-V is an all-new model that sets a bold standard for SUV performance and luxury. It’s the first Escalade to get the V-Series treatment, making it the most powerful Escalade ever. These are some of the best Cadillac Escalade-V features.
Supercharged 6.2-liter V8. The Escalade-V’s brawny V8 produces an staggering 682 horsepower and 653 lb-ft of torque. Along with an exclusive V-Mode that maximizes performance and enables launch control, this strength allows the SUV to race from 0-60 mph in just 4.4 seconds.
36-speaker sound system. Every Escalade-V comes standard with a reference AKG® premium sound system featuring 36 speakers, creating a true 360-degree audio field sure to satisfy even the most exacting audiophiles.
Available Super Cruise™. The world’s most advanced hands-free driving system is coming to the Escalade-V with Super Cruise™. It allows you to drive on more than 200,000 miles of compatible roads across the United States and Canada. It even works while you’re trailering a boat or camper here in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Exclusive Platinum interior. The Escalade-V is the only Escalade offered with a Platinum interior. You can choose between a Black and Dark Auburn color palette, with beautiful Zebra Wood accent finishing.
Learn more about the 2023 Escalade-V’s exceptional features at Wilson Cadillac when you visit our dealership to get a closer look at this newly released SUV.
To celebrate 120 years, Cadillac launched the CT5-V Blackwing 120th Anniversary Edition as part of its Collector’s Series. Only 120 examples will be made and each car will be numbered in accordance with a year in Cadillac’s history, starting with 1902, the company’s founding year.
The Blackwing 120th Anniversary Edition will come with a B-pillar builders’ plate, steering wheel plate, and unique sill plate all featuring the commemorative year, as well as graphics and designs corresponding with that year.
It will also come with a certificate of authenticity and, on models equipped with a manual transmission, a shifter medallion with 120th anniversary commemoration. Customers get a complimentary V-Performance Academy driving experience at Spring Mountain.
The very first model, Car 1902, has already been sold at a Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach auction, where it raised $250,000 for charity. Cadillac donated the full amount to the SAE Foundation, which focuses on improving access to STEM education to students around the world.
The CT5-V Blackwing is Cadillac’s most powerful production model in history. It has a hand-assembled, supercharged 6.2-liter V8 rated at 668 horsepower and 659 lb-ft of torque. The special anniversary editions are all called for, but you can still get your hands on the regular version by visiting Wilson Cadillac in Stillwater, Oklahoma!
To document the development and release of the first-ever all-electric truck, the GMC HUMMER EV Pickup, General Motors has released an exclusive documentary. This feature-length documentary follows the GM team as they developed, tested, and produced this revolutionary vehicle.
The 60-minute film first aired on March 27, on the History Channel. If you missed it, it is now available to stream through History on Hulu or History.com. You can also watch it on GMC’s YouTube channel.
“Our goal was to upend what an electric vehicle is capable of and push the boundaries from 100 years of vehicle development experience,” said Josh Tavel, executive chief engineer. “This documentary captures the soul of a team capable of incredible innovation and resilience. Their learnings are laying the foundation of vehicle development for decades to come.”
Sean King O’Grady directed the film with the help of the Detroit-based WTP Pictures and Hiatus production team. They joined the GM team on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to record testing in freezing temperatures. From there, they travelled to the scorching heat of Moab, Utah.
In the film, you will see behind-the-scenes views of GM’s testing facilities along with an in-depth look at the production process at the Hamtramck assembly plant in Detroit.
Contact Wilson Buick GMC in Stillwater, Oklahoma, to learn more about the GMC HUMMER EV.
Going on a long road trip is a staple of any good summer. But after being in the car for hours at a time, the appeal of road trips can wear off — unless you adequately prepared by reading this list of tips. Here’s how to ensure your road trip is enjoyable from start to finish.
Bring a paper map.
If you plan to drive somewhere remote, you can’t necessarily rely on your phone for navigation. You can download maps for use offline, but where’s the fun in that? Paper maps are a good backup and add a lot of flavor to navigation that a phone simply can’t match.
Prep the playlist.
Having a good playlist is a critical aspect of any road trip. You simply can’t rely on the radio to give you tunes that fit the moment — besides, who wants to listen to ads just when things are getting good? Download a playlist before you head out. Just make sure everyone coming along gets to have a say in the song selection.
Have a loose plan.
It’s always good to plan your route and have a few interesting spots on your radar to check out. Still, any plan you make should be flexible enough for last-minute changes and spontaneous decision-making. The magic of road trips is making things happen on the go.
Get your car checked.
Nothing sours a road trip quite as much as your car breaking down on the way. Sure, you should pack a tool kit just in case — but wouldn’t it be better not to need it? Have your car or RV checked by a professional mechanic before hitting the road to ensure everything goes smooth as butter.
For all of your car repair and maintenance needs, visit the Wilson Cadillac service center in Stillwater, Oklahoma. We’ll make sure your ride is ready for your next road trip.