In 2020, GMC plans to introduce a new AT4 lineup comprised of six different models. The SUVs and trucks in the lineup are each equipped to handle your on and off-road adventures.
The Sierra AT4 has skid plates, Rancho® shocks and a 2-inch lift to take on the outdoors. It also has a Carbon Fiber Bed, Mud-Terrain tires and the GMC MultiPro™ Tailgate.
This AT4 variant offers similar features to its Sierra sibling, while also adding up to 15 camera views for enhanced visibility and boosted confidence when traversing rough roads and making tight turns.
The Canyon AT4 boasts 31-inch Goodyear® Wrangler DuraTrac® tires, an off-road-tuned suspension and an automatic locking rear differential.
The Acadia AT4 incorporates Traction Select with Off-Road Mode, All-Terrain tires and an Advanced Twin-Clutch AWD System, so you can smoothly shift from paved routes to more rugged ones.
Available this fall, GMC hasn’t revealed all of the details about this AT4 variant yet. However, it’s apparent that the SUV will have intuitive technology, a rugged exterior and comparable off-roading equipment to the rest of the AT4 lineup.
The Yukon AT4 features an electronic limited-slip differential, a 15-inch head-up display and an air suspension having 4 inches of adjustability.
To learn more about the GMC models designed for off-roading, stop by Wilson Buick GMC Cadillac to browse our current inventory of GMC vehicles and experience the brand’s famed capability and versatility for yourself.
The Cadillac Escalade is already a popular luxury SUV for large families, and its upcoming iteration shows promise of being an impressive new model. Cadillac has already revealed that the 2021 Escalade will feature an industry-first curved OLED screen to make it easier to stay informed on the road.
The huge OLED screen is 38 inches diagonally and offers two
times the pixel density of a notable 4K television. This screen allows you to
view striking imagery and has the automotive industry’s largest color range.
On February 4, 2020, the SUV will debut in Los Angeles.
Currently, much about the 2021 Cadillac Escalade is still unknown, though the
three-row SUV is expected to have horizontal headlights that work well with the
grille. In addition, the Escalade could have vertical LED lights for a bold
look as well as for additional visibility.
The 2020 Escalade is also a stylish option, which is why
many of its design elements may carry over for the 2021 model year. The SUV
incorporates leather appointments and authentic wood trims into the cabin and
has Concierge Lighting, which makes it stand out on the road.
Until the 2021 Cadillac Escalade is released, check out the fantastic pre-owned Cadillac models that we have available at Wilson Buick GMC Cadillac.
You can always tell when midterms are approaching because every college student starts chewing their fingernails, drinking more coffee, sleeping less. Fret not college brethren and sisters. Here are a few midterm studying tips to help you ace those exams so you can focus on the joys of being home for the holidays.
Bring your books with you everywhere
You never know when you’re going to get a few minutes to yourself, perhaps in a waiting room, and sometimes fifteen minutes is all you need to memorize a few terms or solve a few test prep questions. This is especially true if you are doing any traveling for the holidays, as long car trips are perfect opportunity to do some serious reading.
Find an isolated place to study
This doesn’t always necessarily mean hiding behind the stacks in the library; perhaps you just got a new car for Christmas. Drive it to a quiet library, coffee shop, or other solitary place where you can get some studying in a distractions-free environment.
Take a drive
Make sure to take a study break from time to time, to help you stay sane from now until midterms. Going for a leisurely drive is an easy way to do this.
Good luck on your midterms from all of us here at Wilson Buick GMC. Stop by to test-drive your favorite Buick or GMC vehicle, if you’re in need of a fun study break.
As a car owner, there are several useful goals you can set for yourself and your vehicle. Check out these New Year’s resolutions for your car and do your best to start the next year off on the right foot.
Keep Up with Maintenance
Providing regular services and maintenance for your vehicle is the one sure way to keep it in great shape for a long time. Make it a goal this year to stay on top of oil changes, tire rotations and alignments, and check-ups. This goal will ensure that your car is safe to drive while helping you avoid potentially costly repairs.
Learn some DIY Maintenance
It can be very empowering to know how to take care of some simple maintenance on your car. Start with something simple, like installing new windshield wipers or a fresh air filter. If you feel confident, move on to a bigger project, like an oil change.
Nix the Distracted Driving
Every day, multiple people die from accidents that occurred because of distracted driving. Distracted driving takes a number of different forms. It could be texting or talking on the phone while driving, checking GPS, eating while driving, or applying makeup while behind the wheel. Make it a serious goal in the New Year to put an end to distracted driving and create safer conditions as a result.
The last few months of the year are hectic. From Halloween until New Year’s, it can seem like the holidays are nonstop. To help cut expenses, here are fun ways to decorate for Thanksgiving by using Halloween decor.
Sticking LED candles such as electronic tea lights around the house can give it an eerie vibe for October. In November, you can put the candles in displays with red, orange, and brown leaves or fall-colored ribbons. This will work as table centerpieces, as a decoration above the mantle, by windows, or anywhere you want to add an extra glow.
Pumpkins aren’t just for jack-o’-lantern carving. Uncarved pumpkins will last through November on your front porch. You can also go to grocery stores that stock pumpkins and buy any leftover after Halloween. If you’re still worried your pumpkins won’t last, you can spray them with WD-40 and keep them out of rain and direct sunlight to help them last longer.
Sometimes people like to use hay bales as part of Halloween decor. Hay bales can prop up skeletons or serve as a backdrop for spooky scarecrows. Then, when you put the Halloween decorations away, you can repurpose the hay bales to display some pumpkins and faux foliage.