2017 GMC Acadia Denali: Top-tier, pretty, and not pretentious, but …..

I can’t quite put my finger on it, but something is missing with the 2017 GMC Acadia Denali, a nice car if there ever was one. This queen of Denalis is an attractive package indeed, offering a 3.6-liter V6-engine that…

2017 GMC Acadia attends a new ball

After a decade on-stage, GMC’s Acadia three-row crossover set sales records in 2015. Accomplishing that as so many younger hotties rolled in and out of its neighborhood is astonishing. So, one might think GMC wouldn’t be interested in messing much…

2016 GMC Sierra drops it like Hamilton

One of my favorite possessions is a Hamilton Ventura watch that debuted in 1957. The parabola shape and stainless steel case are straight from the rocket age. It’s stylish, well-made, and useful – but not ostentatious. It’s not cheap, but…

2016 GMC Terrain Denali offers high-tech, midsize luxury

People who analyze trends in the auto industry often focus on overall sales, specific model sales, and the best-performing brands. But if you really want to take the temperature of the U.S. auto market, I suggest you take look at…

2015 GMC Canyon Is A Good, Pretty Truck With Little “Wow” But Lotsa “Oooh!”

We’ve all been on those dates where we can honestly say we had a decent time but nothing happened that made us want to start sharing photos on Instagram. That was basically my wet, winter weekend with the 2015 GMC…

Detroit Brings The Heat To 2014: A Recap Of The North American International Auto Show

The North American International Auto Show began with the Chevy Silverado and Corvette winning North American Car and Truck of the year, then heated up through unveilings of cars as diverse as the next Honda Fit, Hyundai Genesis, Volkswagen Beetle Dune Concept, Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge, and these noteworthy rides:

2014 GMC Sierra Is Glamorous

Trucks aren’t meant to be glamorous. Sure, they’ll pull a fabulous vintage Airstream trailer, put a wooden Chris Craft boat into crystal water, or carry home that mid-century credenza, but any truck worth its fully-boxed frame can also haul a bed load of dirt, plow through snow, and charge through muddy fields. I guess we’d call that versatile. Whatever your preference, the re-designed 2014 GMC Sierra satisfies.

2013 Chevrolet Equinox Offers Plenty Of Cushion & Pushin’

The Chevy Equinox doesn’t always get a fair shake. In the world of compact crossovers, rides like the Honda CR-V, the Ford Escape, and the Toyota RAV4 frequently upstage the Equinox — and for no good reason at all.

2013 GMC Sierra Denali Delivers Shrubbery (And More) With Style

Size queens, take note: the Sierra is big. The crew cab is huge, with plenty of room for full-size passengers — or in my case, three friends that I’ve corralled into helping me at the nursery. It also comes with a big bed, which many larger trucks are missing nowadays. The Sierra can easily handle a dozen more more full-size plants — no need to buy twigs and wait (im)patiently for them to grow!

2012 GMC Terrain: A Butch Boy for the Soccer Mom Set

I have a long history with mid-sized GMC utilities. I had a first year four door Jimmy back in 1993, another Jimmy in 2000 and a 360-based Envoy in 2002. All were mid-sized utilities which were based on a truck frame and powered by some version of a six cylinder engine. The GMC Terrain replaced the Envoy in 2009 as a crossover vehicle based on the GM Theta platform, and while I’ve had extensive experience with the Theta derived Cadillac SRX, I’d never actually driven the Terrain.