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.
2012 GMC Acadia Denali: Luxury On A Large Scale
It’s been a long time since I’ve driven anything as big or as badass as the 2012 GMC Acadia Denali.
2010 GMC Terrain
L’UNIVERSELLE GMC TERRAIN By Casey Williams In 1955, GMC created a front-drive “mini-van” it named L’Universelle for its supposed ability to carry and do almost anything. Designed as a combination of the GMC Suburban Carry-All and VW Bus, L’Universelle was…
Best Family Car of 2009
Joe Tralongo – 2010 GMC Acadia A variation on my pick last year, the Acadia (and its sibling twins the Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Enclave) is still, in my view, the best family hauling CUV on the market. It offers…
GM New Product Review
Monday, August 10, 2009 – I am in Detroit as a guest of GM to attend a product preview tomorrow. This event is subsequent to the consumer-facing event put on today by GM where consumers and some lifestyle media got a sneak peak at upcoming product. Click HERE for a synopsis of of the Tweets from attendees during today’s event.
Six Automakers Score 100 with HRC
9/2/2008 – The Human Rights Campaign Foundation just released its 2009 Corporate Equality Index (CEI) and 6 of the 259 major U.S. businesses that scored a top rating of 100 percent are automotive manufacturers. Listed in alphabetical order they are: Chrysler, Ford, GM, Subaru, Toyota and VW.
Subaru, in concert with their long-standing support of the LGBT community, is not surprising. Some might be taken back by the other companies on the list as well as those that didn’t achieve a perfect score.
2008 GMC Yukon Hybrid
by Joe LaMuraglia Contributing editor Joe Tralongo and I spent a few days in a 2008 GMC Yukon Hybrid in and around New York City. This is our inaugural video review so it is a little rough around the edges….
Eight Family-Friendly Haulers
With more lesbian and gay couples raising families, the community’s car-buying habits have altered radically. The safety-conscious kid hauler is quickly replacing the flashy sports car. Below is a small sampling of some family-friendly vehicles assembled by the good folks at Gaywheels.com. Each carries at least six-passengers, is priced within reach of most middle-class households and is built by a gay-friendly company (gay-friendly status is determined by whether or not a company offers domestic partner benefits to both its corporate and factory employees here in the United States).
2007 GMC Sierra 1500
My New Valentine by Joe LaMuraglia February 14, 2007 – Gaywheels.com just got delivery of a 2007 GMC Sierra 1500 4WD Extended Cab SLT. Say that 10 times fast! Having piloted GM’s new SUVs, I am expecting great things from…