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Details of the New Buick Envision Cars

We spent time previously in the past post or two discussing, on behalf of your Thunder Bay Buick cars, the ways in which Buick is listening to their current customers, tells us that they are interested in satisfying all that their consumers need and want in a new Buick car.  The Buick Envision is the latest subject of our writing and we will pass along the details of new things to point out to you regarding the newest model years.

New nine-speed automatic is present on the Buick cars in Thunder Bay.  2.0L turbo engine offers increased vehicle performance of 252 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque. The engine and transmission updates produce 0-60 mph acceleration just under a half-second quicker than the 2018 model.  Engine stop/start deactivation switch, which is the first time we see this feature in a Buick car in North America.  There is also a single rate brake booster which is for improved overall brake performance and requires less effort according to the experts at your Thunder Bay Buick Service and Sales.

More than the above, we also see the flexibility to switch between Adaptive Cruise Control and conventional Cruise Control.  This is ideal for those of us interested in autonomous driving ability but still lack the desire to give up total control behind the wheel. These Thunder Bay New Buick cars in Ontario also have enhanced visibility on the rear vision cameras and improved hands-free microphone for better call quality and better voice recognition.  So, you can see, not all of these features on the new Buick Envision are entirely novel ideas or concepts, but rather improved to make them work smarter and more comprehensively.  They are also almost all features that were asked for by current Buick car consumers in Thunder Bay Canada.

 

Graphite Performance Edition GMC Trucks

performanceWe have elaborated in generalities alone on the Graphite Performance Edition that we stumbled upon on our research on behalf of your new GMC trucks for sale in Thunder Bay ON.  We now wish to give specifics of how these two new model Yukon vehicles will actually change and what they may look like for you, should you choose to pursue one at your local GMC Trucks dealership in Thunder Bay ON.  There will be a Graphite Performance Edition and a Graphite Edition.  Starting at the top, the Graphite Performance Edition requires the Graphite Edition and further adds the following list of features:

6.2L V-8 engine.

10-speed automatic transmission.

Magnetic Ride Control.

22-inch six-spoke Gloss black wheels.

Active two-speed transfer case (4WD models only).

Trailer brake controller.

170-amp alternator.

3.23 axle ratio.

High capacity air cleaner.

Bose Active Noise Cancellation.

Multi-color Head-up Display.

8-inch reconfigurable Driver Information Centre.

8-inch Colour Touch Screen Navigation with GMC Infotainment System.

Under the hood, we know the following to be true, from our research on behalf of your GMC Trucks sales and service in Thunder Bay ON, the 6.2L V-8 included with the Yukon Graphite Performance Edition features direct injection, Active Fuel Management and continuously variable valve timing for increased efficiency while providing 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque. “The engine is paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission that further improves efficiency by reducing engine revolutions at highway speeds. These powertrain enhancements are complemented by Magnetic Ride Control, which uses sensors to ‘read’ the road and can alter the damping rate of the shocks almost instantly. The combined power and torque, greater efficiency and composed ride provide a smooth and confident driving experience.”  Thank you for reading the details surrounding these excellent new GMC truck choices.  We hope that you will visit your Thunder Bay GMC Trucks dealership soon so as to take a closer look.

Where Consumers Lead With GMC Trucks

new customersWe are on a quest to bring you the latest and most interesting, hopefully pertinent information of new GMC trucks in Thunder Bay on behalf of your Thunder Bay GMC Truck dealer in ON.  This just in, “Oshawa, Ontario (Tuesday, June 12, 2018) — GMC is expanding its premium Yukon line with the addition of two 2019 Graphite Editions.”  We will attempt to sum up the details regarding the above headline on behalf of your GMC trucks dealerships in Canada.

First off, the all-new Yukon Graphite Edition offers a darkened exterior appearance, while the Yukon Graphite Performance Edition adds vehicle performance upgrades. One is obviously for aesthetic purposes only, while the other has new features to look forward to when you shop your next new GMC Trucks in Canada.  It is also worth mentioning, for consumer expectation purposes, that the Graphite Editions are exclusively available on SLT trim vehicles and can be ordered on either Yukon or Yukon XL in both 2WD and 4WD configurations.

“The Yukon continues to lead the Canadian full-size SUV segment by providing premium features and a well-respected brand identity,” said Michael MacPhee, brand director, GMC In Canada. “The all-new Graphite Edition provides customers the opportunity to display distinct GMC style by building on the commanding road presence and inherent capabilities of the Yukon.”  There are many things we find our Thunder Bay GMC truck customers in search and need of when scoping out their next new truck. Hopefully this addition to the lineup will help satisfy some of those wants and needs in Thunder Bay Ontario.  In addition to the above, the Yukon graphite edition also adds 22 inch bright machined wheels with Carbon Flash Metallic pockets, black assist steps with gloss black accents, premium black chrome grille mesh insert and fog lamp surrounds, body-colour grille surround, black roof rails, gloss black beltline mouldings and additional black trim.  Once again, the consumers were consulted as is the case with many GMC trucks in the making.  The list of additions was compiled from consumer requests and this is where they led.