For 2018, the GMC Acadia builds on its legacy of premium amenities and precision construction. Step into Acadia and experience a refined interior, advanced technologies, versatile seating and cargo configurations. Explore the 2018 Acadia SUV and choose the model that is right for you. The bold, sculptural lines, advanced technology and refined details of the 2018 Acadia are designed to make a lasting impression. Continue reading
It would be nice if there were a small luxury SUV that would make going somewhere just as much fun as getting there. The 2018 Buick Envision is just that kind of vehicle.
The first thing you notice is the beautiful, modern design that continues on into the spacious interior. The combination of thoughtful craftsmanship and premium amenities is absolutely stunning. Once you are behind the wheel of the new Envision you realize just how special this SUV happens to be. Come see for yourself at Eagle Buick GMC. There is no better time or season to enjoy your own test drive in the new 2018 Buick Envision.
The 2018 Buick Regal is all new. The sedan model is gone but in its place are three new models: the Regal Sportback, Regal Sportback GS and the Regal TourX (which is like a wagon but with far more excitement).
These new Regals are more powerful than the sedan version they replaced and come with the practical utility of more cargo space. After all, the Regal Sportback models are hatchbacks and the Regal TourX is the modern example of a wagon. Altogether, they are both fun to drive and seriously useful too. If you are like us and appreciate an expertly executed design then you will really appreciate this new Regal Sportback and TourX.
Did you know that many vehicles have a cabin air filter? These HEPA filters act the same way that your home air conditioning filters do.
Before the air comes out of your dash, it is passed across this special filter. The filter catches pollen and other particles that contribute to allergies.
If the air bag lamp comes on, then your car’s computer sees a problem with the air bag system. This safety concern should be addressed promptly.
The creation and evolution of air bags have saved countless lives. Older models were single stage; they would deploy violently and could cause damage to the occupant. Current airbags have multi-stages; they have a small burst of deployment before a full engagement to lessen the force.
This happens in milliseconds. Although the deployment is very loud, you will not likely hear it in an accident.
In days past you would never hear of such things as replacing your brake fluid. Now, with the introduction of anti lock brakes it has to be done. Failure to do so can cause faults within the ABS, Traction, and Stability Control systems of your vehicle.
Brake fluid is hydroscopic. That means that it absorbs moisture. In addition to absorbing moisture it also runs through copper lines and inevitably transfers residual or microscopically fragmented copper through the brake system.
Most late model vehicles have a tire pressure warning indicator lamp. If this lamp is coming on after the vehicle has been sitting overnight or on cold mornings and it goes out after a few miles of driving, then your tires are getting low.
Usually, the low tire pressure lamp will come on if there is a 15% variance in pressure between the tires. Each tire has a tire pressure monitor in it. These sensors operate by battery. Battery life is usually 5 years. A low battery can also cause this lamp to come on.