The all new Buick Regal and Regal GS has state of the art electronics and computers inside - the GM brand car will probably think faster than you. But don't take it the wrong way, sometimes it is better to have a car thinking faster than you can.
Probably one of the most important components in a car is the processor, but it's rare a manufacturer will talk about it too much. The processor is exactly what GM decided to advertise when it comes to their new Regal. 32-bit embedded processor, three megabytes of integrated flash memory, 300 kilobytes…
In October 2010 Cadillac sales increased 15% over the same month last year, marking nine consecutive months of sales increases. Best of all - retail sales increased 41% for Cadillac, with CTS and SRX posting retail increases of 70% and 56%, respectively.
"Clearly, our award-winning products and customer satisfaction are attracting new customers to Cadillac," said Kurt McNeil, vice president of Cadillac Sales and Service. "The CTS and SRX have helped Cadillac gain more than 2 percentage points of share in the luxury market in 2010, while customer services such as the Cadillac Premium Care Maintenance program have helped make Cadillac…
Winter presents many challenges
for vehicle owners, not the least of which are lower temperatures, longer nights
and changeable road conditions. Added together, the months ahead are certain to
produce their share of frustrations.
Holm Automotive Center offers many
GM models equipped with the Stabilitrak electronic stability control
system. That system not only makes it easier to operate your vehicle in adverse
conditions, but also drastically improves safety. In fact the NHTSA estimates
When the all-new 2011 Equinox came out last fall, even we were
a little skeptical that a SUV with that much room could get 32 MPG's. Leon
Beedy, of Salina KS was one of the first Holm Automotive customers to
purchase the newly redesigned Equinox and 15,000 miles later he is 'glad he
did.' Leon's Equinox gets every bit of the MPG's it was expected to and the many
Chevrolet exhibit will include "build your own" Corvette engine demonstration
DETROIT - Skilled engine builders from General Motors' Performance Build Center (PBC) will slowly assemble the LS9 6.2L supercharged engine that powers the Corvette ZR1 on the floor of this year's SEMA show in Las Vegas.
Booth #23743 within the Chevrolet display will be the place for SEMA attendees to watch and ask questions as the engine comes together during SEMA's Nov. 2-5 run.
The skilled engine builders will be demonstrating the Corvette Engine Build Experience, an industry-exclusive program open to Corvette buyers. The program…