The 2015 GMC Sierra is one of the highest rated vehicles!
Ranking in the Top 10 Most Dependable brands on the market, GMC was proud to receive several awards from a recent JD Power study. This survey determined which vehicles were the most dependable on the road, and it came up with three GMC models: the Sierra 1500, Yukon, and Terrain.
According to GMC, JD Power determines these numbers by measuring the number of problems experienced per 100 vehicles. That means that compared to most other manufacturers, GMCs are among the most durable and rugged cars and trucks you can buy. Why would you buy something that isn’t as reliable?
“The momentum continues at GMC with this recognition,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president of GMC Sales and Marketing. “We expect all of our vehicles to perform at the highest level every time a customer gets behind the wheel and this achievement validates our commitment to dependability and reliability.”
GMC dependability was through the roof thanks to some new engineering and design tactics. New models are made to last, using both high-strength and lightweight materials. Not only that, but there’s also an incredible attention to detail during the production process. GMCs are for anyone that wants a reliable vehicle, plain and simple. We are proud to offer tons of GMC vehicles at Paul Sur Buick GMC in Valparaiso, IN.
The GMC Canyon is rumored to get a Denali trim!
If there’s one thing you can count on GMC to always do, it’s adding a luxury Denali trim to each model in its lineup.
“But wait,” we hear you ask. “The Canyon pickup truck doesn’t have a Denali trim!”
You’re right—for now. Spy shots have revealed a Canyon testing in the wild with camouflage covering its front end. The camo wasn’t enough to completely hide the grille, however, which revealed the chrome mesh that all GMC fans will recognize as a mark of the Denali trim (by contrast, the standard model has horizontal slats).
The lower intake also appears to be completely lined in chrome, though the rest of the pickup looks the same as the current Canyon, which probably explains why GMC didn’t bother covering it up.
Given the pickup truck’s success, it makes sense that GMC would want to give it the Denali treatment. That means better quality materials, more technology, more convenience, and all the other usual luxury upgrades. Check out any of our Denali models at Paul Sur Buick GMC to see for yourself!
The 2015 GMC Sierra Denali
GMC is doing better than ever thanks to one of the most impressive lineups in its history. The all-new Denali series is rebranding the iconic automaker as more than just a dependable American company, but also as a luxury automaker.
According to GMC, 2014 was one of the most successful years for the company in decades. The Denali sub-brand is mostly to thank, integrating performance, luxury, and, of course, dependability. The new 2015 GMC lineup features several best-selling vehicles, including the Sierra, Yukon, Canyon, and Acadia among others—meaning we could quite possibly see an even better year than last year.
“GMC is a strong, premium brand that has continued to gain momentum,” said Duncan Aldred, U.S. vice President of GMC. “Refined, capable and appealing products are driving that momentum, and we intend to build on that in 2015 with both product and brand-centric initiatives.”
The new Sierra is the only pickup to have exterior design as the number one reason for purchase, the Yukon is more popular than ever, the Canyon was voted Autoweek’s Best of the Best of 2015, and the Acadia was Edmunds.com’s Most Popular SUV. We’re not kidding: the new lineup is better than ever thanks to quality design and made-in-America dependability.