Canyon and Sierra Resale Value Awards: Best Residual Prices

Sierra and Canyon Models Scored Well in The Resale Value Awards

Sierra and Canyon Models

The Canyon and Sierra were recently ranked among the highest in the resale value awards according to an annual survey performed by Kelley Blue Book (KBB). KBB is a third-party vehicle evaluation automotive research company recognized by consumers and automakers worldwide.

According to GMC, this is the second year in a row that the Canyon and Sierra were voted to the top of resale value, retaining the highest percentage of their original price over the first five years of ownership. Not only that, but Canyon and Sierra sales were also up to near-record highs this year.

“A vehicle’s resale value is of critical importance, because a vehicle with high resale value will typically be less expensive to own over time than a similar vehicle with poorer resale value,” said Jack R. Nerad, executive editorial director and executive market analyst for Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com.

The Canyon and Sierra resale value awards demonstrate the incredible quality of GMC models. The Canyon also won the Cars.com Midsize Pickup Challenge in its segment, as well as the Best of the Best Truck for 2015 award from Autoweek and the 10 Best Interior for 2015 award from WardsAuto.

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems: Keeping You Safe with Technology

Advanced Drive Assistance Systems from Buick Help Keep You Safe

Advanced Drive Assistance Systems from Buick Help Keep You Safe

New car technologies are being produced left and right, making it difficult to keep up with all of the new features that you might find while car shopping. Among these, driver assist technologies are among the most complex systems to recently hit the market, causing many car owners to scratch their heads.

According to CarTech, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) provide drivers with essential information, they automate difficult tasks, increase car safety, and more. These systems have technically been around since the early 1990s; however, there are more of them now than there have ever been before.

  • Adaptive Cruise Control. This feature lets you set a specific speed and distance from the cars around you, and it will automatically slow or speed up in response to the surrounding cars. This is great for tight traffic and on the highway, making it easy to sit back and enjoy driving without fiddling with buttons.
  • Automatic Braking. This pre-crash technology is really designed to reduce the severity of a crash, and is able of detecting imminent collisions and activating the brakes. Though in theory these systems should eliminate accidents altogether, they are really made to reduce damage by slowing the car.
  • Blind Spot Detection. Merging? No problem. This system will let you know whenever someone is in your blind spot.
  • Lane Departure Warning. This lets you know if you start swerving, a great option for people that are on the road a lot. Designed to prevent drowsy drivers from getting into accidents, some brands simulate rumble-strip vibrations to get your attention.

These are just some of the latest driver assist technologies that you might find in the automotive marketplace. Still confused? Talk to our friendly staff at Paul Sur Buick GMC.