Mid-sized GM wagons were everywhere back in the day, but now, they’re a rare sight. That makes this LeMans Safari streetside spotting pretty sweet.
Cadillac is changing things up on the dealer side of their business and it might mean the end of 400 US dealerships. Its new dealer incentive plan is called Project Pinnacle, and it stands to be a challenge to smaller dealerships. Cadillac understands this, so they’re offering those dealerships a buyout if they want to […]
General Motors and Lyft have combined forces to create the Express Drive program which is designed to provide affordable access to short term rentals in select cities across the U.S. This program allows participants affordable access to dependable, fuel efficient transportation at very reasonable weekly rental rates – and the rates go down with each new […]
Of course a station wagon is roomy. But take out the seats from a last-generation Buick Roadmaster, and a wagon can seem truly cavernous.
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It’s no surprise that trucks and crossovers are selling well, but despite the shift away from sedans, Chevy’s mid-sizer is surging.
Has Takata airbag recall gone too far? GM seems to think so.
Ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft are no longer seen as novel. They’re everywhere, and automakers are lining up to create alliances that ensure their vehicles will be the ones you call when you need a ride.
Maven is on the march: the General Motors car-sharing program has now expanded to five major markets in the U.S.