When the letter G comes along with the letter M, you and everybody else knows who is being mentioned. The multinational American automobile manufacturer that operates in more than 35 countries around the world is also the US biggest car manufacturer. As of 2017, General Motor’s revenue stream reached a figure of $145.6 billion. With their presence expanding over a century as a dominating force in the global automotive industry, even after a bankruptcy issue that arose during 2009, GM is still going strong and considered as one heck of a force to be reckoned with. In this post, we will be sharing with you some of the best vehicles from the automaker that you must check out this year when visiting car lots. Let’s jump deep into the new and magnanimous inventory of an amazing manufacturer of vehicles:
This year we welcome the Real to the domain of premium mid-size cars and the model is available in both sport back and wagon body styles as well. Some have labeled as an extremely luxury vehicle, while others think it still needs to step up a bit to be fit for a king. If you are currently looking for a unique design, high performance, and some upscale touches to a car, then the Buick Regal might appeal to you a lot. The interior is laden with high-quality materials, great soft touch finishes, putting it well on top of other competitors in the market. Then there are the exclusive GS front seats offering you heated front seats with massaging capabilities and adequate ventilation. The standard Brembo® brakes offer the car an impressive stopping power, intelligent All-Wheel Drive maximizes traction and great cornering capabilities while accelerating. The V-6 engine offers you an exhilarating 310 horsepower with the 9-speed automatic transmission. The vehicle offers you an average fuel economy of 22 mpg in the city and 32 mpg on the highway. The best feature which often goes neglected for luxury cars like these is the excellent cargo space of 31.5 cubic feet offered originally, that can be extended to 60.7 cubic feet when rear seats are folded down. Infotainment features include an 8.0-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, a navigation system, premium Bose audio, Bluetooth, 4G LTE connectivity, rearview camera, keyless start and entry, 19-inch alloy wheels, wireless phone charging, and parking assist. A definite car for you to look out for when visiting car lots this year.
The car which transformed over the years starting from a certified ‘pony car’ to what can be best described now as a ‘muscle car’ is indeed a beauty to behold at first glance. The amount of joy of riding the latest model has been described as nearly incomprehensible by most critics and car lovers. The most notable engine variation out of the three offered in this year’s model is the V-8 that dishes out a monstrous 455 horsepower, but what adds icing to the cake is the 1LE package that offers you track-focused equipment and built. The car offers you decent fuel economy, doing 20 mpg in the city while reaching 30 mpg on the highway. There is ample legroom for the driver (43.9 inches) and front seat passenger, along with a pretty good headroom as well (38.5 inches). For infotainment, the unit offers you decent and standard controls like MyLink touchscreen 7.0 inches, a 12-month subscription to SiriusXM satellite radio, Bose stereo system, Wi-Fi hotspot, wireless charging, 4G LTE connectivity, Bluetooth, 2 USB ports, 1 12-volt outlet along with great support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Now coming over to Camaro’s safety features, which is pretty much impeccable, earning it a 5-star rating in the crash test by NHTSA and average scores from IIHS. The car does lag behind many features when compared with other cars like the Mustang and the Challenger, however optional upgrades include blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic sensor, and rear parking sensors. Cargo storage and interior space, however, do need improvement due to its stingy rivals offering more then they should. Nonetheless, the car is a true performer on the road and the track. With its astonishing chassis, the car can easily compete with bigger and more badass car models and make which is quite exceptional, to say the least.
If you are looking for an upscale daily driving vehicle, then the XT5 offers you the specs and horsepower to do so, though fuel economy may be considered as its lesser attractive feature. The car offers you a smooth and almost fun-ride since the built-in shocks absorb most shocks and roll over bumps with relative ease. When it comes to handling, one may go as far as using the term ‘surgical precision’ for it. That translates to making quick turns on the highway without any trouble but keeping in mind the body size of the car at all times. Both the front and rear seat are graciously spacious, simply no need to worry about your hips, shoulders, legs, and heads in this unit. This should tell you how comfortable the seats are as well for both the rows. The driver seat alone offers you 8 unique adjustments along with height adjustability. For your bulky items, the 30 cubic feet for your cargo space comes a lot handy, and this can be further extended to 63 cubic feet when the rear seats are folded. There are plenty of high-end infotainment features including CUE system, 8.0-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, premium Bose audio with eight speakers, 4G LTE wireless connectivity, 4 USB ports, 2 12-Volts outlets, auxiliary input, Bluetooth, and Wi-fi. Rear parking sensors come in as standard, while optional safety features for the car include the complete lineup such as Adaptive Cruise Control, Automatic High-Beams, Blind Spot Monitoring, Forward Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, and the rest.
We hope that you enjoyed going through our post as it was helpful in offering some great insights regarding the best GM vehicles you should take a look at when visiting car lots. For any further suggestions regarding the topic, please feel free to let us know of your comments in the section below.