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2018 Buick Enclave Priced At $40,970

Buick has finally replaced the decade-old Enclave crossover with the all-new 2018 model. Despite the ground-up redesign, Buick has attached only a modest $980 increase to the base price tag, which is coming in at $40,970 including destination. Of course, we're talking about the Buick Enclave here, in which over 50 percent of buyers opt for one with a sticker…

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2018 Cadillac XTS Gets a CT6 Makeover

We brought you unofficial images of the 2018 Cadillac XTS a few weeks ago, and it turns out those were accurate. This morning Cadillac has formally revealed the refreshed XTS, which actually makes the car look a lot like the larger CT6 sedan. A few new features and revisions round out Cadillac's one-off front-wheel-drive sedan. It really doesn't take a…

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GM Extending Summer Vacation At Some Plants

General Motors has announced plans to extend its annual summer shutdown as some of its U.S. plants as car sales continue to slide. The company will idle two of its car assembly plants as long as five weeks over the summer as an attempt to better align its inventory with shifting consumer demand toward SUVs. The company's Lordstown, Ohio and…

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GM Produces First Round Of Autonomous Chevrolet Bolt EV Testers

General Motors today announced the production of 130 self-driving Chevrolet Bolt EV's. The vehicles were produced at the company's Lake Orion Assembly Plant near Detroit and marks the first time self-driving vehicles have been produced at a mass-production assembly. The 130 units will join about 50 others in GM's autonomous vehicle testing fleet. “This production milestone brings us one step…

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GM Will Continue Reducing Fleet Sales

General Motors' Alan Batey has confirmed to Automotive News the company will continue ditching sales to daily rental fleets. For the better part of the last decade GM has been saying it aspires to reduce low-profit rental sales, but now it appears to be executing its lip service. In total, GM plans to reduce total fleet sales by 50,000 units.…

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GMC Evolves 'Professional Grade' Marketing

There aren't many automotive brands who can say they've had the same marketing tagline for 20 years, but GMC can say exactly that. GM's truck brand has been using the "Professional Grade" marketing theme for over 20 years, with arguably a high degree of success over the years. However, GMC has decided it's time to evolve its professional image. Today…

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Buick Brings Back eAssist For 2018

Buick has confirmed the brand's eAssist light electrification system is returning on the 2018 LaCrosse sedan. We confirmed plans of its return back in March after the system showed up on GM's own internal order guides. Like the previous eAssist systems, the new one essentially pairs a lithium-ion battery pack and oversized alternator with GM's 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine. The electrification…

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Cadillac CTS Talks To Traffic Lights

Cadillac is currently testing the ability to have its vehicles communicate with traffic lights. The testing is occurring just outside General Motors' Warren, Michigan campus, where certain Cadillac CTS testers are talking to the traffic lights, showcasing vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) technology. Cadillac recently announced it would be among the first automakers to have vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications as standard equipment on the…

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Chevrolet SS Production Officially Ends

General Motors' Australia division Holden has built its last Chevrolet SS. The company has announced the last batch of cars to be exported to the U.S. market, marking a permanent end to the rear-wheel-drive sedan here in North America. Holden has been producing the SS sedan since the 2014 model year. Based on the Commodore, the SS sedan served as…

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