The brand-new 2023 GMC Sierra 1500 AT4X AEV Edition delivers off-road-oriented capability, race-tested accessories, and exclusive design cues that set this pickup apart from the competition.
Turn heads with the 2023 GMC Sierra 1500 AT4X AEV Edition’s custom grille and unique front fascia. These components were specially designed to work in tandem with the model’s 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler Territory MT tires and custom AEV bumper. It rides on gloss black laser-engraved 18-inch AEV Salta wheels, and proudly sports AEV badging on the inside and out.
It’s easy to see why the 2023 GMC Sierra 1500 AT4X AEV Edition has been called the most capable Sierra 1500 to ever roll off the assembly line. It’s equipped with time-tested accessories like the tailor-made AEV-stamped steel front and rear bumpers. These durable components are built from 3-millimeter heavy-duty steel, and feature recovery points and winch capability. And you can count on this bumper to weather the elements thanks to its powder and e-coated surface, which resists corrosion and sun damage.
You can also breathe easy when traversing rough terrain thanks to this model’s five hot-stamped boron steel skid plates, which are estimated to be three-and-a-half times stronger than their cold-stamped counterparts.
The Sierra 1500 AT4X AEV Edition is expected to be on dealer lots during the later half of the 2023 model year. To learn more about reserving your own Sierra 1500 AT4X AEV Edition, contact Jim Causley Buick GMC Truck in Clinton Township, Michigan.
Plug and Charge works in a few basic steps. First, you’ll need an EVgo account and smartphone app, an active OnStar connected services account, and the myGMC smartphone app. Next, perform a one-time Plug and Charge activation with your EVgo app. From then on, easily plug in your electric vehicle and charge without reaching for your wallet, since the charging station automatically bills you.
GM and EVgo plan to expand the Plug and Charge feature by adding 3,250 fast-chargers throughout the U.S. by 2025. Additionally, GM plans to broaden Plug and Charge to every fast-charging station in the Ultium Charge 360 network. The network currently features over 100,000 charge points in the U.S. and Canada, including more than 1,300 in Michigan.
The system works on all existing and new electric vehicles built on the Ultium system, including the GMC HUMMER EV. Charge the GMC HUMMER EV Edition 1 Truck up to almost 100 miles in 10 minutes at the available 800-volt DC fast-charging stations.
Visit Jim Causley Buick GMC Truck in Clinton Township, Michigan, to test drive electric vehicles that use the Plug and Charge system, or to reserve your GMC HUMMER EV.
Whether you’ve got a rugged Canyon AT4 or a workhorse Sierra HD truck, it never hurts to accessorize. With GMC truck accessories, you can easily customize your truck to meet your unique needs. These are the five we think are the most useful.
GearOn™ utility rack stanchions: These adjustable stanchions help you secure overhead storage of longer cargo and are compatible with Thule lifestyle products.
Cargo tie-down rings: A must-have for any truck owner, these mount in the truck bed and give you anchor points to tie down cargo so it stays in place during transit.
GearOn™ bed divider package: This sturdy package makes it easier to organize your bed and secure items that may otherwise slide during acceleration and braking.
LUND bed extender: If you don’t already have the MultiPro Tailgate, this extender flips in or out to contain cargo in your bed as far out as the edge of the open tailgate.
Cargo net: Sometimes you just need a simple way to keep lightweight items from flying out of the bed. This cargo net made of stretch shock cords does just that.
In April, GMC teamed with the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation to host the Honoring our Heroes Gala. The sixth event of its kind, the gala supports the Siller Foundation’s Smart Home Program as well as the Fallen of Wounded Soldiers Fund of Michigan.
The Smart Home Program helps provide wounded service members with custom homes catered to improving their quality of life. These smart homes are offered completely mortgage-free — a comparatively small gesture for the price that many of these soldiers have paid for their country.
“GMC’s Professional Grade identity is a perfect fit for these organizations because it is the same philosophy these veterans live by day in and day out,” said GMC Marketing Director Rich Latek. “This mindset drives us to strengthen our efforts and help provide our veterans the state-of-the-art Smart Homes they need to achieve independent lives.”
GMC playing a key role in the Honoring our Heroes Gala is just the latest example of General Motors supporting the military and veterans. GM employs around 5,000 veterans around America and plans to hire 500 more vets by the end of 2022.
GM also supported the Siller Foundation’s Smart Home Program as well as the Fallen of Wounded Soldiers Fund of Michigan in April with a live concert at Sound Board — Motor City Casino. Proceeds from that show, which featured award-nominated country act Big & Rich, benefited both organizations.
If you’re shopping for a larger SUV, it’s important to buy one that actually offers a comfortable third row. Fortunately, the Buick/GMC lineup is loaded with roomy three-row options — including a trio of models that were recently included on U.S. News & World Report’s list of SUVS with the Best Third-Row Seats in 2021.
2021 GMC Acadia
With room for up to seven people, the midsize 2021 GMC Acadia is a great buy if you’re planning to load the third row with kids. With 29.7 inches of legroom, the third-row seats might be a bit cramped for adults — but they’re ideal for little ones.
2021 Buick Enclave
Even teens and adults can stretch out in the midsize 2021 Buick Enclave. This seven-seat SUV delivers a solid 33.5 inches of third-row legroom, and it provides plenty of headroom and cargo space as well.
2021 GMC Yukon
Completely redesigned for 2021, the eight-passenger GMC Yukon boasts more passenger space than ever before — including the third row. Rear passengers can relax with 34.9 inches of legroom in this full-size SUV.
You can get a closer look at any of these three outstanding SUVs when you visit us here at Jim Causley Buick GMC Truck in Clinton Township, Michigan. Be sure to bring along the whole family so they can test the third-row comfort for themselves!
If you’ve been hoping to score a GMC Terrain Denali trim at Jim Causley Buick GMC, you’re in luck. After a short absence during the 2020 model year, this luxurious Terrain variant is returning to production again for 2021.
The Denali trim is the most upscale version of the Terrain that you can buy here in Clinton Township. It’s easy to tell right away that you’re in the presence of a Terrain Denali — it stands out in a big way with a gleaming grille design, touches of exterior chrome, bright roof rails, LED headlamps, and 19-inch machined aluminum wheels with gray-painted accents.
The Terrain Denali is loaded with premium features to make your travels more comfortable. A hands-free programmable power liftgate, leather-trimmed seats with unique stitching, a heated steering wheel, and a Bose® audio system are just a few of the amenities you can expect.
The Terrain Denali also comes standard with the GMC Pro Safety Plus package, which includes nine advanced driver-assist features to keep you and your loved ones protected on the go.
Under the hood, the Terrain Denali is propelled by a 170-horsepower 1.5-liter turbo engine paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission. An exclusive Denali Premium Suspension with Enhanced Shock Control provides an exceptionally smooth ride on Michigan roads.
If you’re looking for a new truck to take on an off-roading adventure near Clinton Township, Michigan, we always recommend the GMC Canyon. Its AT4 trim is perfectly designed for conquering muddy bogs and sandy dunes. And if you want something even better than perfect, GMC offers a brand-new Off-Road Performance Package for the 2021 Canyon AT4. Here’s a look at the best off-road enhancements and features offered on this capable version of the latest GMC Canyon at Jim Causley Buick GMC Truck.
Extra protection from rubble
The Canyon AT4 Off-Road Performance Edition adds extra aluminum plates to the undercarriage to shield its mechanical components from damage. Now you can cross rocks and logs without worrying about the lower engine or axle.
For better balance on rough trails, the enhanced AT4 uses a suspension leveling kit that increases ride height by one inch. Now it accomplishes a greater approach angle for increased clearance over off-road obstacles.
Massive performance wheels
The Canyon AT4 utilizes a fine-tuned four-wheel-drive system that sends power to each wheel as needed to keep the truck rolling. Each wheel is wrapped in a 31-inch Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac™ tire boasting deep tread and resistance to punctures.
If you’re ready to start your off-road adventures this new year, come to our GMC dealership in Clinton Township and ask about the 2021 GMC Canyon AT4.
The auto industry is full of major studies and awards that evaluate a vehicle’s power, popularity, or overall quality. But only one evaluates automakers and vehicles on how much joy they bring their owners, and that’s the J.D. Power Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout, or APEAL, awards.
The vice president of automotive quality at J.D. Power has said that the goal of automakers should be delighting customers and meeting their needs. Some of them are better at that than others. And that’s what the APEAL Study measures.
GMC received third place among the mass-market brands surveyed. Ranking third sounds like less of a win, but look at the results. GMC was higher than Chevrolet and Buick, both General Motors brands, and well surpassed other competitors like Ford, Toyota, Honda, and Nissan.
The J.D. Power study also found that the GMC Sierra HD was one of the highest-ranked models in its segment. It’s easy to see why. The 2020 GMC Sierra HD has impressive power numbers, with 18,510 pounds of towing on the 2500HD and a massive 35,500 pounds on the 3500HD. In addition to this, the Sierra HD now has the off-road technology of the AT4 trim.
You can experience the satisfaction of the Sierra and other GMC vehicles for yourself by scheduling a test drive at Jim Causley Buick GMC Truck today.
Whether you’ve got children or you’re expecting, it’s vitally important to make sure you have a car seat to keep them as safe as you are in your GMC SUV. However, the buying process can be difficult if you don’t know what to look for. So, we put together a quick list of tips for picking the right car seat for your GMC.
Pick the right size
No matter their age, kids grow like weeds, and their size and age make a big difference in which car seat is right for them. For instance, infants and very young children’s car seats should be rear-facing, whereas toddlers’ seats should be front-facing. Additionally, as your young one gets bigger, they may outgrow their car seat, so make sure they fit comfortably before making a final decision.
Make sure the seat fits
Car seats aren’t all the same, so it’s important to make sure that any one you’re thinking about buying will actually fit in your vehicle. If you can’t get it to sit firmly on the actual seat or you have trouble securing it, look for another option.
Actually getting a car seat into place can be deceptively challenging, so give installing it a few test runs before you finalize the purchase.
GMC SUVs like the Acadia are safe enough to earn a five-star rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, but a car seat is essential for children, even in the safest of vehicles. For more tips on how to keep your kids safe on the road or for help installing a car seat, give us a call at Jim Causley Buick GMC Truck.
There are plenty of amazing places to take your GMC truck off-roading in Michigan, but you won’t get far if your truck isn’t properly outfitted for hitting the trails. From your friends at Jim Causley Buick GMC Truck, here’s a list of essential upgrades for preparing your truck for off-roading near Clinton Township.
Installing all-terrain tires is necessary for safe driving off-road. All-terrain tires are designed to grip onto looser surfaces like dirt and sand better than standard tires can, letting you navigate forest trails, deserts, and other off-road surfaces more easily.
When you’re driving on rocky, loose, or wet terrain, you need a skid plate to protect the underside of your truck. The skid plate acts as a barrier between debris from the road and the important parts housed under your vehicle, including the radiator and drivetrain.
A lift kit raises your truck further off the ground, giving you more ground clearance for driving over steep hills and other obstacles without scraping the underside of your truck. Body and suspension lift kits exist, but only suspension lift kits give you more ground clearance.
You should never go off-roading without equipment that can help you recover from emergencies like getting stuck in mud or sand, tire punctures, and running out of fuel. And don’t forget to pack plenty of food, water, spare clothing, and sleeping bags in case you get stuck somewhere overnight.
With these upgrades, you’ll be all set for your next off-road adventure. To order and install these parts on your truck or find a pre-modified off-road truck to purchase, visit Jim Causley Buick GMC Truck today.