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Wake the Kids: Buick LaCrosse Avenir Is Coming in 2018

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - As part of a larger group of automotive publications, TTAC has access to a variety of content. We wanted to bring you some of the unique content we think lives up to TTAC’s standards and offers legitimate insight or a properly critical viewpoint to car evaluation.

Cars That Go the Distance: Consumer Reports Car Reliability Survey 2017

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - For pioneering consumers, nothing beats the thrill of owning something completely new. These early adopters are the ones you see lined up around the block when a next-generation smartphone is released or racing to the dealership when a redesigned or new car model rolls into showrooms. Our latest survey of about 400,000 subscribers who own 640,000 vehicles reveals that all-new or updated models are now more likely than older ones to have a wonky engine, a jerky transmission, or high-tech features that fail outright.

Hamtramck Going Dark as GM Large Sedan Inventories Balloon

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - It’s going to be a black Christmas at the Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant this year. Amid rising inventory levels for the Cadillac CT6, Buick LaCrosse, Chevrolet Impala, and Chevrolet Volt, General Motors plans to shut off the lights for the rest of the year.

2017 Buick LaCrosse in Depth: Cosseting, Comfy, Classy

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The job of Buick’s flagship sedan is difficult—to keep current customers happy and also entice new buyers to the brand—but the svelte LaCrosse is ready for the task. Depending on its equipment, the LaCrosse can either be a plush-riding land yacht or, thanks to an optional adaptive suspension, 20-inch wheels, and available all-wheel drive, a corner-confident all-weather touring sedan.

There’s Enough Buick LaCrosse Inventory in America to Last Until the 2018 July 4th Holiday

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - As General Motors seeks to get the company’s US inventory down to the industry average of 70 days’ supply by the end of 2017, once prominent passenger cars are inhibiting the company from achieving its vital goal. At Cadillac, where even the company’s three utility vehicles have far more than 70 days of stock, the

2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Z71 First Test

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Like other automakers, GM faces challenges in today’s plateaued, crossover-obsessed auto market, and rumors are circling that it will discontinue the slow-selling Buick LaCrosse and Chevrolet Impala and Sonic. Staying out of the “car versus crossover” fray is the Chevrolet Silverado, GM’s best-selling model by far and wide.

Cadillac CT5 to Succeed the ATS, CTS, and XTS

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Rumors have been circling that General Motors will unload a number of nameplates, possibly the Buick LaCrosse and Chevrolet Impala and Sonic, to make room for crossovers. While GM hasn’t commented on these reports, Cadillac boss Johan de Nysschen is setting the record straight on plans for his brand.