The Meaning Behind GMC’s Vehicle Names

GMC Vehicle Name Meanings

Have you ever wondered where your favorite vehicles get their names from? It’s not a haphazard process. The vehicles at George Gee Buick GMC all have their name for a reason. Read on to discover how GMC’s vehicle names are chosen.

Terrain

A terrain is any stretch of land, no matter what its features may be. The GMC Terrain, though small, is ready to tackle any terrain with ease.

Acadia

Before Acadia was associated with a GMC SUV, it was recognized as the name of a territory in Canada. The winters in that area are rough—the kind that only something as capable as the GMC Acadia could handle.

Yukon

Like Acadia, Yukon is a territory in Canada. Yukon borders Alaska, so it’s no surprise that its winters are equally cruel. The GMC Yukon is built to handle weather like the tough winters in Yukon itself.

Canyon

The GMC Canyon is a capable mid-size truck, named after some of the rugged landscape features that it’s fit to explore.

Sierra

Since a Sierra is defined as a mountain chain, it makes sense that GMC’s capable, full-size truck would be named after such a rugged terrain.

Denali

This title continues with GMC’s tradition of naming its vehicles after geographical features. Denali is the highest peak in North America. If you want the highest luxury possible, you choose the GMC Denali trim.

How to Get Your Car Ready for Winter

How to Prepare Your Car For Winter

Winter is right around the corner, bringing with it cold weather, snow, and ice, all intent on doing damage to your car. That is why it is imperative that you take some time now to get your car ready for winter. Here are a few tips on how to do so:

  • Have your battery tested.

    Bring your car into George Gee Buick GMC, and we’ll gladly test your battery. Having a weak battery in the winter can lead to a car that won’t start, which is never fun, especially not when it’s cold outside.

  • Check your tires.

    Make sure the tread on your tires is good enough to survive until spring. It’s also a good idea to rotate them (and get that oil changed now) before heading into winter. Remember to frequently check their air pressure as well.

  • Test your heater, defroster, and lights.

    Make sure your heater and defroster work efficiently before the temperatures drop. Now that it’s getting darker sooner, check all your lights—taillights, brake lights, headlights, and more—to ensure you’ve got good visibility this winter.

  • Replace your wiper blades.

    Avoid a streaky windshield during the blizzards by replacing old wiper blades now.

Need help prepping your car for winter? Bring it into George Gee Buick GMC for service. We’re happy to help!