The 2019 North American International Auto Show took place
in January from the 14th to the 27th in Detroit, where
refreshed models, concept vehicles, and innovative new technologies across the
entire auto industry were revealed for the first time.
As one of the biggest auto shows in the world, the NAIAS is the place to be for the latest cars, SUVs, and trucks, especially from GM brands like Buick and GMC. Neither Buick nor GMC released a new concept at the Detroit Auto Show, but they did show off the new versions of their popular lineups.
Buick showed off the ultra-luxurious Avenir line, which
takes Buick’s premium vehicles and elevates them even further. The Enclave
Avenir, Regal Avenir, and Lacrosse Avenir have a vehicle style for everyone
while providing the latest features, unbeatable comfort, and smooth, powerful
The GMC lineup was also presented at the Detroit Auto Show,
though it’s rumored that GMC plans the debut the 2020 GMC Sierra HD Denali at
the Chicago Auto Show in February.
GMC teased the all-new Sierra HD with a video released
during the NAIAS, showing styling similar to the Sierra 1500, with the same
platform and powertrains as the 2020 Silverado 1500. Sporting the exclusive
MultiPro tailgate, the upcoming Sierra Denali HD promises state-of-the-art tech
Here at George Gee Buick GMC, we can’t wait to learn more
about the upcoming lineup of Buick and GMC vehicles.
Without realizing it, many of us know Bing Crosby’s voice exceedingly well. Crosby is one of the most famous holiday singers of all time, and his rendition of “White Christmas” is the best-selling single of all time, boasting over 50 million sales. His single “Silent Night” also makes this elite list, ranking as the third best-selling single ever with 30 million sales. This holiday season, pay homage to this American favorite by visiting the Bing Crosby House in Spokane, Washington.
The Bing Crosby House was built by the singer’s father and
two uncles in 1911. Bing spent his childhood living in the home, and now it
stands as a tribute to his memory with its collections. On the main floor, the
home presents the Bing Crosby Collection, which includes over 200 items of
significance. You can view Bing’s gold records, various trophies and awards,
and even the official Academy Award he received in 1944 for his performance in Going My Way.
A visit to the house with the family is the perfect way to
shed some light on your favorite Christmas songs and teach your children a bit
about America’s top performers of the twentieth century. Admission is free to
the public, and the house is open weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays
from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Here at George Gee Buick GMC, we hope your holiday season is
both merry and bright.
Across its impressive lineup of luxury models, Buick offers a host of standard and available safety features that elevate the driver’s experience behind the wheel. Here’s a glimpse at a few of Buick’s best safety features, available on vehicles today at George Gee Buick GMC:
Side Blind Zone Alert
Using advanced radar to detect vehicles approaching your blind zone, Side Blind Zone Alert keeps drivers aware with a visual warning on the side mirror, reducing the number of collisions caused by blind zones.
Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning
It’s easy to start drifting while you’re behind the wheel, especially in the midst of an extended trip on the freeway. Lane Departure Warning from Buick alerts drivers when they start to leave their lane if their turn signal has not been activated. It even helps to smoothly guide your vehicle back into its proper lane position.
OnStar has earned the trust of millions of driver across the United States. OnStar offers numerous emergency services, including Automatic Crash Response and Roadside Assistance, so you can embark on the open road with increased confidence for yourself and all your precious cargo.
Front Pedestrian Braking
Front Pedestrian Braking helps to protect yourself and others. The system alerts you to pedestrians ahead and, if an unavoidable collision is detected and the brakes have not already been initiated, will automatically trigger the brakes and send out both a visual and audible alert.
To explore each of these impressive technologies, be sure to visit George Gee Buick GMC.