For 2020, GMC is adding a host of new features to its vehicles. The GMC lineup will boast upgraded safety systems as well as new designs and engines.
The GMC Terrain is getting standard GMC Pro Safety features on all trims, including features like Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Keep Assistance with Lane Departure Warning, and Forward Collision Alert. The 2020 GMC Acadia is also getting new standard safety equipment like Lane Change Alert and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.
New Off-Road Capability
The AT4 sub-brand under the GMC name provides
drivers with options for high-quality vehicles with off-road prowess. At first
only the Sierra HD trucks and the Sierra 1500 were available with AT4 models,
but the Acadia AT4 was just added as an option. A 2021 Canyon AT4 was also
recently announced, too.
Cutting-Edge Pickup Trucks
The Sierra 1500 is adding the option of a
Duramax® turbo-diesel engine, while drivers can also opt for the available
ProGrade Trailering System. The all-new Sierra HD trucks also come with more
trailering technology than ever before, the exclusive MultiPro tailgate, and a best-in-class
maximum gooseneck trailering rating of 35,500 pounds.* That’s 52-percent more
trailering power than the previous model year delivered.
For more information about future GMC models, contact us at Ken Nelson Chevrolet. Or stop by to test-drive one of the current GMC models in our inventory.
*Requires 3500 Regular Cab DRW 2WD equipped
with available 6.6L Duramax Diesel and gooseneck hitch.
No one expects to be in an auto collision, but sometimes you
find yourself in this unfortunate situation. That’s why you should be prepared
for what to do after a car accident.
According to Progressive, safety is a priority. That means you should move your vehicle out of traffic to a safe place (if the accident was minor). Use cones, triangles, and flares for added visibility to passing cars. And make sure to check for injuries on you and your passengers, as well as passengers in the other vehicle.
Next, call the police — even if it’s a minor accident. While
some drivers may want to haggle about paying for repairs, you’ll need a police
report in order to file an insurance claim. If you don’t call the police, sometimes
there’s no record that an accident occurred or, in some cases, that it wasn’t
After contacting the police, you’ll need to collect
information. Get the other driver’s name, license plate number, driver’s license
number, and insurance policy number. It’s also a smart idea to document the
scene with pictures. Use your smartphone to take photos of the car accident.
Additionally, collect the phone numbers of any potential witnesses in case you
or the insurance company need to contact them later.
Lastly, never admit fault at the accident scene — even if you think it was yours. The police will make a report to determine whose fault the collision was, at which point, the insurance company will take over and start processing the claim.
Contact us at Ken Nelson Chevrolet if your vehicle has been in a recent collision. Our Service Department is here to make the recovery process less stressful for both you and your ride
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