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Decided that your next vehicle will be a GMC? That's great, you have definitely made the right choice. GMC has been known to produce tough and reliable vehicles for the average and not so average person. When it comes to purchasing a GMC, you need the right dealership. Some dealerships will try to force you into a vehicle you can't afford or that doesn't meet your needs with sketchy loans and shady business owners. When you're looking for great Texas GMC dealers, the only one you chose should be Frank Kent Country. Here you will meet friendly and helpful salespeople who only want to get you into a vehicle you can pay for and that fits your needs.
The current GMC line-up is the most varied and capable than it has ever been. All five trucks and SUVs are ready for whatever you can throw at them, whether that be tough trails, an inner-city commute, or carpool duty. Luxury also runs the gamut, from a basic Canyon (starting MSRP of $21,500) to fully loaded Denali trims of the Sierra and Yukon XL going for over $70,000. If you haven’t decided exactly which GMC is right for you, here’s a quick primer to help determine you're next ride:
While the rest of the domestic mid-size truck market is in the middle of a reboot, the Canyon has been going strong and refining its craft since 2014. The cheapest GMC available today, the Canyon can serve in a variety of ways. The fuel conscious will like that it comes standard with a gas-sipping 4-cylinder engine. Those in need of more power can opt for the 2.8-liter Duramax Turbo-diesel – a rarity in this class that helps the Canyon tow up to 7,700 pounds. Add in Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, a 4G LTE wi-fi hotspot, and wireless charging to make the Canyon a thoroughly modern vehicle.
If a pick-up truck is your vehicle of choice, there’s no need to make any stops on your way to the GMC dealership. The Sierra 1500 and 2500 offer the best combination of capability and luxury available today. Although a lot of what these trucks are able to achieve is due to their powerful V8 and turbo-diesel engines, the Sierra trucks also offer technology not found on other vehicles, including:
Combine these innovations with the luxury of a Denali model and you’ve got a truck that competes with flagship sedans from Audi, Mercedes, and BMW.
The newest member of the GMC family, the Terrain comes in near the top-end of the wildly competitive compact SUV class. This vehicle is all about safety, with available lane change alert and blind spot detection, adaptive cruise control and front pedestrian braking. More for at home on the pavement than on the trails, the Terrain offers two 4-cylinder engines that offer a strong combination of power and fuel economy. The Terrain also comes with a turbo-diesel for those who do a lot of highway driving. Inside, all the usual upgrades are available: heated rear seats, heated and ventilated front seats, automatic parking assists, smartphone compatibility, wireless charging, and a seven-speaker Bose© sound system.
The Acadia is an SUV made to conquer the suburbs. The Yukon and Yukon XL may be larger and be able to tow more, but the Acadia should fit the bill for most families. To start, it’s three rows of seating make room for 6 or 7. Parents with older children would be smart to offer for the six-seat version, which offers captain’s chairs in the second row. If movies are your kid’s favorite pastime, check the option box for the front headrest-mounted infotainment system with DVD player. If they’re more into their tablet, go with the universal tablet holder – it even keeps devices charged with a handy USB connection in the headrest. No matter where you go, power won’t be a problem. The standard 193 horsepower 2.5-liter 4-cylinder and optional 310 horsepower 3.6L V6 provide plenty of oomph.
Is there anything more reliable than GM’s full-size SUVs? The Yukon and Yukon XL are corporate siblings of the Chevy Tahoe, Chevy Suburban and Cadillac Escalade. While their style may be boxy old-school, these SUVs are modern in all the right ways. There is no better vehicle to haul eight or nine people and all of their stuff. Power for these behemoths comes from 2 V8s – the base 5.3-liter that produces 355 horsepower and the upgraded 6.2-liter mill capable of producing 420 horsepower. Those looking to combine size and luxury should consider the Yukon XL Denali. Although expensive, this SUV offers refinement and power on the same level as the far more expensive Range Rover.
In addition to our stock of more than 30 new GMCs, we also carry around 170 used models from a variety of brands. If you don’t see anything you like in our new inventory, we have many pre-owned GMCs that could be the right model for you. All of our used vehicles come with a Carfax report that is available 24/7 on the vehicle’s online listing. Although we currently don’t offer certified pre-owned (CPO) GMCs, we do offer (CPO) Cadillacs; these vehicles must pass a 100+ point inspection and be below mileage and age limits to earn the CPO title.
Our service center is open from 7:30 a.m.–6 p.m. on weekdays and has availability on Saturdays as well. Even if you didn’t buy a GMC we are happy and able to work on your vehicle. Our technicians are well trained and experts on GMC so you can rest assured we can help you out with your servicing needs. For those looking to upgrade their GMC, we order and install GM performance parts and accessories. We are dedicated to making your entire GMC experience as pleasant as possible.