Category: General Motors

We all go through this process. Your current vehicle is nearing its end or life priorities have changed and you need a different vehicle. You can trade in your vehicle when you purchase a new one ...Read More

Believe us – we love a jacked-up truck with chunky, knobby mud tires, a snorkel kit, and smokestack exhausts – but is any of that garb actually useful on a day-to-day basis? Unless you...Read More

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The American muscle car is synonymous with the ideals of rebellion, power, speed and attitude. It’s never truly sought to compete with its European counterparts, the likes of Ferrari, Porsche an...Read More

The Los Angeles Auto Show is one of the bigger auto shows that auto manufacturers take part in and showcase their latest vehicles and concepts. As fuel prices go down, the popularity of trucks and...Read More

Here in North America, we love to mix and match everything we buy. T-bone or sirloin cooked medium-rare or medium? Espresso or Americano? Grilled or crispy chicken burger with medium or large drin...Read More

The United States Army and General Motors have quite a history together. Back in the 90’s, General Motors created the iconic Hummer for the Army to use in the first Iraq War. Now, General Motors...Read More

A turbocharger is a device fitted to a vehicle’s engine that is designed to improve the overall efficiency and increase performance. This is the reason why many auto manufacturers are choosing t...Read More

Although here at Eagle Ridge GM we don’t carry the Cadillac brand, it is still part of the General Motors family and a lot of the components are shared throughout the family model range. The Esc...Read More

The Buick Envision is a completely new model from Buick that fits in the gap between the Encore and the 3-row seating Enclave. Here are the 3 things you need to know about the all-new Buick Envisi...Read More

2016 is turning out to be a good year for General Motors as Buick, Chevrolet, and GMC all score above industry average (and close to the top) on both the J.D. Power Initial Quality study and Depen...Read More