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GMC Acadia Denali at Bill Kay Buick GMC

GMC Acadia Denali at Bill Kay Buick GMC

Are you looking for the perfect crossover for your family? Then look no further than the brand new 2017 GMC Acadia Denali. With accommodating space, a beautiful exterior, high-tech safety features, and loaded with technology, the Acadia is the best choice for a family car.

If you’re ready to check out the new 2017 GMC Acadia Denali, stop in Bill Kay Buick GMC.

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2017 GMC Acadia Interior

Sit in luxury with the new 2017 GMC Acadia Denali. With fit and finish of leather interior surfaces and enough space for seven or eight passengers, the 2017 Acadia crossover is ready to take you anywhere you need to go.

Interior features include:

  • Heated leather-wrapped steering wheel with mahogany wood-grain trim
  • Tri-zone climate control
  • Heated-and-cooled front driver’s and passenger seat
  • Premium Bose® audio system
  • Unique seat trims and French stitching in all three rows
  • Real aluminum trim

If you’re ready for a luxurious, spacious ride, the 2017 Acadia is your choice.

2017 GMC Acadia Denali Exterior

The 2017 Acadia’s design is bound to turn heads wherever you go. The Acadia Denali has bold lines, chrome accents, and a classic grille, the 2017 Denali is as stylish as it as functional.

The 2017 Denali’s exterior has:

  • Signature LED lighting with halogen fog lamps
  • Standard 20” aluminum wheels
  • Dual SkyScrape sunroof
  • Seamless glass-to-glass rear-quarter panel

2017 GMC Acadia Technology

However, where the 2017 Acadia sets itself apart is with its interior technology. The Acadia pairs a sophisticated high-definition dashboard display with responsive touch screen features to take its technological features to the next level.

The 2017 Acadia’s standard and available features include:

  • Rear vision camera to easily back out of parking spots
  • Intellilink technology
  • Customizable dash display
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • Smartphone integration for hands-free calling
  • Navigation system

With these technological features paired with the interior comfort, driving the 2017 Acadia will redefine your standards of luxury.

 

Contact Bill Kay Buick GMC for more information on the exceptional GMC Acadia Denali. Your Denali Destination in Downers Grove Illinois.

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The History of Buick

The History of Buick

Buick Motor Division was created in 1903.  The founder David Dunbar Buick started his career by building gasoline engines  The first automobile of Buick was first created between 1899 and 1900 but the tradition of Buick dates back to 1903 when the company had moved from Detroit to Flint Michigan

Buick has been known for being a product innovator when they were the first to create the overhead valve engine which became competition for the world automotive market

In 1940, Chris Sinsabaugh, who as a newspaperman had covered the automobile industry from its inception, reflected that “Buick was the first real success of the automobile industry and did more to promote the industry’s well-being in terms of public education, engineering advancement, and manufacturing progress than perhaps any other company” From Buick History.com

In the summer of 1904, the company built the first Flint Buick. David Buick’s son took it on a test run to Detroit and back to Flint in July. The test was a success that Whiting’s group ordered production to start. Buick began production with the Model B that summer and built 37 cars by the end of 1904. When the company ran into financial problems that fall, and the  Whiting turned to one of Flint’s other carriage builders for help which was the Durant-Dort Carriage Company.  They were the largest producers of horse-drawn vehicles in the country at the time

Billy Durant went to the New York Auto Show in 1905. He was a seasoned sales person.  By the end of the show, he took orders for 1000 Buicks to be made when in the past the company only built 40

In the year of 1908, the production for Buick grew to more than 8,000 units.  On the success of growth, Durant created the holding company now known as General Motors

Buick continued to make strides in the 20th century, both within the luxury vehicle segment and the auto industry as a whole. The Century came in the early 1920s and led to two decades of large, powerful Buicks that included the popular Roadmaster and the Special.

Buick celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1953 by releasing the Roadmaster Skylark Convertible, and the Buick V8 engine was introduced later that same year. The following two decades saw Buick shift to a more performance car format, which included plenty of hot rods and convertibles with sharp, sleek design cues.

Since that time, Buick has devoted its time to developing roomy, comfortable and luxurious sedans and SUVs. Over the past three decades, cars like the Park Avenue and the Roadmaster defined the large luxury sedan market, while the Rainer and the Terraza SUVs brought power and space. Today, Buick’s five-vehicle line – the Regal, LaCrosse and Verano sedans and the Encore and Enclave SUVs – offer a wide range of luxury options, each providing its own unique specs and interior features.

Over the years, Buick has become known for many defining style characteristics and innovations. Some of these include:

  • The Buick Trishield – Buick’s logo was first created to reflect Buick founder David Dunbar Buick’s familial coat of arms.
  • VentiPorts – Holes or vents began to show up on the front left and right sides of Buick cars in the 40s and 50s that were meant to resemble airplane features. The VentiPorts are still a feature of Buicks today, including the Enclave, LaCrosse and Regal.
  • Waterfall Grille – One of the most recognizable design features for Buicks today is the Waterfall grille consisting of many small vertical chrome bars.

Visit Bill Kay Buick GMC to experience this full line of luxury for yourself.  Our professional staff is waiting to assist you.