Founded in 1908, the General Motors Corporation is an American automaker that is generally known for producing sports utility vehicles and trucks. Although their main headquarters are located in Detroit, Michigan, the company manufactures vehicles in over 30 countries, making it one of the largest automakers in the world.
2015 GMC Canyon
A not-quite fullsize pickup truck, the GMC Canyon is a rough and ready hauler or off-roader. An available direct-injected 305-horsepower V6 makes the Canyon a decent performer as well.
GMC Acadia Denali This luxurious crossover offers comfortable three-row seating and plenty of cargo space, making it perfect for carpool lanes and camping trips alike. The Denali trim level adds stylish touches like chrome highlights, mahogany wood accents and a distinctive honeycomb grille.
Though the GMC Terrain's exterior may imitate the appearance of a bulked-up, muscular Hummer, its enhanced fuel economy and utility-friendly amenities make it a more efficient and slimmed-down SUV.
GMC Yukon Denali Hybrid With the new Yukon Denali Hybrid, the GMC brand—best known for its fuel-thirsty fleet of trucks and SUVs—puts on its best eco-friendly face to deliver a full-size sport ute that provides excellent towing and cargo capacity while still remaining (sort of) fuel-efficient.
GMC Yukon 4WD Weighing well over two tons, the Yukon 4WD is a heavy-duty vehicle. This spacious all-wheel drive SUV seats up to nine people and packs 320 hp with its 5.3-liter Vortec V8 engine.
GMC's roomy SUV has the feel of
a luxury vehicle, with options
ranging from touch-screen navigation
to a deluxe surround-sound DVD