• 2017 Buick Encore Debut Coming Soon

    The next-generation Mokka X crossover has been unveiled before its world premiere in Geneva. This lead us to believe that it may represent the new look of the best-selling Buick Encore.

    Buick spokesman Stuart Fowle confirmed that the 2017 Buick Encore will be appearing at the New York Auto Show, which is only weeks after the Mokka makes its official debut.

    Fowle stated that there are no additional details to be announced at this time, but that the Encore will be joining the Cascada convertible, Envision crossover, and LaCrosse sedan as vehicles being released this year.

    2017 Buick Envision
    2017 Buick Envision

    Both media and customers alike are anxiously waiting to see the new Buick Encore. It is believed to have borrowed style from the Mokka X, but there may also be similarities between the Encore and the 2017 LaCrosse sedan.

    The engine is likely to retain the 138-horsepower Ecotec 1.4-liter turbo-four, as that is what the vehicle has continually used since it first debuted.

    Although the specific style and power is still unknown, we at College Chevrolet Buick know that it will be a great vehicle and are excited for the Buick Encore debut.

  • GM Introduces Chevy Colorado Z71 Trail Boss Edition

    GM has announced the Chevy Colorado Z71 Trail Boss edition, an off-roading machine capable of tackling the toughest trails. The Trail Boss edition puts the Z71’s off-road suspension package to good use and adds an array of additional performance and appearance features, making the Trail Boss capable in the country and sophisticated in the city.

    The Trail Boss edition is available in just about any Z71 configuration, including extended or crew cab, long and short cargo beds, and in two- or four-wheel-drive.

    “The Chevrolet Colorado Z71 Trail Boss Edition is equally at home blazing an urban trail or following one to a favorite remote campground,” Tony Johnson, the Colorado’s marketing manager, said in a news release. “It gives owners the gear-carrying ability and versatility they need to venture off-road, with segment-leading efficiency and capability.”

    The Z71 Trail Boss edition comes with aggressive all-terrain tires, 17-inch dark argent metallic painted cast-aluminum wheels, black fender flares, GearOn™ cargo tie-down rings, black Chevy bowtie logos, and a load bar with cargo divider.

    Additional features include a G80 automatic locking rear differential, front recovery hooks, spray-on bedliner, front fog lamps, three-inch round rocker steps, transfer case shield (for 4WD), projector beam headlights, and all-weather floor mats.

    Sop by College Chevrolet Buick today to learn more about the Colorado Z71 Trail Boss Edition.

  • New for 2014: Chevrolet Camaro Convertible

    GM isn’t going to wait until the American Auto Show in Los Angeles to make its newest reveal. The 2014 Chevrolet Camaro lineup will include a convertible option, which will be another reason why consumers can’t seem to get enough of this American Muscle car. Chevy is planning on making the new convertible’s reveal at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The 2014 Chevrolet Camaro model will include a slightly different look than previous versions.

    Like the 2014 coupe, the convertible will have a thinner grill and headlights. It will also include a bigger air dam and hood vents. The back of the car is getting some minor changes as well. The tail lights will be reshaped and the deck will be more sculpted. The exterior isn’t the only thing getting minor updates, the interior will include the latest version of the MyLink System. The new MyLink entertainment and information system includes a 7-inch touchscreen in-dash display and also a display on the windshield.

    Are you ready for the new 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible to make its debut?