AutoComplete: GMC adds serious off-road chops to Sierra 2500HD
Today is Monday, October 10th and here's what's making news on Road Show.
What fun is an off road truck if it doesn't look properly beasty?
That's the idea behind GMC's 2017 Sierra 2500HD All Terrain X. In addition to the long name and off road suspension, this new trim level adds a bunch of blacked out aesthetic enhancements, including a bed mounted sport bar.
Just be careful with all those flashy bits once you hit the rocky roads though.
J D Power finally has a study devoted to in car tech.
The study polled about 18,000 on their first 90 days of car ownership.
Placing the focus on entertainment, collision avoidance, and smartphone bearing systems.
BMW and Hyundai walked away from the tech experience index study with two segment awards each.
While other winner include Nissan, Chevrolet, and Kia.
Just three months ago Tesla launched the 200 mile X 60D for $74000 but now Tesla has removed that model from it's line up.
The affordable model access now the longer range 75D which cost about $10000.
Sure most Tesla owners can probably afford the difference but it's still unfortunate change for buyers willing to sacrifice range For a much more approachable price point.
Find these stories and more over at theroadshow.com, and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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