The Buick financing process may seem confusing to some drivers, but it's easier than you may think. One challenge is choosing between leasing a vehicle or buying it outright with financing. Both options have merit in certain situations, but it can be difficult to determine which is best for you. To help you figure this out, here are some pointers: Leasing Your first option is to lease a Buick or GMC vehicle. Leasing is a great way for drivers to drive the car they want without breaking the bank, as vehicles that may otherwise be out of the price range are much more affordable when leased. Plus, after your lease term is over, you get to trade your vehicle in for the brand-new model of your choice. By leasing you're allowed to drive the vehicle, but not customize it or make it trul...
Drivers have long come to expect a certain level of luxury with each Buick vehicle, a level that is surpassed with each passing model year. Not only can the 2022 Buick Envision keep all seated within the cabin comfortable and entertained for the duration of the journey, but it has the chops to ensure all are kept safe for the entire way. Let's look at some of the safety and technology features this year's model has to offer.
Safety For All The road can be an uncertain place, but with the help of the standard and available intelligent safety features in the 2022 Buick Envision you can drive with the confidence that you and any passengers are protected. Standard across all trim levels are features like Forward Collision Alert and Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Keeping Assist wi...
Three Ways Regular Buick Service Can Help You Save On Gas
Your vehicle may seem like a gift that keeps on giving, but that well of smooth rides will eventually dry up on you if you don't return the favor. When you take the time to care for your vehicle, it can repay you handsomely. Did you know that regular Buick service can not only save you on future vehicle repairs, but it can also help you save on gas as well? Here are a few ways routine Buick service can save you gas money.
Tire Service Not only can tire service save you from premature tire wear, but it can also improve your vehicle's MPG on the road. Regular tire inspections and rotations are recommended to ensure your tires are at the proper pressure. Over or underinflated tires demand a lot more work from your vehicle's engine, meaning more gas is consumed to compensate.
Choosing an SUV can feel like a big task to tackle, especially in a market where automakers seem to be adding more and more options to crossover segments every single year. Here at Nick Abraham Buick GMC, one of our most beloved and best-selling crossovers is the Buick Encore, but we’re aware that it lives in a segment with plenty of stiff competition. One such vehicle is the Chevy Equinox, another excellent crossover. Which is the best of the two? As your friendly neighborhood Buick dealership, we have our thoughts, but we thought we’d spell out why in a few key categories.
Why Customers Choose the Buick Encore
There are a few reasons why we’d recommend the Buick Encore over the Chevy Equinox, including:
1. Exterior Styling – The Buick Encore features a more athletic stance and...
Buick models are known for their great ride quality and comfortable interiors. They are also designed to help keep you and your passengers safe. The Buick Enclave, for example, has many standard and available safety features, such as:
A Rearview Camera
Do you get nervous having to go in reverse? If you live in a neighborhood with a lot of kids or people riding bikes, you have to be extremely careful when backing up. Thanks to the rearview camera in the Buick Enclave, you will always have a very clear picture of everything behind you so you can drive more confidently.
Rear Parking Sensors
Parking is something else that can cause a lot of consternation, especially when backing into a spot or parallel parking. With the rear parking sensors on your car, you will know if you’re getting to...
Has your choice of mid-size SUV come down to the GMC Acadia or Honda Pilot? Well, you’re in luck, because we’re comparing these two models in three categories:
One of the very nice things about the GMC Acadia is that in addition to performing beautifully on pavement, it also has very nice off-roading ability. If you go with the AT4 trim, you will get a 3.6-liter V6 engine that pumps out 310 horsepower. In addition, it comes with an off-road-tuned all-wheel drive system, as well as hill descent control. The Honda Pilot has no off-roading capabilities.
No matter where you go, the GMC Acadia will keep you connected and entertained throughout the journey. Every model comes with a very user-friendly infotainment system with an eight-inch touchscreen, as well as USB p...
Now that we can finally get back to going to games in and around Lexington, you know what that means: we can tailgate again! If you’re itching to set up shop before a pro, college, or maybe a high school game, you need the right vehicle, and we’ve got a couple of new cars for sale that could be perfect:
2021 GMC Canyon
Depending on which cab you go with, you can get either a five-foot-two-inch and six-foot-two-inch bed, either of which offers a lot of room for your tailgating supplies and equipment. There are two corner steps on the rear bumper, which makes it easy to climb in and out. You can also get a remote-locking EZ-Lift and Lower tailgate, which enables to the tailgate to be opened and closed with only one hand. You’ll always be able to know what’s going on elsewhere thanks ...
You can’t be a carpool driver without an adequate car. If what you’re driving now just won’t cut it anymore, consider one of these new GMC cars at Nick Abraham Buick GMC.
Who do you need to drive to work or school? If it’s a large group of people, the GMC Yukon is the right call.
If you go with two front bench seats, you’ll be able to fit up to nine people, and all three rows offer great leg- and headroom. If your daily travels involve transporting cargo, you’ll love the massive amount of space the GMC Yukon has: 25.5 cubic feet behind the third row, 72.6 cubic feet when they’re folded, and 122.9 cubic feet with both back rows down.
While not as big as GMC Yukon, the GMC Terrain can still fit up to sev...
Our new GMC cars here at Nick Abraham Buick GMC are great, but we can’t wait to see what the 2022 model year has in store. These are the 2022 models we are particularly excited about.
2022 GMC Terrain
The GMC Terrain has been revamped for 2022, and the headlights, taillights, and grille all have updated stylings. The interior will also have a variety of updated fabrics and trims to pick from.
Another new feature is wireless connectivity to Android Auto™, Apple CarPlay®, and Amazon Alexa®. What hasn’t changed is all of the standard safety features, which include lane keep assist, front and rear parking sensors, and automatic emergency braking.
2022 GMC Acadia
For 2022, the GMC Acadia will no longer offer the SL trim, as the SLE trim ...
Car ownership can be a little confusing, especially when it comes to maintenance. If it's been a while since you had your car’s oil changed, for example, you may be wondering if you should schedule an oil change near you.
Today, we're answering some common questions about how often you should schedule oil changes for your Buick or GMC.
Is 3,000 Miles Still Applicable?
For years – and probably even decades – 3,000 miles was the golden number when it came to oil changes. However, as cars became more advanced, that number began to change.
While you can certainly get your oil changed every 3,000 miles, you probably don’t need to. Thanks in large part to advancements in oil, it can now stay cleaner for longer. Every 5,000 miles is probably more accur...
Trade Up with a Trade-In at Nick Abraham Buick GMC
Buying a new car? Looking for something that will be a vast improvement over your current vehicle? We’ve got two words for you: trade-in.
You – like many other car buyers before you – may not think trading in a car is worth it, but it’s a smart move for several reasons. Visit Nick Abraham Buick GMC today to learn what trading in your old vehicle can do for you.
Many drivers are hesitant to trade in their vehicles because they don't think their cars are worth much. Pretty much any older car has at least a little bit of value. While yours may have seen better days, check out our Value Your Trade tool to discover what it's really worth. You may be pleasantly surprised by the results you get.
Plus, whatever that number is, you can subtract if from the price of a...
Misinformation is rampant these days, especially when it comes to car-buying. Ever since pre-owned cars were first sold, buyers have developed myths about their reliability that simply aren't true.
Today, we're taking a look at three of the most common myths about pre-owned Buick and GMC vehicles and why they shouldn't be believed.
Myth #1: Pre-Owned Cars are Less Reliable
Many people balk at buying a pre-owned model because they think it won’t be reliable. These days, cars are built to last. As long as a vehicle is given the maintenance it needs, there’s no reason why it won’t be able to last for a very long time. Most cars can easily go past 100,000 miles, and many can make it up to 200,000 miles and beyond.