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New 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Gets Upgraded Powertrain Options, Enhanced Tech

2020 Sierra 1500 | Houston, TX

The GMC Sierra 1500 has long been a benchmark of overall quality and capability in the competitive full-size pickup segment, and the new 2020 Sierra 1500 is set to set the bar even higher. Featuring some new powertrain updates as well as enhances technology and safety features, the 2020 Sierra 1500 takes a good thing …

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Your Guide to Car Seat Laws in Texas

Car Seat Laws in Texas | Houston, TX

Safety requirements for traveling with a child in a car are continually updated, and it’s vital that caregivers are aware of and follow the most up-to-date information about car seat laws in Texas. Below are the “best practice recommendations” from the recently published guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics (November 2018). Although it might …

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Why Service at West Point Buick GMC?

service at West Point Buick GMC

Buying a vehicle is a significant investment, and it’s worth protecting your investment by properly maintaining your vehicle. There’s no better way to do this than having it serviced at a dealership service center, such as the one at West Point Buick GMC. Here are a few reasons why you should service at West Point …

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When Are the Best Times to Fill Up the Tank?

Best Times to Fill Up the Tank

While gasoline prices are not as high as they were a few years ago, getting gas is still a significant expense when it comes to car ownership. If you are looking for ways to save, here are some of the best time to fil up the tank. According to GasBuddy’s nationwide analysis, Mondays are the …

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Buick Cascada Discontinued, So Get While the Getting’s Good

Buick Cascada discontinued

A lot of drivers have a soft spot for droptops because they make springtime and summer driving feel all the more adventurous and freeing. Something about driving with the top down in a convertible just seems so quintessentially American. But as market demand shifts toward more crossovers and SUVs, the convertible becomes less and less …

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