GMC's Denali line, mixing chromed-up exteriors with French-stitched leather seats, has effectively become a second North American luxury brand for General Motors. The Avenir line, which arrives in Canada later this year, looks to do something similar for Buick.
With sedan sales in a tailspin, General Motors is taking the Buick Regal in a slightly different direction with its latest redesign, but only one of the new models is destined for Canada.
GM Canada delivered 28,523 vehicles, the best total November sales number for GM since 2006.
Canada's auto industry might be tightly connected to the much larger industry south of the border, but that doesn't mean it's joined at the hip. It's not unusual for automakers to sell models in Canada that aren't sold in the United States.
For the second time this year, a Port Alberni, B.C., dealership has been cited for unfair labour practices for how it dealt with the IAMAW.
A former Pontiac-Buick-GMC dealership that lost its case against General Motors of Canada doesn't have to post security to continue its appeal in a class action suit, an Ontario judge has ruled.
Buick is creating a subbrand called Avenir to take advantage of consumers' growing appetite for high-end touches. Avenir will be Buick's equivalent of Denali at the GMC brand. It will include larger wheels, a unique grille and premium trim features, among other upgrades.