Viscosity? Friction? What Does It All Mean?

Motor oil is a unique substance that must strike a fine balance between providing protection for working parts and possessing the ability to flow easily throughout the engine. A product that is capable of furnishing complete protection from friction would also be too solid to flow between engine components.

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Performance that Takes You Places with the New Buick Enclave

Hoping to elevate your daily commutes in a new SUV that brings confidence and flair to the roads? Consider the new Buick Enclave. This vehicle features a standard 3.6-liter V6 engine, and is the sole engine choice, for an easy shopping experience and the promise of serious performance. You'll enjoy up to 310-horsepower output, as well as front-wheel or four-wheel drive paired with a nine-speed transmission.

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The 2022 GMC Terrain Brings Refreshed Features You'll Love

A longtime favorite of the brand, the GMC Terrain brings refreshed styling perks, technology integration, and powertrain updates that drivers will appreciate. With a roomy cabin, seating for five, and an all-wheel drive system, this SUV is the right choice for many different families. 2022 brings a revised front bumper and fascia. You'll enjoy a dominant grille that's sleeker than previous model iterations, flanked by a set of LED headlamps. In the rear, a set of LED taillamps takes the cake for functionality.

 

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Vehicle Safety Ratings Demystified

You've seen the NHTSA's starred ratings featured prominently in car and truck commercials for years. What exactly do those stars mean? Our HALL BUICK GMC team gets this question all of the time. Here's the quick rundown.

More Stars, Safer Vehicle

The NHTSA uses a five-star safety rating to express how well or poorly vehicles perform on a set of crash tests. The more stars, the safer the vehicle. The crash tests are all frontal and side, denoting the most common accidents that happen on the road. 

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The GMC Acadia Has Plenty of Space

At HALL BUICK GMC, we field a lot of questions from local customers about the GMC Acadia. Many people find the GMC Acadia to be attractive because of its size and want to know more about its interior features.

First, it's important to note that it has three rows of seats, so it can fit up to seven total passengers. There's a generous amount of leg room in the front and second rows and having the two extra seats in the third row is a huge bonus. Total cargo capacity is 79 cubic feet when all of those…

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