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Time-saving tips, products and advice to get your ride clean and shiny in a jiff.
Spring is in the air, and car-care season is upon us. With the winter gone away for another year, the time is right to treat your ride to some much-needed TLC, leaving its cabin clean and detailed, and its paint shiny, lustrous and protected.
Cleaning and caring for the look of your ride, inside and out, is easy and trouble-free, and more so if youíve got the right products and equipment for the job. Best of all, taking care of your rideís appearance is a great way to ensure it looks good for the long haul and can improve resale value, too.
Below, weíll look at seven items that will make your springtime car care ritual even easier, as well as some tips and hacks thatíll save you time and money, basically making you a genius.
Yes, thatís a Buick Ė but the 2018 Enclave isnít just a Buick, itís an Avenir Buick.
Debuting on the redesigned and ever popular (and profitable) Enclave, Buickís new Avenir sub-brand aims to bridge the gap between premium and luxury with a new batch of tech things, extensive standard kit and a smattering of bling.
Buickís intention is immediately illuminated by the brandís first ever Evonik Acrylite LED lighting system both back and front; the brand says 'the technologyís compound curvature application creates a smooth, uniform and recognizable appearance that will make the Enclave stand out on the road.' The 50 LEDs arranged into each headlight riff on those belonging to the cruelly beautiful Avista concept, the Enclave a seven-seat reminder of what the brand canít have.
Of all the new crossovers to hit the market in the last year, none has undergone more drastic changes than the 2017 GMC Acadia.
Like its fraternal twins, the Buick Enclave and Chevrolet Traverse, the Acadia was always a bit of a bloated and awkward entry in the market, offering a similar amount of space to the GMC Yukon without the sheer utility. However, all that changes for 2017, with the Acadia downsized significantly to slot neatly into the midsize segment.
Outside of its name, this new Acadia proffers very little that ties it to its predecessor. More than seven inches (178 millimeters) was chopped from its overall length and wheelbase, while almost four inches (102 mm) was removed from its width and height. The result is a right-sized offering that now registers as one of the smaller entries in the segment. Measuring 193.6 (4,917 mm) from tip to tail, the Acadia certainly isnít small but itís noticeably smaller than competitors like the Ford Explorer. The biggest return on the Acadiaís downsizing investment is at the scales, with roughly 700 lb (318 kg) cut from its curb weight.
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