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2015 GMC Yukon for sale at Cavender Buick GMC West

Dealership expands service area to Austin, TX

SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Things at Cavender Buick GMC West are starting to pick up. Not only are new members of the new 2015 model-year showing up in the showroom at a greater pace, but the dealership is announcing a new city for coverage. After spending the last several years focusing on San Antonio, the Cavender Auto Group member is going to be a new Buick GMC dealer in Austin, TX. While, there will not be a new Cavender Buick GMC store built in Austin, TX, residents from that city are more than welcome to come to the current location if they need a new Buick or GMC vehicle as well as service on their current car, truck or SUV.

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One of the 2015 models that has already arrived to Cavender Buick GMC West is the 2015 GMC Yukon in Austin, TX. The new 2015 Yukon has been completely redesigned for the new model-year and its exterior changes are just as functional as they are stylish. Almost every exterior element on the new Yukon is meant to make the body-on-frame sport utility vehicle more aerodynamic and thus more fuel-efficient. Even with all of the changes made to the 2015 GMC Yukon, including an increase in horsepower, the 2015 Yukon is the most fuel-efficient vehicle to date.

As far as Cavender Buick GMC West becoming a new Buick GMC dealer in Austin, TX, the residents there are about to learn what makes the Cavender name so popular in San Antonio. Cavender Buick GMC West features one of the most competitive inventories of Buick and GMC vehicles. Additionally, they also have one of the best service departments in the area that is completely staffed with General Motors factory-trained technicians. This means every time a customer brings their vehicle to the dealership, the latest best practices will be used to keep the vehicle running in top shape for as long as possible.

The entire Cavender Buick GMC West inventory can be viewed at www.cavenderbuickgmcwest.com. The dealership's showroom is located at 7400 West, 1604 North, San Antonio, TX 78254. Anyone with questions about the 2015 GMC Yukon or anyother vehicle in the Cavender Buick GMC West lineup, should contact a sales professional by calling 210-819-4444.

Media Contact: Roland Perez, Cavender Buick GMC West, 210-819-4444, [email protected]

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