For the third year in a row, AutoPacific has named GMC the Ideal Popular Brand, and three GMC vehicles led their segments. The Sierra led the Light Duty Pickup segment, while the Yukon won the Large SUV category and the Acadia was first in the Large Crossover class. GMC was one of only two automakers who took three categories. This was the Sierra’s second year winning the Light Duty Pickup category. The AutoPacific Ideal Vehicle Awards are determined by surveys from more than 65,000 vehicle owners who were surveyed after owning their vehicles for 90 days. Customers were asked what they would change about their vehicles, in terms of ride quality, features and technology, performance, interior space, and several other categories. George Peterson, the president of AutoPacific, says the surveys are a chance to see which vehicles are “hitting the mark with owners” as well as helping identify overarching issues and make improvements. The vice president of GMC Duncan Aldred echoed this in saying, “The results demonstrate we are succeeding in our mission to provide our customers with a premium ownership experience.” The Denali lineup, Aldred said, is a major factor in this, as nearly 25% of GMC owners have a Denali. See what makes the brand so amazing at Ewing Buick GMC near Dallas, TX today!
Thanksgiving isn’t just a day to hang out with family and eat good food—it’s also the beginning of a long holiday weekend and there are tons of special things to do that make it the perfect weekend for family trips and bonding. If you’re in the northeast Texas area, you might want to check out some of these things to do in Dallas and Fort Worth over Thanksgiving weekend.
Thanksgiving in Dallas and Fort Worth is unlike any other time of year. You won’t want to miss the Cowboys game on Thanksgiving Day—it’s a tradition! This year the Cowboys are playing the Oakland Raiders.
There’s also the annual Turkey Trot held by the Dallas YMCA. It takes place the morning of Thanksgiving Day and features pony rides, games, and music for family and friends, while participants in the race walk or run 8 miles from City Hall.
You also won’t want to miss the Fort Worth Parade of Lights, which takes place the evening of November 29th. Finish up your weekend with visits to Klyde Warren Park, which is right in the middle of Dallas and has tons of games and activities, and the recently redesigned GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower.
Make your Thanksgiving weekend count, and give thanks for the unique festivals and activities the DFW area offers! Let all of us at Ewing Buick GMC know if you like these Dallas, TX Thanksgiving events.