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Ferman Buick GMC of Tampa on the 3 Awards GMC Received at the New York Auto Show

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GMC as well as the manufacturer's Acadia SUV and 2015 Canyon truck were recognized by several publications at the recent auto show in New York.

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TAMPA, FL, August 19, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- During the 2014 New York International Auto Show, Kelley Blue Book, AutoTrader.com and Edmunds.com recognized GMC. Each reviewer appreciated an aspect of the GMC brand from the manufacturer's image to two of its models: the all-new 2015 GMC Canyon and the GMC Acadia. (1)

Ferman Buick GMC of Tampa is pleased to share the news that KBB.com awarded GMC with the 2014 Kelley Blue Book Brand Image Award for the Most Refined Brand. The acknowledgment comes as a result of the automaker having been rated "very highly for comfort, interior layout, and prestige/sophistication," mentions Arthur Henry, senior analyst for Kelley Blue Book. The award is based on KBB's annual new-car buyer perception data. (1)

AutoTrader.com has recognized the manufacturer's all-new 2015 GMC Canyon, the small pickup truck that will redefine the segment, as a 2014 Must Test Drive. The vehicle's unique styling in addition to several premium features will set the 2015 Canyon apart from its competitors. (2)

The new midsize truck is expected to deliver the best horsepower and payload, along with the maximum trailering rating in the segment. Buyers can also anticipate three body configurations, the option of two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, and available features such as OnStar 4G LTE connectivity with a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot and lane departure warning. (3)

Finally, the GMC Acadia was awarded the 2014 Most Popular distinction (in terms of large crossover SUVs) by Edmunds.com, which deemed it a "vehicular jack-of-all-trades." (1) The Acadia will offer consumers a family friendly cabin that seats up to eight passengers. A big V-6 engine can be found under the hood and all-wheel drive is also available. (4)

GMC offers a range of vehicles in its lineup with more fuel-efficient trucks to consider as the brand evolves. For more information concerning GMC vehicles, contact local Buick GMC dealers in Tampa or visit http://www.fermanbuickgmc.com. (1)

(1) "GMC Receives Three Key Awards at New York Auto Show." Media.gmc.com. GMC News.

(2) "2015 GMC Canyon Pickup revealed in Detroit." Kbb.com. Kelley Blue Book.

(3) "All-New 2015 GMC Canyon Elevates Midsize Truck Segment." Media.gmc.com. GMC News.

(4) "2014 GMC Acadia." Thecarconnection.com. The Car Connection.

About Ferman Buick GMC:

Ferman Automotive has been serving the needs of the Tampa area since 1895. At Ferman Buick GMC, we treat you as our most valuable asset and are committed to your satisfaction.

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