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GMC Goes Granite: Big Capacity, Compact Car

August 18, 2010

On the horizon for GMC is an edgy, urban compact called the GMC Granite. Expected in 2013, the Granite offers GMC utility that’s city friendly. It will be the smallest vehicle that GMC has produced. As such, it’s gotten a lot of attention already. What makes for an “urban” vehicle besides the style? As Autoweek notes, the GMC Granite’s front passenger seat tips forward toward the dashboard, which lets drivers easily transport a bike without removing the front wheel. You can’t get much more young-urban-professional than that type of consideration—and its just one of many.

GMG Granite: Compact, urban edge

GMG Granite: Compact, urban edge

But that’s down the line—we’ll know a lot more about the Granite as its debut gets closer. For now, we’ve got a lot to look forward to as GMC vehicles are concerned. Plenty of refreshing will show up over the next couple years, including a next-generation Yukon and natural gas variants of the GMC Sierra and Savana.

Stay in the GMC loop by keeping in touch with Jessup Auto Plaza, either here on our blog, on Facebook, or stopping by our Coachella Valley GMC dealership in person. Join our extended automotive family, which includes customers from Cathedral City, Palm Springs, Palm Desert, La Quinta, Indio, Banning, Beaumont, Hemet, Yucaipa, and many other nearby cities.

We’d love to answer any questions you may have. Please call us at 800-900-KARS or email: jessupautoplaza@gmail.com. View our entire Jessup Auto Plaza inventory.

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