The 2017 GMC Acadia – Perfectly Sized, Perfectly Priced

An unmatched driving experience can only be felt in the 2017 Acadia mid-size SUV. The bold new look complimented by its increasingly versatile space and functionality is only where we begin to describe what this distinctive crossover has to offer.

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All-new advanced driving technology featured in the Acadia includes the Surround Vision Camera. Providing the driver with an overhead view of their vehicle for assistance with parking and avoiding nearby objects when manoeuvering at low speeds.

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If equipped, the IntelliLink infotainment system provides easy access to media and navigation. But to ensure that you’re never out of the loop, stay connected on the go with OnStar 4G LTE and Wi-Fi hotspot available in the 2017 Acadia.

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Our newest mid-size SUV doesn’t only connect you but adapts to your fast paced lifestyle. With available power liftgate and Smart Slide second-row seat for models with third-row seating, the Acadia functions as versatile as it does smart.

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Silverado has what the F-150 doesn’t

Roll-formed high strength steel bed. Cornerstep rear bumper. Automatic locking rear differential. See why Silverado should be your next truck.

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Clarksville, MD 21029
Phone: (877)840-7541
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Three Consecutive Years of Brand-wide Safety Leadership for Buick

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Buick’s all-new 2017 LaCrosse flagship sedan has earned the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) highest five-star Overall Vehicle Score for safety rating1, giving Buick a NHTSA five-star sweep across its entire tested lineup of premium vehicles for the third consecutive year. Buick was one of only two brands in the industry to earn a five-star Overall Vehicle Score for safety ratings on every model with its 2015 product line, and every Buick vehicle tested since has been rated at this highest level.

In 2016, four all-new or significantly enhanced Buick vehicles were launched in the U.S., and each one earned NHTSA’s five-star Overall Vehicle Score for safety ratings — including the Cascada, which is the first convertible for 2017 with a five-star Overall Vehicle Score.

“We know safety is top of mind for buyers when shopping for new vehicles, and the recent ratings by NHTSA showcase our brand’s dedication to providing our customers with safe, reliable transportation,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president of Global Buick Sales, Service and Marketing. “We’ve launched four new vehicles in 2016 and we are extremely proud to continue to offer a lineup of award-winning vehicles that have NHTSA five-star Overall Vehicle Score ratings across the board.”

On sale since August 2016, the 2017 LaCrosse is longer, lower and wider than the previous generation. The car’s safety, handling and efficiency benefit from its advanced structure, thanks to the use of stronger, lighter press-hardened and high-strength steels. LaCrosse is a perfect blend of sophisticated technologies, advanced safety systems and authentic craftsmanship and continues to be Buick’s flagship sedan.

The Buick lineup offers a host of innovative safety features, including the company’s patented Safety Alert Seat, which provides alerts to the driver using haptic seat vibrations. The 2017 Enclave also offers the segment’s only front-center air bag, delivering enhanced protection to front passengers in side collisions. The all-new LaCrosse is the first Buick to offer Front Pedestrian Braking, helping to provide peace of mind for those inside the car and enhanced safety for those outside of the car.

For more information or to experience the Win Kelly Buick Line-up for yourself, stop by the dealership or give us a call!

Win Kelly Chevrolet Buick GMC
12421 Auto Drive
Clarksville, MD 21029
Phone: (877)840-7541
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Introducing the all-new LEGO® Batmobile from Chevrolet

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It’s been a big week for Chevrolet at the Detroit Auto Show.  Bolt EV was named the 2017 North American Car of the Year.  We introduced the all-new 2018 Traverse that will complete the transformation of the broadest and freshest lineup of crossovers and SUVs in the industry. And the show was also the site of our next disruption, with today’s unveiling of the new, life-size LEGO® Batmobile from Chevrolet.

Measuring 17-feet long and featuring exclusive stud shooters, the LEGO Batmobile from Chevrolet is inspired by Batman’s Speedwagon, featured in “The LEGO Batman Movie” hitting theatres on February 10. Chevrolet will serve as the Official Automotive Partner of the LEGO Batman Movie.  This is the perfect movie for Chevrolet to team up with given family, community and imagination are core themes and core values for our brand.

The LEGO Batmobile from Chevrolet will also appear in our “Real People. Not Actors.” campaign debuting this weekend, only this time we’re featuring Real LEGO® Minifigures. Not Actors.

Get the first look at the LEGO Batmobile and this new work from Chevrolet: http://chevynews.net/2017/nextdisruption

LEGO Batmobile from Chevrolet Fast Facts:

  • 344,187 Bricks used to build
  • 83 in. (6.92 ft.) Height
  • 204 in. (17 ft.) Length
  • 111 in. (9.25 ft.) Width
  • 1695.50 lbs. Total weight
  • 17 Colors used
  • 222 Hours to design
  • 1,833 Hours to build

For more fun, visit: http://www.chevrolet.com/all-new-lego-batmobile.html

Opening Soon: Dedicated Pre-Owned Car Building!

We’ve asked our customers what they wanted, and we listened: we are excited to announce that we are opening a new building exclusively for our pre-owned car department!

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If a new vehicle isn’t in your budget or you just want to change things up, you’ll be happy to know that Win Kelly has lots of quality pre-owned choices at your disposal. Buying a used vehicle at a dealership like Win Kelly ensures that the vehicle meets a higher mechanical, detailing, and appearance standards than other third parties. You can also test drive as many vehicles as you want until yo12253713261x400.jpgu find the vehicle that’s perfect for you!
Located next to our main showroom, our new, spacious facility provides plenty of room to browse both indoors and outside for the perfect vehicle for you. We will be revealing more details regarding the official opening in the upcoming weeks. We hope you will stop by and check it out soon!!

 

Want to find out more? Contact us or ask a staff member next time you visit us for sales or service.

Win Kelly Chevrolet Buick GMC
12421 Auto Drive
Clarksville, MD 21029
Phone: (877)840-7541
Email: Contact Us

Win Kelly’s Preferred Customer Program

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Are YOU a Win Kelly Chevrolet Buick GMC Preferred Customer?

The Preferred Customer Program is our way to say “Thank You” for being a loyal member of the Win Kelly family. We value your business, and thank you for your patronage. You can then earn money back to use towards future purchases!

For every qualifying dollar you spend with us (pre-tax), you will be awarded points that you can redeem for service, parts or accessories at Win Kelly. In addition, there are many other business where you can use your Preferred Customer card and accumulate even more points.
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All points are tracked online, so you can easily view your balance, transaction history and more. It only takes a few minutes to register and it is FREE. Earn rewards for simply maintaining your vehicle.
The Preferred Customer Program is open to all retail customers of Win Kelly Chevrolet Buick GMC. Program participants do not need to own or purchase a GM vehicle to participate. The Preferred Customer card is available at NO COST TO YOU!


Customers can receive a card when they purchase a vehicle from Win Kelly or bring their existing vehicle in for service, body repairs or any purchase from our Parts Department. By shopping online at over 400 retail outlets, you will earn bonus points that can be used at Win Kelly for future services and maintenance. You will also receive exclusive discounts at participating retailers.

Contact us to find out more or ask a staff member next time you visit us for sales or service. We look forward to helping you save!

 

Win Kelly Chevrolet Buick GMC
12421 Auto Drive
Clarksville, MD 21029
Phone: (877)840-7541
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Showroom Feature: Buick Encore

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The Buick Encore offers your kind of luxury. The Encore includes standard QuietTuning® technology using Bose active noise cancellation to absorb road noise. Looking for the perfect spot for your stuff when you’re driving? There’s a driver-side storage compartment for your phone, and tons of flexible storage inclu10646814_10153974009743373_1558028075785626510_n.jpgding fold-flat second row seats that helps you accommodate items up to eight feet long.

12809538_10153974010048373_4105015483102206551_n.jpgHave multiple people in the car? Accommodate everyone’s needs with available dual-zone automatic climate control and soft-touch materials throughout. Keep everyone happy with standard technologies like Buick’s voice-activated IntelliLink and OnStar 4G LTE connectivity with a Wi-Fi hotspot including a three-month/3GB data trial!

12814170_10153974009748373_6628065835156419208_n.jpgOther standard features include 10 air bags, StabiliTrak stability enhancement and a 138-horsepower (102 kW) Ecotec 1.4L turbo four-cylinder/six-speed automatic powertrain – rated at 33 mpg on the highway (FWD models). What’s not to love about this small crossover’s unique package of luxury features, efficiency and safety?

Did you know the Encore was named Best Compact Crossover/SUV in Kelley Blue Book’s 2015 5-Year Cost to Own Awards Lease the Buick Encore? Lease from $149 a month for 24 months with just $1,000 down during our Irish Madness Sales Event going on now!
See all of our Encore Inventory here: http://bit.ly/1CO6TLm

7 Gift Ideas for the Car Enthusiast

The holiday season is here! Have you bought all of the gifts for everyone on your list? Or are you looking for a little inspiration, first? We’ve taken the time to compile some gift ideas for the car enthusiast on your list!84808B_1000x1000

  1. Car Care Items: Does your Car Enthusiast already have everything? Than why not get some quality detailing items! From microfiber towels to cleaning kits, there’s plenty of options out there. If you want something a little bigger, try a polisher, drill accessories, vacuums or machine cleaners.
  2. GPS: They have come a long way in the past few years when it comes to GPS systems, and they are always handy for travel. With Garmin’s popular latest generation software you’ll never have to ask for directions again
  3. Race Car Driving Experience Suit up, strap in, and enjoy the ride! Why don’t you give the car enthusiast on your list the racecar experience without having to buy the racecar? Some examples include the Driving a Stock Car, 3 Day Formula Racing School, Motorcycle School, and NASCAR Ride Along.richmond-race-car-driving-take-the-wheel-of-real-nascar.jpg
  4. Car Books: There’s some great books available at bookstores and online. Whether you are interested in picking up a specific guide, jargon-filled tuner handbooks, or just beautiful, glossy photos of the hottest vehicles. There’s plenty of options out there for you!
  5. Race Ticket: Catch your latest race with your favorite gearhead! There’s numerous raceways to pick from, and you can always make a trip out of it!
  6. Video Games: You don’t have to head to the garage to please a car enthusiast: find them the best in video games at your local store. Click here for a list of the best car racing games for 2015 and 2016.maxresdefault.jpg
  7. Chevrolet Corvette: Is the sky the limit when it comes to your budget? Than why not skip the accessories and go straight for the real thing. Few joys in life are as great as owning a Chevrolet Corvette. Get your car enthusiast this performance vehicle, and they’ll love you forever.0805bbb848a410058f9b10145edef087.jpg

If you’re in Maryland, every Wednesday at 6:30 we host a Technology Bar with product experts to answer questions on Corvette features and how to use them to get the most out of your new purchase!

If you have any questions email us at, customercarecenter@winkelly.com, to let our Customer care center know you are coming by and we will be here to help you. If you have technical questions, let us know and we will arrange to have one of our Chevrolet Certified Service technicians available also.

Need further assistance finding the right gift? Contact us directly and we’ll be happy to help you!

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Phone: (877)840-7541
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2010-2015 Chevrolet Camaro: Back to the Future

The Camaro has always been one of those cars I’ve liked, but could never see myself owning. I could say that about the Challenger and Mustang also. Blame it on the BMW snob in me. Something about a big powerful engines and live rear axles was counter to the small intractably engineered Japanese and European cars I admired in my formative years.

Those dinky little cars with front wheel drive and a tiny appetites for gas was all I could relate to with my meager budget. When I got more money the engines became more advanced and powerful, yet remained small while cars like the Camaro got bigger like the typical American’s waistline.

At some point Chevy and Ford begun to see diminishing returns on their gradual move to larger engines. Smaller more advanced power plants were approaching and in some cases surpassing old guard V8s, threating the supremacy of the red blooded (American) muscle car. It was happening in Australia also where big V8 powered Holdens and Fords were giving way to the new world order of unibody front wheel drive dominance.

Pony cars like the Camaro and Mustang were supposed to be a dying breed, yet they remained strong sellers with their time tested drive wheels in back and big engine up front. When the fourth generation Camaro disappeared in 2002, it had already overstayed its welcome, yet had a loyal following down to the end.

It would be nearly a decade of watching Ford’s Mustang rack up sales before Chevy would bring back it’s pony car. During that time you’d be forgiven if you thought the Mustang was the uncontested king of redneck power slides and doughnuts in the Walmart parking lot. In reality, the pony car grew up and became more sophisticated (to a point). The Ford had little competition in its price range. To get rear wheel drive with a V8 (or V6), you had to look to expensive German or the occasional Japanese import.

This was the perfect environment to bring back the Camaro. When it arrived in late 2009, it closely followed the retro cues of the 2006 concept car in that it looked like a remix of a 1967-1969 car. The concept created a sensation amongst the F car faithful who were still weeping over the loss of the Trans-Am. The “new Camaro” as it was called joined a recently revamped retro Mustang and Dodge Challenger in a renewal of an old rivalry, not seen since the 70s. A few Transformer movies later and the Camaro emerged as close competition to the Mustang in sales.

Where the Canadian built 2002 Camaro was low and wide, the new car was more upright by comparison. Designed in-house by Tom Peters, much of the Camaro’s imposing dynamics came from being on the large GM Zeta platform. Like Chrysler’s Challenger, it shared a platform with larger four door luxury cars. This new emphasis on space did not instantly translate to more room inside, although the new Camaro was more comfortable and roomy than any Camaro of the past and had more usable cargo space. In fact it’s interior was one of its high points. Simple, direct yet purposeful with subdued elegance due to brushed aluminum accents.

The exterior of course was just as impressive. A shark like nose with two prominent round headlights recalled early Camaros, yet looked futuristic with halo daytime running lights. The rear too was a blend of first and second generation cars with four pronounced tail lights (a nod to the second generation cars).This fifth generation was easily the fastest and most agile Camaro ever. A fully independent suspension meant that every Camaro could corner as well as it burned rubber in a straight line.

Despite its imposing size, its proportions were taunt and muscular with graceful lines that ended in creases that gave it an angular appearance if you saw if from the right angles. The rear, perhaps it’s weakest link with four ovoid tail lights recalled the first two generations.

Camaros came in coupe and convertible forms with a range of trims with either a 3.6 liter 312 hp V6 or the LS3 6.2 liter V8 with up to 426 hp. 6 speed manuals and automatic were also available. All that power had a better chance of connecting to rough roads thanks to a fully independent suspension – on all models. There were plenty of tuners available to make any Camaro a supercharged or turbo powered road car to rival any BMW. Even the V6 got love as a candidate for supercharging.

The high point of Camaro power came with the ZL1 version that used the same engine as Cadillac’s CTS-V. That 6.2 liter supercharged tour de force made a whopping 580 hp. There were no Z28 versions of this generation. Instead the gamut of Camaro trim and package names from the past like LT,LS, RS and SS took its place.

It was once easy to determine what was a high trim Camaro.  It was either a Z28, IROC or SS. With this generation the distinctions could be blurred externally for buyers who chose the right packages. The popular RS appearance packages that made base cars look menacing and others look like the SS model with its 20 inch wheels. One thing was clear, an un molested base model with the standard 16 inch black painted steel wheels looked almost homely. Still this was the first generation of Camaro that I could actually see myself in.

A refresh in 2014 saw a more angular appearance, especially in front with a squatter grill and revised horizontal taillights. The array of small improvements amounted to the most polished Camaro and the most refined look yet. The only bit that looked odd was the thin horizontal tail lights that did their best to recall the rump of the first generation cars.

Be it coupe or elegant convertible form, the fifth generation Camaro was a design and sales hit. Things that had plagued Camaros of the past like fit and finish issues had been licked too (mostly). Despite all the improvements, Camaro sales still lagged behind Ford’s evergreen Mustang. Still, it was no small feat that GM managed to keep its version of the pony car alive in a regulatory environment that favored more efficient cars.

Today the V6 Camaro remains an affordable option for those seeking an relatively efficient and stylish coupe. The very latest Camaros are being compared to M3s and such. One would have never seen that coming. Every sence the Mustang stepped it up with a independent suspension and global ambitions, the American pony car changed forever.  Somewhere in the Euro bound Camaro with all of its advance safety and performance features, a lottery winning good olde boy is waiting for his car of choice to make some tire smoke in the Walmart or Appleby’s parking lot.

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Source: 2010-2015 Chevrolet Camaro: Back to the Future