The all new 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 has alot of new features including Hill Decend. Take a look at this video to see a road test from Off Road Xtreme.
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Do you know if your car is ready for Winter Weather? Its probably a good idea to bring it in to our Service Center for a Fall Tuneup! Call 406-651-5000 to schedule an appointment.
Here are some areas of focus:
Tires: Few things matter to vehicle drivability more than the good condition of tires, especially in the harsh Montana Winters. Both pressure and condition are vital. Low pressure can cause a blowout and will ruin your gas mileage. High pressure can cause very uneven tire wear, and short tire life. Check the sticker on your drivers’ side door jam and verify the pressure is correct. Make sure you are getting your tires rotated. Not rotating tires every 6,000-7,500 miles or so may void warranties. Have questions about tires? Want to buy winter-ready tires? Just give us a call!
Engine Cooling System: AC keeps you from overheating, and Engine Coolant keeps your car’s engine from over-heating. Is your coolant low? It might be leaking. Is it a strange color? Dark? It probably is in need of a flush. Dirty or low coolant can affect engine performance and engine life.
Fluids: Fluid leaks are the enemy of your car! When the fluid levels drop, your vehicle will stop. The top fluids to check are the coolant, oil and transmission fluid level. If the radiator gaskets and seals aren’t sealing properly, this is an easy way for a leak to start. If anything is low, or if seals are cracked or deformed, it’s time for a service appointment.
Hoses and Belts: Hoses and Belts are often plastic or rubber, and these materials naturally deteriorate with age. Temperature extremes (which we have a lot of in Montana) also factor in to accelerated aging. Belts and Hoses are vital to the reliable operation of your car’s systems. They tie all of the electrical (headlights and brake lights, wipers, turn signals, etc.), and heating and cooling systems into your engine. If belts are loose or excessively cracked or worn, or if hoses are soft or fractured, it may be time for a replacement.
Battery: Batteries don’t like the cold. And Montana has plenty of cold winter weather, which strains the electrical system and can shorten the life of even the best batteries. If there’s corrosion or leakage, or if the battery is more than two years old, it’s probably time for a new one. A dead battery will leave you stranded!
Oil System: Oil is the blood of your engine. Changing oil too infrequently can let particulate, gunk and tiny metal shavings build up and damage internal components. If you’re using regular oil, every 3,000 or so miles might be a good time to get it changed. Synthetic oils are generally a little bit more expensive, but last longer. Consult your car’s owner manual for the recommended oil change schedule, and don’t forget. It’s also a good idea to change the filter each time you change the oil. Lastly, this is also a good time to change the cabin or engine air filter to get maximum performance from your engine. Can’t remember the last time your oil was changed? It’s probably past due! Bring it in to our Service Center where our Certified Technicians can help.
Air-Conditioning/Heating System: If you like staying warm when the winter cold rolls in, pay attention to the A/C/Heating system! Inspect the compressor belt for cracking and wear. If when you turn the system on, it doesn’t blow some warm air at you, it’s probably time to have the system serviced!
Have questions about any of this? Give us a call at 406-651-5000 or check our Service Website at http://www.rimrockgm.com/Service . Don’t forget to check our specials, here: http://www.rimrockgm.com/Specials/auto-service
The auto world is abuzz with news of the all new Cadillac CTS, showcasing new technologies, new features, and a new level of luxury! What do you know about the new CTS? Check out these short videos below!
First of all, Cadillac listened to its customers. Quiet can always be quieter, and Cadillac went to great lengths to create an even more relaxing cabin atmosphere, including using Bose® Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and sound absorbing glass. ANC monitors powertrain and other noise and sends out opposing non-audible frequencies through the speakers to help reduce ambient sound.
What about safety? Well, they’ve got you covered there too. The new CTS includes advanced braking, with a braking system found on some of the worlds most sophisticated race cars. Cadillac; meet Brembo front brakes. Along with the available multi-mode Magnetic Ride Control, confidence at the wheel remains uncompromising.
Learn more about Cadillac luxury automobiles and find that perfect fit for you, at Rimrock GMC Cadillac: http://www.rimrockgm.com
The new 2015 GMC vehicles are making their debut! Learn more about the all-new 2015 GMC Yukon vehicle lineup from Executive Chief Engineer for GM full and mid-size trucks and SUV’s, Jeff Luke, and Alexandre Henriques, Lead Designer of GM Full Size SUVs. Coming soon to the NEW Rimrock GMC Cadillac Showroom at our brand new – almost finished Dealership at King and Shiloh in Billings! Check out http://www.rimrockgm.com for details and progress photos.
Check out our MASSIVE inventory of new GMC Trucks and SUV’s, at Billings favorite truck dealer, Rimrock GMC Cadillac; http://www.rimrockgm.com
Well, it’s official. If you haven’t heard the news, Cadillac revealed the all new 2015 Escalade a short time ago. Arriving in Spring of 2014, the all new 2015 Cadillac Escalade is making news. More styling, more luxury, more performance, more control…the all new 2015 Escalade.
The Quick and To the Point Video:
The Extended Full Reveal Video:
Keep an eye on Rimrock GMC Cadillac’s website, for more news about the 2015 Cadillac Escalade, and to browse our current line up of 2013 and 2014 Cadillac Vehicles.
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The all new 2015 GMC Yukon Denali styling. GMC is Professional Grade.
We think it looks solid. Tell us what you think in the comments below!
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We may be a little biased, but at Rimrock GMC Cadillac, we cant get enough of the new 2014 Cadillac CTS Engine Sound. So when we came across this video, we knew we had to share it with you!
Cadillac engineers applied the principles of psychoacoustics, the science of sound perception, and car-guy instinct to create powerful and pleasant exhaust notes for the All-New 2014 Cadillac CTS midsize luxury sedan and Vsport.
Want more? Check out your Billings, MT Cadillac dealer and browse our extensive inventory at http://www.rimrockgm.com !
Have you seen the new TV spot with NFL hall of famer Marshall Faulk using the new Upper Tie Downs of the 2014 Sierra 1500? It is currently the only truck out there with them! So whether you want to hang a hammock in your truck bed, or more easily secure large or awkward loads, the Sierra 1500 just got more versatile than ever before!
You know you’re interested! See our lineup at http://www.rimrockgm.com
The team behind the most recent Cadillac concept, the Elmiraj Concept Coupe, share their thoughts on the design and its future role within the Cadillac portfolio. For those who love luxury and high performance car design, this is a must see! Very interesting insight from clay concept, to a mature drivable concept car!
To see the newest Cadillac vehicles, be sure to check us out online at http://www.rimrockgm.com ! Our new Market Value Pricing makes it easier than ever to buy your next vehicle at Rimrock!
The GMC Canyon is returning to production? In a word, yes. Proof again that there is significant demand for the midsize truck!
The smallest of the GMC Professional Grade trucks, the Canyon, was last offered in 2012, much to the disappointment of many people. But, there seems to be good news! Recently GMC leaked a single photo showing little more than the grille and logo, and announced that the GMC Canyon is scheduled for a return to market as a 2015 model!
This is great news for the midsize pickup truck market in the USA. While we can’t draw any conclusions about engine types, body styles or cab options, the single teaser image does confirm that the new pickups will have the same boxy, strong angular sytling as the newly redesigned 2014 GMC Sierra.
General Motors also confirmed the pickup would retain the ‘Canyon’ name.
To see the current GMC or Cadillac lineup, do research, or view our inventory, check us out online at http://www.rimrockgm.com