CarNu Detailing Center | Billings MT Car Wash, Detail, Protection


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Why is Detailing Important? It’s more than about “looking pretty.”

Auto detailing is a professional, thorough cleaning, polishing and waxing of an automobile, both inside and out, to produce a show-quality level of detail. But more importantly, it helps maintain and protect your finish.

“Remember, we don’t just do cars…we do Trucks, SUV’s and even Boats, too!”


Detailing is not only done to improve the appearance and maintain the “curb appeal” of your vehicle, but also to improve your ownership experience, and to maintain a higher re-sale value. Do you remember when you first got your vehicle, when it was brand new, and looked it’s best? A CarNu detail may be able to bring that moment back! A CarNu detail will help your vehicle look its best!



A professional detail can remove damaging elements, and restore a stunning finish hiding under that grime!
A professional detail can remove damaging elements, and restore a stunning finish hiding under that dirt and grime!
Interior Detailing

The interior of your vehicle can dry out and break down in the harsh Montana sun. Drying, cracking and fading are common problems associated with improper maintenance. We can help protect your expensive leather interior from harsh UV rays and normal driving wear.

Carpet & Fabric Extracting

Using the correct chemicals makes all the difference! Don’t just guess…take it to the pros at CarNu!
Using the correct chemicals makes all the difference! Don’t just guess…take it to the pros at CarNu!
Our high powered extracting equipment deep cleans debris, dirt, grime and most oily residue spots on carpet & fabric. Not only will this help increase the appeal of your car, but extracting also kills germs & bacteria and helps to eliminate bad odors.

Exterior Detailing

An external detail isn’t just a car wash. There are many things that can damage or discolor your paint job. Iron oxide flakes, more visible on white vehicles as a red dust, come mainly from the constant bombardment of metal brake dust that is in the air. Professional clay treatment can eliminate this as well as other damaging contamination such as tree sap, bug spatter, and bird droppings, which, perhaps surprisingly can cause serious permanent damage to a vehicle’s paint if not removed correctly. Even more surprisingly, several studies* have shown that a dirty car can increase aerodynamic drag, resulting in poor fuel economy, potentially costing YOU money.

Paint Scratch Removal

CarNu’s technicians can remove many surface scratches, swirl marks and scuffs through the use of advanced polishing techniques (ask us about this!). Scratches tend to dull a vehicles paint surface, which opens it to many conditions that can create further damage. If the damage is too severe, we may refer you to our in-house Auto Body Shop.

Paint Protection – Wax

Will give your vehicle an enhanced shine and protection from the sun’s harmful rays. Contrary to some stories, wax doesn’t last forever. Wax must be reapplied every 3 months in order to be effective. In harsher environments, it may need to be reapplied more frequently.



Paint Sealant

Paint sealant is a synthetic polymer, which actually bonds to your painted surface providing the very best protection and shine possible. Paint sealant should be re-applied every 6 months to a year.

Poor car care can result in a situation where it’s impossible to restore the car’s finish. Don’t let this happen!
Poor car care can result in a situation where it’s impossible to restore the car’s finish. Don’t let this happen to you!
General Car Care Tips for a Healthy Paint Finish and a Happy Wallet

1. Avoid scratches chips and dings when possible.

Scratches and paint chips are the most common and most harmful enemy to your car’s finish. The bottom line is that avoiding scratches is often the secret to keeping your car looking like the day you bought it. Hint: don’t follow flat bed trucks closely – debris often falls off the bed, even if it’s not readily apparent. And we’re not just talking about big scratches; dirt and grime, rubbed in while washing or drying, will act like sandpaper and dull your car’s paint. There is one basic rule, which will guide you whenever you touch the surface of your automobile: Anything that comes in contact with your car’s finish should be soft, clean, and NOT reused from wash to wash.

2. Avoid harsh elements and impacts.

Often, especially in the harsh Montana sun and wind, this means storing the car in a garage or covered area. If you can’t do this, the use of a car cover is highly recommended. A vehicle that is constantly exposed to sunlight and other environmental hazards will deteriorate quicker and require significantly more cosmetic maintenance.

3. Wax, wax, wax. Then wax some more.

In addition to providing gloss and depth, wax or paint sealant will also protect your car from the weather-related elements, including sunlight, and many other elements like bug splats and bird droppings.

4. Regular inspections.

A good habit is to make regular inspections of your interior condition and exterior paint finish. It’s far better to head off a potential problem, than to wait until it fully materializes and has to be repaired.


Fox News Reports the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon will be available this fall with a new 2.8-liter 4-cylinder turbodiesel

Colorado Duramax

Fox News reports:

The Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon will be available this fall with a new 2.8-liter 4-cylinder turbodiesel that’ll cost $3,730 more than equivalent trucks with V6 gasoline engines.

At starting prices of $31,700 and $33,200, respectively, the diesels will deliver 181 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque that’s good for a max tow rating of 7,700 pounds in two-wheel-drive trucks, up from 7,000 for the V6.

The diesels are available only in Crew Cab configurations. They come with a six-speed automatic fitted with a centrifugal pendulum vibration absorber to reduce engine vibration and an exhaust braking system what works with both the cruise control on downhill stretches and with the pedal. A trailering package with hitch and 7-pin connector, electronic locking rear differential and two-speed transfer case on four-wheel-drive models are all standard equipment.

One thing that’s yet to be announced is fuel economy, but GM says it will beat the current gasoline four-cylinder’s top rating of 27 mpg. The most fuel efficient pickup on sale today is the larger Ram 1500 Ecodiesel, which gets 29 mpg highway and has a base price of $38,395.

GMC Colorado

Visit our web site at for more information on the Canyon and other great truck buys! GMC stands out for its reputation and quality! And at Rimrock GMC Cadillac our experienced sales team are here to answer each and every one of your questions, inform you to make a purchasing decision, and help land the truck that is just right for you!

The Cadillac Escalade Has The Critics Raving

Cadillac Escalade

Cadillac Escalade

“If you liked the previous Escalade, you’ll like this one. It’s sharper looking outside, more luxurious inside, and somewhat better to drive.”
—Automobile Magazine

“The Escalade may be all new inside and out, but the SUV’s basic idea is still largely the same as it ever was. That means big power, a muscular sound and a driving position that looks down on virtually every other vehicle on the road. If that’s what you’re looking for, the Escalade is still an excellent SUV for the job; only now, you look down from a slightly nicer perch.”

“The full-size luxury SUV segment has a lot to offer, but with an all-out redesign for the 2015 model year, the Cadillac Escalade has climbed back to the top of the pile.”
—Kelley Blue Book

“Fresh from a stint at finishing school, the Escalade retains its audacious charisma but now earns higher marks for poise and polish. With its impressive blend of style, technology and quality interior furnishings, the Escalade truly demands serious consideration from full-size luxury SUV shoppers.”
—Left Lane News

“The 2015 Cadillac Escalade ranks 1 out of 9 Luxury Large SUVs. This ranking is based on our analysis of published reviews and test drives of the Cadillac Escalade, as well as reliability and safety data. . . The 2015 Cadillac Escalade’s rich interior, impressive handling and exceptionally powerful engine cannot be matched by most competitors, reviewers say. . . A V8 engine powers the 2015 Cadillac Escalade. Test drivers say it idles quietly and produces the requisite power for reaching highway speeds quickly. A six-speed automatic transmission is standard. The EPA reports that the Cadillac Escalade gets up to 15/21 mpg city/highway, which is typical for the class. . . They report that the 2015 Escalade offers controlled handling, and they like its standard Magnetic Ride Control suspension system, which they note makes a noticeable difference in driving dynamics when switching between its Sport and Touring modes. Some also report that the Escalade has strong brakes, and they appreciate its well-weighted, responsive steering. . . The Escalade is not only a strong performer, but it’s also our 2015 Best Luxury Large SUV for Families. The Escalade nabbed the award because it has the best combination of space, safety and reliability ratings and available family-friendly features in the class.”
—U.S. News and World Report

The 2015 Cadillac SRX – Style like no other | Rimrock GMC Cadillac

Awe inspiring. Luxury and performance. Style like no other. Challenge your preconceptions.
Take advantage of our summer offers and test drive the 2015 Cadillac SRX, a crossover with space, safety and style.

2016 Sierra is on the way…and it’s big | Rimrock GMC Cadillac

A drone hovering over the top-secret Milford Proving Ground captures the new design of the 2016 GMC Sierra 1500 for the first time. Available late 2015. Preproduction models shown.

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The 2015 Cadillac SRX | Rimrock GMC Cadillac

“Principles should never be compromised.”- Andrew Carnegie

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2015 GMC Canyon SLE | Rimrock GMC Cadillac

GM’s new Canyon offers more tech in a little less truck – though it’s not up to the level of the Sierra models, “This is a truck that feels like it’s got some real capability, and you’ll be able to get done what you need to…and a comfortable vehicle to get around suburban environments.” If you dont need a huge truck, this is your all around winner!

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2016 GMC Terrain Denali – First Look | Rimrock GMC Cadillac’s Patrick Olsen takes a first look at the 2016 GMC Terrain Denali. Denali is important – it and adds valuable features and luxury to an already high end product.

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2016 GMC Terrain Compact SUV | 3D Street Art | Rimrock GMC Cadillac

The GMC Terrain is the perfect combination of styling, utility and efficiency. For 2016, the Terrain’s bold design has been updated and features a new hood design, redesigned front and rear fascia with chrome accents, new LED daytime running lamps and a new 3 bar grille design that is distinctively GMC. Check out this amazingly cool video, to experience the Terrain in a whole new perspective.

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Learning about the new GMC Sierra Pickup Truck | Rimrock GMC Cadillac

Learn more about the all new 2015 GMC Sierra’s innovative and professional grade features! For more information about your Sierra pickup truck visit:

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