GMC Subscription: Your Reliable Companion for Work and Leisure

Founded on January 22, 1912, GMC was established as a division of the General Motors company. The brand that stood the test of time is known for the durability and reliability of its vehicles. Originally, the brand solely focused on the production of trucks as the name General Motors Truck Company suggests. However, later it expanded to include SUVs and crossovers. The brand is driven by the “Professional Grade” slogan which underlines its commitment to producing sturdy trucks and SUVs for both commercial and personal use. GMC’s two best-known models, Sierra and Canyon, are a testament to the statement. Building on the utility side of the vehicles, GMC incorporates some trims that provide elevated luxury to its users. One prominent example of this is the Denali trim that is incorporated throughout GMC’s lineup.

Once you have narrowed down on a model of your choice, before purchasing one of GMC’s beasts of power and comfort, you should consider subscribing to it with FINN. We deliver your car right to the doorstep and take care of all the paperwork and servicing - maintenance, insurance, registration fees, and a lot more. Pick your dream car and subscribe today.

FAQs about GMC

GMC, which is short for "General Motors Truck Company," represents a well-known automobile division.

GMC is owned by General Motors (GM), a major automobile conglomerate with a portfolio that includes other high-prestige brands like Chevrolet, Cadillac, and Buick.

The abbreviation SLT in the context of GMC vehicles, stands for "Sleek Luxury Truck." It is a trim level between Denali and the standard SLE packages. Such trucks exhibit an added level of sophistication and comfort through the use of luxurious materials and highly convenient technologies.

GMC manufactures a range of trucks that are made across a variety of facilities. Some of the plants are:

  • Fort Wayne Assembly Plant in RoanokeIndiana

  • Arlington Assembly Plant in Arlington, Texas

  • Lansing Delta Township Assembly Plant in Delta Township, Michigan

  • Shreveport Operations in Shreveport, Louisiana.

To replace the battery in a GMC key fob, complete the following steps:

  1. Locate a small slot or button on the edge of the key fob. Gently employ a small flathead screwdriver or a coin to open it.

  2. Once the key fob has been opened, cautiously extract the old battery.

  3. Pay close attention to the battery type (often a small coin or button cell battery) and its correct orientation.

  4. Insert the new battery into the key fob, ensuring the proper alignment.

  5. Complete the process by closing the key fob, aligning the two halves and securely pressing them together until they audibly click into place.

Chevy and GMC produce quite similar vehicles. In fact, the cars are assembled at the same facilities and therefore, the cars share many parameters including the mechanics. However, the differentiating factor between the two remains to be designed. Whilst Chevy is more focused on utility, GMC attends more to the general feel and the outlook of a car. Notably, whilst the mid-level trim models are comparable, the high-end trim at GMC is more premium than that of Chevrolet. Outside of these differences, GMC focuses on the production of three vehicle types (pickup trucks, SUVs, and crossovers), whilst Chevrolet features a greater range.