When we look back on 2014 with a broad scope, we have a strong urge to stop looking back and keep our gaze fixed firmly on the future. However, when we look back on 2014 in our own microcosm, we’re less motivated to avert our eyes. It’s been an excellent year for Buick and GMC and an even better year for the Leith Buick GMC blog.
We’ve come a long way since we started bringing you regular updates last December. Now you can come to us for the latest brand news, for cool and interesting videos, for up close and personal photos, and even for hands-on assessments of your favorite and most anticipated cars. The world at large may be looking forward to 2015 because it won’t be 2014 anymore, but we are looking forward to the new year because we know how great it will be based on what we wrote about this year. To help you remember the highlights, we’ve looked through our archives and picked out our favorite posts from the year.
Kurt Hugo Schneider and the 2014 Buick Regal GS teamed up to bring you “Epic Basketball + Car Beat.” This one-take wonder will get your heart dribbling.
GMC’s NFL Draft 101 campaign enlisted Green Bay Packer Clay Matthews to give the class of 2014 Professional Grade advice on how to handle themselves.
We tested the new 2015 GMC Yukon and discovered that at least one brand remembers how to make a real SUV.
The Envision makes six, and the Cascada Convertible makes seven, but what has us really interested is what will be the eighth Buick in the lineup.
Autoweek selected the 2015 GMC Canyon as its Best of the Best Truck, saying “It’s truly a truck in the most honest sense of the word.”
All of us at Leith Buick GMC hope you have a Happy New Year.