Category Archives: GMC


GMC Introduces the New Hummer EVs in This New Trailer

Official Trailer of the GMC Hummer EV 

As the world passes on to the cusp of shifting from fuel-powered vehicles to EVs, automakers are on a new trail of ideas that will lead them to immense success in the industry. However, the domain being inundated by vehicles now, only a few seem to emerge successfully to the top of the game. GMC returns to the race with an all-new EV that is worth looking up to. Hummer has been revamped by GMC, challenging other designs for a competition like never before in the segment. Electrifying concepts transpire into a rugged body of the Hummer EV, which will be released soon. Check out this official trailer of the GMC Hummer EV before it can take over your heart as soon as it’s out. Visit Prestige Imports near North Miami Beach, FL, if you want a closer look at the vehicle this year.

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GMC Sierra 1500

2019 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali For Sale North Miami Beach FL

We don’t often get GMC models through our inventory, so when we do you know it’s something special. Over a year ago we looked at a pretty incredible customized GMC Savana conversion van that was basically a limousine. Today we’re looking at a model from its luxury line of vehicles, a 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali that we currently have for sale right here in North Miami Beach FL.

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GMC Savana Denali Duramax

2014 GMC Savana Denali Duramax Diesel Conversion Van For Sale North Miami Beach FL

Today we’re looking at an incredible vehicle that made its way onto our lot about which we think you’re going to be really excited. We’ve covered some vehicles that have been converted into limousines before, namely Cadillac Escalades, but today we’re looking at an old 2014 GMC Savana Denali Cargo Van with a Duramax Diesel powertrain that was converted into just such a vehicle and is now, ta-da, a Conversion Van! This thing has an entirely sleek exterior and one of the best things about it is that nobody is going to know you’re carting around passengers in the back. Read the rest of this entry >>