GM Northeast gives Tonawanda a taste of an diverse fleet
June 19, 2012 11:20 am ET
The Northeast team sponsored a ride & drive event auto enthusiasts who visited the 24th Annual UAW/GM All American Car Show and Auto Expo at General Motors Tonawanda engine plant in Buffalo, NY.
While the fleet was out in full force, the Camaro Convertible was bell of the ball. After taking the Camaro out for a spin, guests found that it was powerful and responsive falling in love with the heads-up display.
While the Camaro was turning heads, guests enjoyed touring around in the rest of the fleet. They loved the Buick Verano commenting on how it was very comfortable and luxurious. Drivers of the Chevy Silverado called the suspension “cloud like” and that it gave them the allusion of driving a sedan, and not a truck.
Guests were enthusiastic about the GMC Terrain as they weren’t expecting the roominess of a crossover. The Terrains quick pick up engine and added features of a back of camera only sealed their love. As always, guests who test drove the Volt were surprised at its smooth ride and almost silent engine. Jim Sandoro, owner of the Pierce Arrow Transportation Museum in downtown Buffalo, was blown away by the Volt, almost taking one away for his wife.