There is no better GMC dealer near Atlanta than Rick Hendrick Buick GMC Duluth. Located on 3244 Commerce Ave NW in Duluth, GA, we’re proud to serve our surrounding communities in Buford, Atlanta, and beyond. Not only will we find you a reliable GMC or Buick and a fair and affordable price, but we also work hard to give back to our local communities through our charitable efforts and unwavering support.
Through our charitable arm, we’re proud to partner with Home of Hope, giving homeless mothers and children a “hand up instead of a handout.” By working with families to build money-saving habits, Home of Hope empowers community members to get on their feet and secure a stable environment for raising their families. By offering supplies and financial support throughout the year, along with truckloads of gifts at Christmas time, Rick Hendrick Buick GMC has been able to touch the lives of families beyond the reach of auto sales and service.
Our team at Rick Hendrick GMC Duluth love sharing the beauty of the classic GMC brand with our customers. By offering an appealing lineup of the latest models, we showcase the best vehicles that GMC and Buick produce. In addition to our new inventory, we house an extensive lineup of carefully-selected used models and vehicles under 10k to fit any budget. There’s no one who can’t find the perfect vehicle at Rick Hendrick Buick GMC Duluth.
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GMC is famous for building quality trucks, SUVs, and utility vehicles. This rugged American brand has carved its reputation out of sheer grit and elbow grease, with over a century of history to hang its hat on. Founder William C. Durant (also known as Billy Durant) acquired the Reliance Motor Car Company in 1908 and shortly after, the Rapid Motor Vehicle Company in 1909. After folding these two auto manufacturers into one larger company, by 1911, General Motors had grown into one all-encompassing brand and included the GMC brand.
GMC’s three early manufacturing sites included St. Louis, Missouri, Oakland, California, and Pontiac, Michigan. Demonstrating its innovation at an early age, GMC built a truck that traveled all the way from Seattle, Washington to New York City in 30 days––an impressive milestone during that time. Ten years later, in 1926, a GMC truck weighing in at two massive tons trekked from New York City to San Francisco in just over five days.
It wasn’t long before GMC started making a national name for itself by supporting U.S. troops during World War II through the production of 600,000 army trucks. Over the decades that followed, GMC could be found behind the scenes of American life through taxi cabs, fire trucks, ambulances, motorhomes, and buses in cities and small towns throughout the country.
Today, GMC is synonymous with premium trucks and SUVS that bridge the gap between capability and comfort. Basic trims offer generous standard packages with towing capacity, handling, and power at the forefront of every design. Gone are the days when GMC’s vehicles were only known for what they could do. Nowadays, GMC offers its high-class line, the Denali, that gives other luxury brands a run for their money. You don’t have to compromise innovation or utility when you choose GMC. The full package is yours for the taking.
Not only can our team at Rick Hendrick find you a great vehicle, but we also have a group of finance experts onsite who are happy to help you find a loan or lease that suits your budget. We understand that owning an automobile is a big expense, and we want to do everything possible to ease that burden. Through extensive networking, we have gained access to great deals you won’t find elsewhere. We guarantee transparent pricing, so you’ll never feel slighted or pressured to spend more than you planned on. To help you prepare for your purchase, we offer a free payment calculator on our website to give you a clear picture of how to anticipate your new expense.
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Out of its utilitarian roots, GMC has grown into an upscale partner of Chevrolet through the creation of its luxury Denali line. GMC Denali models today include the Terrain, Acadia, and Yukon SUVs, along with the Canyon, Sierra, and Sierra HD pick-up trucks. These refined, high-tech automobiles boast the unbeatable performance that’s characteristic of GMC, along with the newest creature comforts and high-end design elements you’d expect from a luxury brand.
Denali's are fully-equipped with impressive towing capacity, roomy interiors, large wheels, premium seating, and futuristic technology. Some of the tech features you’ll find include a multi-color head-up display, an 8” diagonal GMC Infotainment system with Navigation, and a Bose Centerpoint Surround Sound audio system with SurroundStage. Denali models are loaded with USB ports, wireless charging options, and 12-volt power points, so everyone in your party will have no trouble staying connected on far away adventures.
Driver assistance technology abounds in new Denali models. Helpful tools like blind spot and lane departure warnings, emergency braking assist, front and rear parking sensors, and cameras on the front, side, and rearview protect your Denali against needless dents and dings that would only hinder its high-end appearance.
Multi-Zone temperature controls, heated steering wheels wrapped in leather, and supremely comfortable bucket seats are a given in the Denali lineup. Drivers will enjoy modern conveniences like a universal remote transmitter (that’s compatible with garage doors, security systems, etc.), power rear seat easy entry, and heated mirrors. If you’re looking for a handsome statement vehicle, GMC’s Denali brand is second to none.
Introducing the first year of the fifth generation, the 2021 GMC Yukon has undergone a full redesign, including a diesel-powered engine option and a vastly improved interior. This truck-based SUV has always touted high-performance ratings, and now with a refined and comfortable cabin, it’s the full package.
An additional 6.1-inches of legroom are a welcome change for tall drivers. Even when full of passengers, there’s still 25.5 cubic feet of cargo space available behind the third row. Passengers in the back won’t be squished, with a roomy 34.9-inches of legroom. Taking advantage of the fold-down second and third-row seats free up a total of 122.9 cubic feet of cargo space, so you’ll have no trouble touting all your gear safely inside the Yukon.
The 2021 GMC Yukon XL is about 15-inches longer overall. It has an outstanding cargo volume rating at 41.5 cubic feet behind the third row (which is 2.2 cubic feet more than older models). The legroom in the back is also bigger with 36.7 inches. When you’re driving with just a front passenger, you can get an impressive 144.7 cubic feet of cargo volume, boosted by about 23 cubic feet over years past.
To make the most of the Yukon XL’s interior, you probably want to consider either the SLT or Denali trim. With the mid-level SLT, you’ll enjoy several interior refinements, including leather upholstery, an upgraded audio system with nine speakers, and heated and ventilated front seats. A hands-free liftgate and wireless charging pad make life easier in the SLT.
If you can afford to splurge on the Denali, you won’t regret it. The Bose audio system has an immersive 14 speakers. The interior is styled with premium leather seating and authentic wood accents. The Denali Deluxe Package means backseat passengers will get not one, but two, 12.6-inch display screens. Stay fully charged with up to eight USB ports, two 110-volt power outlets, a 12-volt power outlet, and available wireless charging. For long trips, you can’t ask for anything more than a Yukon XL Denali. It’s truly top-of-the-line from the inside out with driver and passenger comfort as a top priority.
For a “small pick-up truck,” the 2021 GMC Canyon’s towing ability is anything but. Whether you opt for the diesel four-cylinder engine or the V6 gas, you won’t be disappointed by this truck’s capability. The 2021 Canyon comes in four different trims, none of which are lacking in their towing capacity. Starting with the Elevation Standard and Elevation trims, tow up to 7,700 pounds with the Duramax Diesel engine and max trailering package. The AT4 and Denali offer similar towing, with 7,600 pounds and 7,550-pounds, respectively.
Four-wheel drive is an available option on all four trims and comes standard on the AT4. For maximum safety technology and style, the Denali can’t be beat. Forward collision warning, rear parking sensors, and lane departure warning are all standard, along with leather upholstery and 20-inch wheels. You’ll love riding around in this easy-to-maneuver, luxurious, and high-powered truck.
Are you in the market for a small SUV that’s fuel-efficient, tech-savvy, and still capable of hauling a 3,500-pound tow? Look no further than the 2020 GMC Terrain. GMC offers generous safety features on this desirable, five-seater family vehicle. What was once reserved for high-level trims is now offered starting with the more basic SL and SLE trims.
If you buy a 2020 SL Terrain, you’ll get keyless entry and ignition, power-adjustable heated mirrors, a seven-inch touchscreen, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability. The GMC Pro Safety Package is standard. This includes automatic emergency braking, lane keeping assist with lane departure warning, front pedestrian braking, a following distance indicator, forward collision alert, and IntelliBeam headlamps. A 4.2-inch diagonal multi-color driver information screen, 4G LTE wifi hotspot capability, and 12-volt auxiliary power outlets in the front and cargo area make this base model not too shabby.
Moving up the SLE, you’ll find new package options open up, including the Driver Alert Package I. Here, adaptive cruise control, rear cross traffic alert, rear park assist, lane change alert with side blind zone alert, and a safety alert seat brings you to the next level of driver safety aids. For an upgraded SLE interior, the Driver Convenience Package is worth considering. This adds a remote start, driver and front passenger heated seats, driver power lumbar control and 8-way power seat, dual-zone automatic climate control, along with roof-mounted luggage rack side rails to the mix.
Impressed? Don’t even get us started on the SLT or Denali features. Needless to say, GMC doesn’t hold back on the Terrain’s array of goods for 2020.
The 2020 GMC Acadia stands out with a new turbo-charged four-cylinder engine option and an upgraded nine-speed transmission that takes the place of last year’s six-speed unit. There are three engine variants in total, spread among five trim levels.
The SL’s base engine is a 2.5-liter that produces 193 horsepower and 188 lb-ft of torque. If you opt for the SLE, you’ll have the choice to upgrade to either the turbo-charged 2.0-liter engine that yields 230 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque, or the V6 engine for a max of 310 horsepower and 271 lb-ft of torque. Across the board, the nine-speed automatic transmission makes for a smooth and tranquil ride. Stop/start technology with a deactivation switch maximizes fuel efficiency, and both the 2.5-liter and the powerful V6 are slated to provide 27 MPG on the highway.
The 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 has a lot to brag about. As with most trucks today, you can customize the Sierra 1500 to do just about anything. Two features that set the Sierra apart from its competitors include its unbeatable cargo bed volume and six-function MultiPro tailgate.
Starting with more cargo bed volume than any other truck in its class, the Sierra 1500 is the pick-up you want if you have a lot of work to do. The SLE, Elevation, and SLT Crew Cabs can be purchased as a short box or standard box model. In the crew cab, cargo volume ranges from 62.9 cubic feet to 71.7 cubic feet. The regular cab long box is particularly impressive, with a whopping 89.1 cubic feet of cargo volume.
Still not enough space? Don’t worry; the Sierra 1500 is also capable of towing 12,100 pounds, so anything that doesn’t quite fit in your cargo space can easily be accommodated with a haul in the back.
Get easy access to the cargo box with the Sierra 1500’s six-function MultiPro tailgate. If you’ve never seen anything like it, you’re not alone. This tailgate is the first of its kind ever created in the world. Available on the Elevation and standard on the SLT, six-position flexibility means you can transform the tailgate from a primary gate (like an extended flat table) to a primary gate load stop (to keep cargo from sliding out the back), easy access (lets you reach closer to the middle of the bed), full width step (so you can climb up with confidence), inner gate load stop (to keep your cargo secure), and an inner gate with work surface (leave your desk at home).
The 2020 GMC Sierra 2500HD underwent a complete redesign with better technology, an upgraded interior, and more power than ever before. Any discussion on the Sierra’s heavy-duty truck lineup wouldn’t be complete without mentioning their impressive towing and payload capacity. When GMC says heavy-duty, they mean it. For 2020, the 2500 model offers a conventional max trailering capacity of up to 18,500 pounds.
The Sierra 3500HD bumps it up a notch for a towing capacity of 20,000 pounds. It’s maximum fifth-wheel/gooseneck is rated up to 35,500 pounds. Because this model is the first introduction to the all-new fourth generation, it’s equipped with several exciting features. Along with the world’s first six-way MultiPro tailgate, various trailering innovations make heavy hauling seem like a breeze.
GMC’s available ProGrade Trailering System combines a range of technologies to simplify the process of hitching and towing. Nothing will catch you off-guard with a class-leading number of 15 different camera views. Smart trailer integration and an in-vehicle training app that communicates with your phone companion app bring trailering into the 21st century.
To improve engine cooling, GMC included a bigger engine fan and grille. For better control, there are upgraded brakes and steering mechanics, along with a longer driveshaft and rear axel for ultimate durability. The Sierra 3500 has two engine options; both 6.6-liter V6’s with your choice of gas or diesel. Gas will net you 401 horsepower and 464 lb-ft of torque. The diesel is tough to turn down, with an exceptional 445 horsepower and 910 lb-ft of torque. For a supremely powerful truck that can handle any situation, it doesn’t get much better than a 2020 heavy-duty Sierra.