So you’ve already decorated your home, finished the kids’ costumes, and loaded up on candy to hand out to excited trick or treaters. You forgot one thing though: a costume for your car! Don’t panic. Check out these easy car costume ideas to really step up your game this Halloween.
A great car costume doesn’t have to be complicated in order to be spooky. If your car has a trunk, craft teeth out of paper or cardboard and attach them to transform your vehicle into a scary monster with a ferocious bite.
Halloween is all about being someone else for a night. While the Buick Encore is the model of refinement and sophistication, a pair of oversized glasses makes this smart SUV hilariously nerdy.
If you’re on a time crunch, no car costume is simpler than attaching some headlamp eyelashes. Throw these on a Chevrolet Equinox for a funny, flirty car costume.
Fashion carriage wheels to fit over your vehicles wheel openings and end up with a rustic car costume perfect for pickups. Slap four of these on a GMC Sierra to create a carriage for any Halloween princess or knight.
Who says dress up is for children? Rediscover the fun of playing pretend this Halloween with one of these car costume ideas. And for the perfect car to dress up, stop by Bradshaw Automotive today!
It wasn’t long ago that General Motors unveiled what updates the 2016 Chevrolet Silverado would see. Now, the American automaker is unveiling updates for the Silverado’s sibling—the 2016 GMC Sierra. These GMC Sierra updates are subtle throughout the model, but come together to make yet another fantastic pickup truck.
Most of the changes subtly make the Sierra more attractive in terms of its exterior design. Small improvements to its already sleek design can increase sales even more. The most noticeable changes include redesigned bumpers, grille, and front fascia. LED daytime running lights, LED fog lamps, and LED taillights now come standard, while the Sierra SLT and Denali will pack on more chrome.
Inside, the pickup will receive Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities by the end of 2015. Both systems operate through GMC’s IntelliLink infotainment system. Models with a seven-inch touchscreen will see the options first. These technological features will make the 2016 GMC Sierra even more appealing!
The 2016 GMC Sierra is sure to make a lasting impression, thanks to these interior and exterior updates. Make sure you check back to the Bradshaw Automotive Group soon to learn more information about the newly redesigned pickup truck! We will anxiously be awaiting its arrival!
This week, five Chevrolet cars were named segment winners for the annual J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality Study, making Chevrolet the automaker with the most cars at the top of their sections in the study.
The J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality Study examines the average number of problems per car that users experience in the first 90 days following the purchase of a vehicle. According to J.D. Power, a majority of the problems experienced in this time frame relate to a vehicle’s design and technology; for example, users could find a navigation system or safety technology confusing or difficult to use. The study is designed to award the cars with the most user-friendly technologies for each vehicle class and to provide feedback to the automobile industry.
This year, five 2013 Chevrolet vehicles were named for having the least reported problems in their segments: the Avalanche (Large Light-Duty Pickup), Camaro (Midsize Sporty Car), Impala (Large Car), Silverado HD (Large Heavy Duty Pickup) and Tahoe (Large CUV). The Cadillac Escalade was also names the top Premium CUV, beating out the Mercedes-Benz GL-Class, and the new Buick Encore and GMC Sierra 1500 each topped its respective category.
The volume of GM cars include in the Initial Quality Report demonstrates the automaker’s devotion to reliable, user-friendly cars. For more information about the report, visit J.D. Power and Associates online.
Bradshaw Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac is proud to announce yet another achievement for GM vehicles. For more information about new Chevrolet cars in Upstate SC, including the 2013 Camaro and the all new 2014 Impala and Malibu, contact Bradshaw at (864) 416-7397 or visit our dealership online. We also boast an expert finance department to help you find the vehicle you’re looking for at the right price!