The 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD

If you’re looking for a durable truck that can haul big loads and work as hard as you do, then you don’t have to look any further than the 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD. Available at your local Edwards Garage dealership, this truck is built tough and built for work. Here are a few of the great features you may want to know about.


Real-World Towing Power


These durable trucks have been put through real-world towing tests to ensure that you’re getting the reliable and long lasting towing power you’re looking for. The 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD is no different. With the ability to handle large loads these trucks still maintain the maneuverability you need. You can accelerate when you want to and break when you need to, and they’ve designed the new Silverado to have better handling when you’re working with a truck and trailer combination. This means you can tow with confidence.
Working for You


With the new patented hood scoop filtration design you can feel certain that your engine is getting the airflow it needs to maintain the power and torque you need to keep working. Even in rough conditions such as trailing up a steep grade. This means that with it’s best in class 445HP and 910 lb.-ft torque you can keep going all day long if you so choose. If you don’t need quite so much pulling power you can also choose the standard Vortec™ 6.0L V8 gasoline engine instead of the Duramax® 6.6L Turbo-Diesel V8. Both are designed to give you the great trailering control you’ve come to expect from a Silverado.


This great truck has been designed with your real-world towing needs in mind, and to keep working for you fulfilling your towing needs. The engineers have designed and real-world tested this truck to ensure quality. Check out the 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD at your local Edwards Garage dealership today.

The Chevy Impala: Comfort and Style in One Package


The 2017 Chevrolet Impala is a great family car that provides a comfortable ride at a convenient price while still allowing you to enjoy a sporty look. The back seat of this full-size sedan comfortably fits two car seats as well as a third child.


The front, fully adjustable bucket seats makes it possible to ride for hours at a time without discomfort. The leg room is ample and there is plenty of room for tall, long-legged passengers. For comfort, the Impala comes standard with air conditioning, power windows, locks and mirrors, and power seat adjustment.


The Impala now has 10 airbags in the front and back, keeping the driver and all passengers safe in the event of a collision. It also comes with a list of incredible safety features including Forward Collision Alert, Side Blind Zone Alert and Lane Departure Warnings. All of these features help prevent a collision caused by distracted driving or not seeing a car due to a blind spot.


Some optional features include a sunroof, MyLink audio streaming, wireless smartphone charging, backup camera, OnStar, and a built-in hotspot. Saying the 2017 Impala is connected may be an understatement.


There is an option between a four-cylinder or a V6 engine. Both handle well on the road, although the V6 climbs hills a little better than the four cylinder. The fuel-efficient, four-cylinder engine averages around 22 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway, while the V6 averages 19 mpg in the city and 29 mpg on the highway.


Edwards Garage would be happy to show you a 2017 Chevrolet Impala and let you give it a test drive. We are impressed by the smooth, comfortable ride and think you will be too.

Chevy Tahoe: Putting the Utility Back in Sports Utility Vehicle


In recent years the cross-over SUV, essentially a car with some SUV features, has grown in popularity with people who enjoy the passenger and cargo space of SUVs, but don’t really need the function of one. The 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe is not for those people. Built to haul nine passengers and more than 3800 kg (3,900 kg with rear-wheel drive), the new Chevy Tahoe works and handles like a truck. If you need to bring the whole family and the boat, then the Tahoe might be the SUV you’re looking for. Book a test drive with us at Edwards Garage to find out for sure.


The Basics


The Tahoe has a powerful 5.3-liter V8 engine, and fast acceleration for a vehicle of this size. You won’t be disappointed by the fuel economy, which is better than for any other competitor in its class. Rear-wheel drive is standard, but four-wheel drive is an option, though it slightly reduced the towing capacity. If you’re concerned about the maneuverability of a vehicle this size, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the good visibility. A rearview camera and rear parking sensors come standard and give you added confidence when you’re in a tight spot.  In fact, if you appreciate a high-tech interior, you’ll be delighted with the Tahoe.


The Bells and Whistles


The LS, LT and Premier trim levels give you a range of options and price points to work from. Even the LS comes with a host of great features, like the trailer hitch receiver with wiring harness, roof rails, remote ignition, keyless entry and more. A step up to the LT trim adds an array of deluxe features, including heated front seats and a Bose audio system. The Premier class includes all the features of a luxury package that’s optional on the LT, like fog lights, front parking sensors and a wireless charging pad, and adds on even more, such as xenon headlights and a real-time navigation system.


If you’re looking for a durable work-horse with all the mod-cons, consider the Tahoe. It’s what an SUV was meant to be.

Power Through the Work Day with a 2017 GMC Sierra 3500 HD

If you’ve got a job to do, you need a truck that can keep up. The powerful and durable 2017 GMC Sierra 3500 HD is loaded with surprising features and comforts that help you get the job done. The Sierra 3500 HD features the Duramax diesel engine you expect from a one-ton GMC truck along with all-terrain tires and a drivetrain designed to keep you moving from Edmonton to the oil fields and everything in between.


Is your truck also your office? If you need a place to keep your paperwork, computer and lunch protected from the rigors of the job site, the cabin of the 2017 GMC Sierra HD was built with you in mind. Triple sealed doors and redesigned aerodynamics make this the quietest riding one-ton truck in its class. The expanded center console has room for hanging folders and comes with an available 110V plug to keep your mobile office running.


Worried about security at remote job sites or when you can’t keep a constant eye on your truck? Optional secure storage is available with locking under seat storage to keep your sensitive documents and important electronics secure while you work and available when you need them. The improved media center keeps you connected to your crew while on the go and improves safety with a color backing camera guidance and object avoidance warnings.


Whether you need to custom build a 2017 GMC Sierra 3500 HD for delivery or want to get a powerful model from dealer stock, the sales and service team at Edwards Garage, a full service GMC dealership in Alberta, are ready to help you get the features you need for the newest addition to your fleet. Stop in to browse inventory, order a truck and schedule ongoing maintenance to keep your 2017 GMC Sierra running at its best for years with service performed by factory-trained technicians.

The 2018 Chevrolet Equinox Is Perfect for Any Occasion

Edwards Garage is proud to offer the all-new 2018 Chevrolet Equinox. This crossover SUV packs a punch with dynamic performance and technology features, as well unmatched safety and efficiency. It truly is the total package, pairing style and functionality without a hitch.




Performance Elements


This SUV sets itself apart from others in its class by offering a 1.6L Turbo Diesel engine that gets and incredible 40 mpg highway. The all-new switchable AWD system allows you to change between FWD and AWD on the go, enhancing your ability to traverse any road in any condition. Intellibeam headlamps automatically switch to high beams when dark driving conditions require it, reverting back to low beams when an approaching vehicle is detected. This is one of many smart performance features that utilizes technology in the best way possible, making the all-new Chevy Equinox a truly modern vehicle.


Safety Features


Safety is at the top of the list, when it comes to importance, for any vehicle. This SUV is packed with plenty of safety features to keep you and your passengers safe at all costs. Surround vision gives you a complete bird’s eye view via the 8-inch diagonal touchscreen, so you always know what’s going on around you.  Rear cross traffic alert, rear park assist, side blind zone alert, and lane change alert provide you with the best safety technology around so that you avoid potentially dangerous situations before they occur.


Unmatched Technology


The all-new Equinox is loaded with great technology features that serve a purpose. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto give you access to your smartphone through the SUV’s touchscreen display, so everything you need is right there with no matter where the road takes you. Available built-in Wi-Fi gives you and your passengers the ability to stay connected at all times.


With so many great features to check out, come over to out dealership and see everything for yourself. Take a test drive to get the full experience and you will understand why the 2018 Equinox is so highly touted.

Impression Made – 2017 Buick Regal

The slogan for the 2017 Buick Regal is: “make an impression without saying a word.” That’s something this car absolutely does. Luxury is key when it comes to every facet of the car, but especially when you’re behind the wheel. The “Driver Information Center” is completely customizable, so all the information you need to drive (and enjoy your drive) is always at your fingertips.

Even with all of the luxury, you never have to sacrifice safety. “Lane Change Alert” will make you aware of vehicles up to 230 feet away, with its unique radar system. You’ll be aware as soon as a vehicle enters your blind spot with the side blind zone alert. Safety meets elegance in the headlights. Featuring LED-accents, they light up both the night sky as well as your vehicle.


The technological advancements of this car are practically unrivaled. A 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot makes you the center of attention, so you’ll always have great internet access with this car. Who needs keys? You won’t need them, as “passive entry” makes it so you can get in and out of your locked car.

Don’t let the gorgeous exterior of this Buick fool you, it’s an absolute beast on the road. The 182-horsepower engine comes standard, and leaves all the other cars in the dust. Despite all that power, you’ll never feel a lack of control with this car. All-Wheel Drive lets you navigate easily and confidently in all circumstances. High-tech “Brembo” brakes keep you safe on the road from whatever’s in front of you, while the “rear cross traffic alert” lets you know whenever something comes within 65 feet of you backing up. An audible and visual warning kicks in when the car approaches something from behind too fast.


You can find this and plenty of other great Buicks at Edwards Garage. Financing is available, so you don’t have to be royalty to drive a regal car.

A Glance at the 2017 GMC Terrain

You have a lot of choices when you’re shopping for an SUV. Compare a few models to get a good idea of what capabilities are available in the various SUV classes and what unique benefits each manufacturer offers.






GMC is a perennial leader in the sport utility market. The 2017 GMC Terrain marks the eighth year of the current model’s design. It’s a long-time success compact crossover class due to a spacious backseat area and relatively quiet cabin. While other options four crossovers offer some more gadgets in the standard trim, the overall reliability of the Terrain helps maintain its popularity.


We have answers to all of your SUV questions at Edwards Garage. Come on down and take a look at our selection, and don’t be afraid to ask about the Terrain or any other vehicles you’re interested in.




One of the most popular upgrades on the 2017 GMC Terrain is the V6 engine. This gives it a speed advantage over many other competitors. With a 3.6-liter displacement, it delivers 272 pound feet of torque and 301 horsepower. In contrast, the standard engine gives you 182 horsepower.


Front-wheel drive comes standard with anti-lock brakes, traction control and a rearview camera. A standard cabin feature setting the Terrain apart is a seven-inch touchscreen dashboard control.


This vehicle has more capacity then other classes. As far as crossovers go, the Terrain is more focused on comfort of backseat passengers than it is on carrying a lot of cargo. Still, it’s a versatile option and a very popular design.


When you come by and visit us at Edwards Garage, make sure to ask about our service options. We want to make sure that you spend as much time on the road and as possible. Let us help you set up a maintenance schedule to keep your car running with the reliability and performance you need.

Advantages of a Midsized Truck

If you’re thinking about buying a new truck, you may be having trouble choosing between a full-sized or midsized truck. Even the most seasoned truck shoppers can find themselves having this dilemma. A truck is a big investment. Additionally, it’s a decision that needs to keep in mind what you’d use the truck for. The last thing that you need is to pick up a vehicle that doesn’t perform all of the tasks that you need it to. In the same vein, you don’t want to pay too much for a truck that does more than what you’ll need it to.





How you’re going to utilize your truck is one of the most important factors in choosing the truck that you’re going to end up with. If you don’t have to tow anything over 7000 pounds, then you might have the most luck with a 2016 Chevrolet Colorado. While the Colorado is a midsized vehicle, it tows more than what the average person needs. At Edward’s Garage, we can help you decide the kind of capability you need.




Of course, payload is also something that you have to consider when choosing between midsized and full sized. Unless you have a business that requires you to carry heavy equipment, you probably won’t need a full sized truck. Most people have less than 2000 pounds of cargo that needs to be carried. If you’re one of those people, then you probably won’t need more than a midsized truck.

When it comes down to it, you have to weigh out the pros and cons when purchasing any truck. This is the type of investment that will follow you for years to come. It’s best to make sure that you have the right truck for the job that you need done. While professionals or construction workers may need a full-sized truck to carry their cargo, most people can get by with a midsized truck.

Changes and Updates in the 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe

As a new model year is rolled out, we come to expect that there will be updates and changes made in the design and features. So, it’s no surprise that the 2017 model year brought some great changes to the Chevrolet Tahoe. As you make your decision about what vehicle to buy here at Edwards Garage, keep the following points about the2017 Chevrolet Tahoe in mind.


Exterior Changes


The biggest news about the exterior choices for the Tahoe are the color changes. This year, you can no longer get brownstone metallic, sable metallic, slate grey metallic or green envy metallic. Instead, you are offered up some new color choices, which include blue velvet metallic and pepperdust metallic. In addition, you now have two wheel options, 22-inch 7-spoke silver wheels or 22-inch ultra bright machined aluminum wheels. Finally, roof rails have been added to some packages.


Technology Changes


Technology is where the big changes happened in this model year. It shouldn’t be too surprising that the technology boosts are the biggest changes. Vehicles are entering the world of technology quickly with each new year being expected to provide more. You still get heated seats, but they now are vented, too. The rear seat entertainment system now has a voiceover feature, projection for the wifi system on the vehicle’s screens, an additional USB port and an added HDMI/MHL connector. The infotainment systems have also seen some changes, with the new teen driver feature, customization for the rear seats, an added app shop and low speed forward automatic braking.


Exterior and technology changes allow the 2017 Tahoe to stand out from previous years. While there weren’t any huge changes, and nothing of note as far as the performance, the Tahoe is a solid vehicle that really didn’t require a major overhaul. These noteworthy changes are like icing on the cake, dressing up an already excellent vehicle.


The 2017 Chevrolet Equinox: Built for Comfort and a Smooth Ride

A solidly built SUV with plenty of interior room, the 2017 Chevrolet Equinox is a dependable performer among SUVs in its class. Evolving in many ways since the introduction of the 2005 model year, newer versions keep adding and retooling features made for daily drivers with families in mind. With a spacious and quiet interior, safety-focused features and a couple of different engine options, we think this is the SUV you’ll choose when you need to upgrade.


Solid and Consistent


One of the design constants in this vehicle is the Theta unibody platform from General Motors. And while engineers continue to update shape of the exterior chassis year after year, the chassis itself remains solid and sturdy, fabricated to provide ample room for both people and cargo. So whether it’s a jaunt across town, the morning commute or a long-distance road trip, your passengers won’t be struggling for leg room. Additionally, the 2016 model comes with sliding and reclining backseats to enhance their comfort.


Pick Your Engine


The 2017 Chevrolet Equinox features two engine options for the discriminating buyer. Select from the 2.4L DOHC 4-cylinder SIDI engine that comes standard with most editions, or upgrade to the more powerful V6 version for faster acceleration and some real action behind the wheel. But either way, it’s got ample get-up-and-go for your daily driving.


Safety First


Your new 2017 Chevrolet Equinox also packs in a wide array of safety features. Lane Departure Warning, Side Blind Zone Alert and Forward Collision Alert work to keep you from ending up in an accident. And you’ve got plenty of help in the rear of the vehicle, with the Rear Vision Camera, Rear Park Assist and Rear Cross Traffic Alert options. The engineers have got you covered from every angle.


Trading in your old vehicle for a 2017 Chevrolet Equinox is a great idea when you shop at Edwards Garage. With this feature-packed vehicle, you’re ready for anything life throws at you both on and off the road. Its mix of power, comfort and safety is perfect for your lifestyle.