GMC is known as a maker of ruggedly capable vehicles, but which ones are the absolute best for dealing with a hard-hitting Idaho winter? In this list, we’ve laid out the best GMC models for surviving the arctic attack that is winter in the state of Idaho.
1. GMC Canyon
Small but mighty, this compact pick-up will keep you high off the icy streets and help deliver you safely through the snow. With its impressive safety features, like Lane Departure Warning to let you know when the snow is sending you off-track, you’ll feel confident in even Idaho’s worst wintertime weather.
2. GMC Yukon
As a full-size SUV, the GMC Yukon is ideal for taking on the full brunt of inclement weather — especially for those drivers with large families. Projector beam headlights keep up visibility in a blizzard and available heated seating will keep you warm and toasty.
3. GMC Sierra 2500HD
When it’s time to break-out the snow plow, you want a truck that can bear the load — that truck is the GMC Sierra 2500HD. In addition to its impressive power capabilities, this heavy-duty pick-up features a number of handling controls for advanced stability on even the snowiest roads.
Are you ready to see the best GMC models in action for yourself? Then come on down to Rob Green Buick GMC in Twin Falls, ID!
Decorating the house, trick or treating with the kids, a costume party with friends—there’s always plenty to look forward to around Halloween, everyone’s favorite spooky holiday. But the Dance Department at the College of Southern Idaho steps things up a notch in late October by offering an incredible CSI performance of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller“.
Don’t miss CSI’s annual tribute to this ghastly classic at the Fine Arts Auditorium on October 26th at 4:30 pm. Director Julie Wright-Leggett will lead a group of students fully outfitted in zombie costumes as they pay tribute to Jackson’s one-of-a-kind choreography.
Admission is free of charge, so bring the whole family to get into the Halloween spirit like never before. The program will also feature additional jazz and contemporary dance performances, so there’s sure to be something for everyone.
In preparation for the headlining event, CSI students have been studying dance legend Bob Fosse, believed to be Michael Jackson’s inspiration as he choreographed his ground-breaking “Thriller” video.
Be sure to hang around after the curtain closes on Thriller as there will be an opportunity for kids to collect Halloween candy and get pictures with all of the zombies who performed during the evening.
Stop by and see our team today to get behind the wheel of a new car perfect for all those scenic fall drives. Oh, and Happy Halloween from Rob Green Buick GMC!
Idaho is the perfect place for outdoor adventures, including right here in Twin Falls. If you want to shut off Netflix, get off the couch, hop in your Buick or GMC from Rob Green Buick GMC, and explore the world around you, then consider one of these three fun things to do outside in Twin Falls, Idaho.
Shoshone Falls: Shoshone Falls is the perfect place to go for a hike, take a swim, or have a picnic. The beautiful falls are located at the edge of Twin Falls and are 212 feet in height—taller than even Niagara Falls.
Snake River Canyon Trail: The Snake River leads into the Shoshone Falls, but also boasts the beautiful Snake River Canyon area and its ten miles of trails for hiking, jogging, and biking. You can pick up a trail map at the Visitor Center or at any Twin Falls city office.
Dierkes Lake: If swimming, kayaking, fishing, cliff jumping, or lying out on the beach are more your style, then make sure to visit Dierkes Lake. The lake area offers playground equipment, grills, public restrooms, volleyball, a boat launch, and more. The gate fee is only $3.
What’s your favorite thing to do outside in Twin Falls? Feel free to let us know below.