Wednesday, June 20, 2018

2019 Yukon Graphite Editions Build Upon 2018 Yukon Models


2019 yukon

MT. PLEASANT, Mich. – Two new 2019 Graphite Editions will be added to GMC’s premium Yukon line. The modernistic Yukon Graphite Editions feature various vehicle performance upgrades and a darkened exterior. The vehicles will have 22-inch bright machined wheels with Carbon Flash metallic pockets, a premium black chrome grille mesh insert, fog lamp surrounds, gloss black accents, black roof rails, body-color grille surround, additional black trim, and gloss black beltline moldings.

“The Yukon continues to lead the full-size SUV segment with premium features and an instantly recognizable and well-respected identity,” GMC Trucks and Full-Size SUVs Senior Marketing Manager Stu Pierce said. “The all-new Graphite Edition builds on the commanding road presence and inherent capabilities of the Yukon and affords customers the opportunity to project a unique, yet distinctly GMC style.”

The Graphite Performance Editions will also include a 6.2LV-8 engine. This engine features Active Fuel Management, continued variable valve timing, and direct injection. The variable valve timing provides increased efficiency. It also has 460 lb-ft of torque and 420 horsepower. The engine of these editions is combined with a 10-speed automatic transmission that reduces engine revolutions at highway speeds to improve efficiency. The enhancements to the powertrain add to the Magnetic Ride Control that “reads” the road using sensors and altering the damping rate of shocks close to immediate.

With the torque and power combined, composed ride, and greater efficiency, a positive drive experience can take place. The Graphite Performance Editions also include a 22-inch six-spoke Gloss black wheels and a trailer brake controller. They feature an active two-speed transfer case for 4WD models only and a 170-amp alternator. The editions boast a high capacity air cleaner and Bose Active Noise Cancellation. They include a 3.23 axle ration and a multi-color head-up display. The vehicles also showcase an eight-inch reconfigurable Driver Information Center and an eight-inch Color Touch Screen Navigation with GMC Infotainment System. The 2019 Yukon and Yukon XL will be available this summer in White Frost Tricoat, Dark Sky Metallic, and Onyx Black.

This builds on the current edition, the 2018 GMC Yukon. The current 2018 Yukon models feature both six-speed shiftable automatic transmission and a 10-speed shiftable automatic transmission. It has seven to eight different seats and V-8 cylinders across all different models. The combined MPG varies from 17-19. Options available include an on-demand four-wheel drive and automatic locking hubs. Rear locking differentials and an electronic hi-lo gear selection are offered alongside an electronic single-speed too on various models.

The 2018 Yukon models boast 14/22 mpg, 16/23 mpg, and 16/22 mpg. The size of the base engine for these models can be 6.2L or 5.3L. The horsepower in these Yukon models varies from 420 hp @ 5600 rpm to 355 hp @ 5600 rpm. The 2018 Yukon models feature a torque going from 460 ft-lbs @ 4100 rpm to 383 ft-lbs @ 4100 rpm. All versions feature direct injection, valve timing, and overhead valves.

If you are interested in the coming 2019 Graphite Editions of the GMC Yukon line or are looking to pick up one of the current 2018 Yukon models sooner, consider contacting Graff Mt. Pleasant and we can help you discover the Yukon that best fits your needs.

At Hank Graff Mt. Pleasant we strive to provide our customers with a car buying experience that is accommodating, stress-free and fun! Visit us at our Chevrolet dealership located at 4580 E Pickard Rd in Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48858 or our Buick GMC Cadillac dealership located at 116 N. Mission St in Mount Pleasant, MI 48858.







Tuesday, June 12, 2018

5 Bad Habits that Can Damage Your Vehicle

5 Bad Habits that Can Damage Your Vehicle

MT. PLEASANT, Mich. -- Summer in Michigan is full of fun events. Camping, water sports, road trips, you name it. However, all that heat and stale air can do quite a number on your car if you keep up certain bad habits (and let's face, we're guilty of all of them).

In order to protect your vehicle, Graff Mt. Pleasant is here with some bad habits that can reduce its performance.

5 Bad Habits that Can Damage Your Vehicle

1. KEEPING YOUR FUEL TANK LOW

Gas prices are especially high during the summer months, and we've all been there where $10 worth is the best we can do at the time. However, trying to put a little extra in at the pump can save you the more expensive fate of replacing your fuel pump. Many fuel pumps stay cool by being submerged in the fuel tank. If you typically ride the gauge at a quarter tank or less, you risk speeding up wear and tear to your fuel pump.

5 Bad Habits that Can Damage Your Vehicle

2. RESTING YOUR HAND ON THE SHIFTER

Driving a stick shift is great fun, and having one hand on the shifter and the other on the steering wheel seems like the most natural way to do it. Don't. When you leave your hand on the shifter, it puts added stress on your transmission's bushings and synchronizers, which can lead to premature wear. It's a lot safer to keep both hands on the wheel anyway.

5 Bad Habits that Can Damage Your Vehicle

3. IGNORING YOUR WARNING LIGHTS

When your check engine, oil or tire pressure light comes on, it's easy to ignore it. "I can leave it for awhile," you might say to yourself, "I've never had any problems before!" Bad move, you. Your vehicle has a ton of sensors underneath all that metal, which are there to monitor the function and condition of different components. When there's a problem, those sensors will notify you on the dashboard, and you should listen. Granted in some cases it may be a false alarm, but bringing your car in for a service appointment with us to have it inspected is a lot cheaper than having to foot the bill for a replacement, not to mention a lot safer than having your engine blow up on the highway.

5 Bad Habits that Can Damage Your Vehicle

4. SUDDENLY SHIFTING

When you've been driving for a long time, your operating skills become a lot more advanced and your movements more fluid. This is no more evident than in the way you shift gears, such as when you back out of a parking space then immediately shift into drive. It might seem harmless at the time, but sudden shift changes like that can do a lot of damage to your drivetrain. Instead, try to get in the habit of coming to a complete stop before shifting gears. It only costs you one more second and will help to spare you costly engine, transmission, and axle replacements.

5 Bad Habits that Can Damage Your Vehicle

5. HARD STOPS AND EXCESSIVE BRAKING

While it's sometimes necessary to slam on the brakes in order to avoid a collision, you should not make a habit of it. On top of that, excessive use of your brakes, such as when you're following too close to the vehicle in front of you, is not good either. Both can accelerate wear and tear on your brake pads, which can then lead to brake replacements and, if left unchecked, brake reduction and even failure when you're on the road.

We're all guilty of these bad habits that can negatively affect your vehicle's performance, but the good news is all habits can be broken! Now that you know the damage you're causing your car when you do these things, you can work towards reducing and eventually eliminating them. While you're at it, why not schedule a service appointment with us to make sure everything is in tip-top shape?

At Hank Graff Mt. Pleasant we strive to provide our customers with a car buying experience that is accommodating, stress-free and fun! Visit us at our Chevrolet dealership located at 4580 E Pickard Rd in Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48858 or our Buick GMC Cadillac dealership located at 116 N. Mission St in Mount Pleasant, MI 48858.

Websites: Chevrolet: HankGraffMtPleasant.com and Buick GMC Cadillac: GraffBGC.com

Monday, June 11, 2018

5 Famous Dads in History

5 Famous Dads in History

MT. PLEASANT, Mich. -- Dads are many things to us. They're our protectors, sound advice-givers, and source of face-palm worthy jokes. Dads are great, and many of them have helped to shape history and change the world in one way or another, and not just by killing the spider in the bathtub.

This Father's Day, we at Graff Mt. Pleasant would like to share with you some famous dads in history!

5 Famous Dads in History

1. WILLIAM JACKSON SMART

Kicking off our list is the dad who inspired Father's Day, William Jackson Smart, a veteran of the American Civil War and later a farmer and single dad of six. Following the death of his wife during childbirth, Smart took over raising all six of their kids by himself, never remarrying. After hearing church sermon regarding the newly established Mother's Day, his daughter Sonora felt that fathers deserved their own day of honor as well, and originally suggested Smart's birthday as the holiday on which all dads would be recognized.

5 Famous Dads in History

2. BARACK OBAMA

Next on our list of famous dads in history is our 44th president, Barack Obama. In addition to being the proud and lovably dorky father of two daughters, Barack made history in 2009 when he became the first African-American president of the United States. Widely regarded as the most progressive president since FDR, he continued to make history throughout his two terms in office by legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide. Obama also ordered the military operation that took down Osama bin-Laden, ending the nearly 10-year search for the orchestrator of the 9/11 attacks.

5 Famous Dads in History

3. JIM HENSON

Responsible for the show that would define the childhoods of several generations, Jim Henson was the proud father of five kids in addition to a legion of Muppets, most notably Kermit the Frog. While in college, Henson changed the television puppetry game by making it possible for the performer to work off-screen. He also believed that puppets should have "life and sensitivity", and thus began creating them from flexible, fabric-covered foam rubber as opposed to carved wood, which allowed them to express a wider array of emotions and become fully-realized beings rather than simply props.

5 Famous Dads in History

4. STEPHEN KING

Widely regarded as the "King of Horror" and author of more than 200 works of fiction, Stephen King is a father of three, with his two sons both being accomplished writers themselves. In addition to his blood-curdling titles including Carrie and The Shining, King also penned many other popular novels such as The Green Mile and The Shawshank Redemption, all of which have been adapted into award-winning films.

5 Famous Dads in History

5. BERRY GORDY

In addition to founding Motown Records and sparking a musical and cultural revolution, Berry Gordy is the father of eight children. Out of his Detroit-based recording studio Hitsville USA, Gordy shaped and launched the careers of many of history's most beloved musical acts including Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, and the Supremes. 

That was our list of 5 famous dads in history. This Father's Day, why not schedule a service appointment at Graff Mt. Pleasant and get Dad that oil change he's been talking about getting for the past four weeks? Until June 30th, we're giving them away for just $4.95!

At Hank Graff Mt. Pleasant we strive to provide our customers with a car buying experience that is accommodating, stress-free and fun! Visit us at our Chevrolet dealership located at 4580 E Pickard Rd in Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48858 or our Buick GMC Cadillac dealership located at 116 N. Mission St in Mount Pleasant, MI 48858.

Websites: Chevrolet: HankGraffMtPleasant.com and Buick GMC Cadillac: GraffBGC.com

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

2019 Silverado Leads Industry Innovation with Dynamic Fuel Management

MT. PLEASANT, Mich. -- The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 will feature the most advanced gasoline V-8 engines in the brand's history: updated versions of their proven 5.3L and 6.2L V-8s with Dynamic Fuel Management. An industry-first, this innovative cylinder deactivation technology enables the engines to operate in 17 different cylinder patterns to optimize power delivery and efficiency.

“Chevrolet first introduced its Active Fuel Management cylinder deactivation system in 2005, and Dynamic Fuel Management is a natural progression of the technology,” says Jordan Lee, Small Block chief engineer. “Dynamic Fuel Management enables only the cylinders needed to deliver the power you want, seamlessly delivering the best balance of power and fuel economy.”

Compared to the current Active Fuel Management, which alternates between eight and four-cylinder modes, Dynamic Fuel Management features 17 cylinder patterns, which mixes them constantly to optimize efficiency and power delivery at all speeds.


During an industry-standard test schedule, the 2019 Silverado 2WD featuring the 5.3L engine with Dynamic Fuel Management operated with fewer than eight active cylinders more than 60% of the time, which is about 9% more than a comparably equipped 2018 model with Active Fuel Management.

Dynamic Fuel Management utilizes an electromechanical system that deactivates and reactivates all 16 of the engine's hydraulic valve filters, controlling valve actuation. This system uses solenoids to deliver oil pressure to control ports in the lifters, which activate and deactivate the lifters' latching mechanisms. During deactivation of a cylinder, the two-piece lifters collapse on themselves to prevent valve opening. During reactivation, solenoids send an oil pressure signal to the control ports on the lifters and latching mechanisms to restore them to normal function, allowing the valves to open and close.

“The increased variability of Dynamic Fuel Management means the engine will operate more often with a reduced number of cylinders, which saves fuel across the board,” says Lee. “Better yet, the transitions are transparent, and because the system is torque-based, you’ve always got that satisfying feeling of power on demand that comes from Chevy’s Gen V Small Block V-8 engines.”


The 5.3L V-8 with Dynamic Fuel Management is SAE-certified at 355 horsepower and 383 lb. ft. of torque, and is matched with a Hydra-Matic eight-speed automatic transmission.

The 6.2L V-8 with Dynamic Fuel Management - the largest and most powerful gas V-8 in the segment - is SAE-certified at 420 horsepower and 460 lb. ft. of torque, and is matched with a Hydra-Matic 10-speed automatic transmission.

Both transmission feature significant enhancements designed to improve shift quality, as well as a new centrifugal pendulum absorber torque converter that reduces vibrations during cylinder deactivation to improve smoothness.

The new Dynamic Fuel Management engines also feature optional stop/start technology that helps to conserve fuel in stop-go traffic. The 5.3L engine comes standard in the LTZ and High Country models and is available on the LT, RST, and Trail Boss. The 6.2L engine is also available in the LZT and High Country.

The all-new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado hits showrooms this fall. EPA fuel economy ratings are not yet available and will be closer to launch.


We hope you're as excited as we are for the new 2019 Silverado! Featuring the enhanced V-8 engines with industry-first Dynamic Fuel Management. In the meantime, schedule a service appointment with us to make sure your vehicle is running at its best. Check out our financing department to prepare for the launch of the new 2019 Silverado!

At Hank Graff Mt. Pleasant we strive to provide our customers with a car buying experience that is accommodating, stress-free and fun! Visit us at our Chevrolet dealership located at 4580 E Pickard Rd in Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48858 or our Buick GMC Cadillac dealership located at 116 N. Mission St in Mount Pleasant, MI 48858.

Websites: Chevrolet: HankGraffMtPleasant.com and Buick GMC Cadillac: GraffBGC.com

Monday, June 4, 2018

National Safety Month: Chevrolet Teen Driver Technology


MT. PLEASANT, Mich. -- Nothing is more important than the safety of your family. Many of us at Graff Mt. Pleasant are parents, and we know that one of the most pride-inducing and nerve-wracking stages of life is when your child gets behind the wheel for the first time. Fortunately, Chevrolet vehicles have some of the best safety technologies on the market, including one that's specifically designed for young drivers.

This National Safety Month, we'd like to share with you some information on Chevy Teen Driver Technology.


A HANDS-ON TEACHING TOOL

Chevy Teen Driver technology offers a ton of safety features with new drivers in mind, such as automatically engaging active safety technologies like Side Blind Zone Alert, Forward Collision Alert, and Forward Automatic Braking. On top of that, the built-in "report card" tool tracks things like speeding and other information to help you identify potential problem areas and coach your teen in safe driving habits.


AUDIO LIMIT

According to the CDC, about 93% of teen drivers play loud, distracting music when behind the wheel. Additionally, only 61% of high school students wear their seatbelt when driving with someone else. With Chevy Teen Driver technology, you can set a volume limit on your child's music and even mute audio until the driver and front passenger is buckled-up.


SPEED LIMITER

Teens are more likely to underestimate or not recognize dangerous situations when driving, and one of the biggest problem areas is speeding. With Chevy Teen Driver technology, you can set a speed limit that caps your teen's vehicle speed at 85mph.


LEADING THE COMPETITION

In order to encourage safe driving habits, Chevy is the only car company that offers a driver safety technology suite dedicated to teen drivers. On top of that, it is available on most models including:
At Graff Mt. Pleasant, our number one priority is the safety of your family behind the wheel. When you're in the market for an awesome and safe first car for your teen driver, pay us a visit! Our friendly and knowledgeable team of experts will not only help you find the perfect vehicle, but also work with you to hammer out a financing program that plays nicely with your budget. Even after you close the deal, our service department is here to help ensure that your teen's car is always running at it's best!

At Hank Graff Mt. Pleasant we strive to provide our customers with a car buying experience that is accommodating, stress-free and fun! Visit us at our Chevrolet dealership located at 4580 E Pickard Rd in Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48858 or our Buick GMC Cadillac dealership located at 116 N. Mission St in Mount Pleasant, MI 48858.

Websites: Chevrolet: HankGraffMtPleasant.com and Buick GMC Cadillac: GraffBGC.com

Friday, June 1, 2018

The 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 Offers Multiple Engine and Transmission Combos


MT. PLEASANT, Mich. -- Variety. That's the focus of the upcoming 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500, which is estimated to hit showrooms sometime this fall. Featuring eight different trims and six engine/transmission combinations, there's a 2019 Silverado 1500 to perfectly fit for everyone's performance, efficiency, technology, and value needs.

"A major focus of the next-generation Silverado is expanding the range of choices," says Tim Asoklis, chief engineer for the 2019 Silverado 1500. "With all-new engines and a broader model range, there's a Silverado for everyone, whether you're buying your first pick-up or your tenth."

The 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 propulsion line-up includes:

  • Over half of the models will be equipped with the most advanced V8 engines in Chevy's history. Updated versions of Chevrolet's proven 5.3L and 6.2L engines with industry-first Dynamic Fuel Management featuring 17 different modes of cylinder deactivation.
  • An all-new, advanced 2.7L Turbo engine replaces the 4.3L V-6 as the standard on the high-volume Silverado LT and new Silverado RST. It expects to offer 22% more torque, greater fuel efficiency, and a stronger power to weight ratio than the current model.
  • Tried and true 4.3L V-6 and 5.3L V-8 engines deliver full-size truck capability and performance for the most affordable trucks in the Silverado lineup.
  • An all-new, Duramax 3.0L inline-six turbo diesel. ETA early 2019.


A SILVERADO - AND AN ENGINE - FOR EVERYONE

Each of the six engine/transmission combinations available in the 2019 Silverado 1500 is matched with an exterior design and interior features, giving each trim its own distinct personality. These are based on three customer profiles: High Value, High Volume, and High Feature.

High Value: If you're looking for full-size truck capability and the highest level of affordability, the Work Truck (WT), Custom and Custom Trail Boss trims offer two engine/transmission combos that could work for you:
  •  Standard: 4.3L V-6 with Active Fuel Management and a six-speed automatic transmission (SAE-certified at 285 hp/305 lb-ft.)
  • Available: 5.3L V-8 with Active Fuel Management and a six-speed automatic transmission (SAE-certified 355 hp/383 lb-ft.)
High Volume: If you're shopping for something that brings the best of all worlds, the LT, RST, and LT Trail Boss offer a fantastic balance of technology, efficiency, and performance:
  • Standard (LT and RST): All-new 2.7L Turbo with Active Fuel Management and stop/start technology paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission (SAE-certified at 285 hp/305 lb-ft.)
  • Standard (LT Trail Boss) and Available (LT and RST): An updated 5.3L V-8 with Dynamic Fuel Management and stop/start technology with an eight-speed automatic transmission (SAE-certified 355 hp/383 lb-ft.)
  • Available (LT and RST): The all-new Duramax 3.0L Turbo-Diesel with stop/start technology paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. ETA early 2019.
High Feature: If you're in the market for a premium truck, the LTZ and High Country trims offer the highest levels of performance and technology you can get:
  • Standard: Updated 5.3L V-8 with Dynamic Fuel Management and stop/start technology paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission (SAE-certified 355hp/383 lb-ft.)
  • Available: Updated 6.2L V-8 with Dynamic Fuel Management and stop/start technology paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission (SAE-certified at 420 hp/460 lb-ft.)
  • Available: The all-new Duramax 3.0L inline-six Turbo-Diesel with stop/start technology paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. ETA early 2019.

IMPROVED DRIVING EXPERIENCE


The performance of each engine/transmission combination available in the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 benefits from a truck that is lighter and more aerodynamic than the previous model.
With less weight and less wind resistance, we improved the driving dynamics without sacrificing fuel efficiency,” said Asoklis. “The next-gen Silverado is a bigger truck, but the chassis feels more responsive and acceleration is more pronounced. I would argue it’s the best-driving truck we have ever built.”
The 2019 Silverado is larger than its predecessor, including an up to 3.9-inch (100mm) longer wheelbase, but with an overall length that is only 1.6 inches (41mm) longer. This enables more cargo volume as well as more interior room for all cab lengths. Remarkably, it’s also much lighter, weighing up to 450 pounds (204 kg) less than the current Silverado when comparing crew cab V-8 models, due to extensive use of mixed materials and advanced manufacturing.
To improve the aerodynamic efficiency of the next-gen Silverado, the front grille features functional air curtains, similar to those we saw first on the sixth-generation Camaro, which help to reduce wind drag by routing air around the front wheel wells. The powerful side profile also enhances aerodynamics, with an integrated spoiler at the rear edge of the cab that directs air onto the contoured tailgate, reducing wind drag from the bed. Most models also feature active aero shutters integrated into the front grille that close to reduce wind drag and open to provide improved engine cooling when needed. These changes result in a 7% increase in aerodynamic efficiency for the 2019 Silverado 1500.

BIG SHOES TO FILL

The new 2019 Silverado 1500, has the lofty task of improving upon the legacy of the Most Dependable, Longest Lasting full-size pickups on the road. To do so, the next-gen truck will go through more than 475,000 validation tests and reach a staggering seven million miles of real-world road testing before the first model is delivered to showrooms.
That includes several tests for the Silverado engines and transmissions that will simulate a range of customer needs:
  • Each type of engine was first subjected to a “torture test” in a dynamometer test cell, running for months nonstop to simulate a lifetime of maximum hot and cold cycles.
  • Each Silverado variant is certified to the SAE J2807 standard for towing and payload capacity. Certification requires a gauntlet of grueling tests such as the Davis Dam test, in which the truck must carry its maximum gross combined vehicle weight up a 7% grade in 110-degrees Fahrenheit (43 degrees Celcius) heat, with no reduction in performance, including air-conditioning.
  • Chevrolet engineers prove every Silverado engine and transmission design for lubrication capability on tilt stands, originally developed for the Corvette, that tilt at an angle of up to 53 degrees and can simulate angles at a rate of up to 40 degrees a second — the equivalent of up to 1.4g.
The all-new 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 is expected to hit showrooms sometime this fall. There is no EPA fuel economy info just yet, so be sure to check back for updates! In the meantime, why not schedule a service appointment with us to make sure your current Silverado or other vehicle is running in optimal condition? We hope you're as excited as we are about the new 2019 Silverado 1500!

At Hank Graff Mt. Pleasant we strive to provide our customers with a car buying experience that is accommodating, stress-free and fun! Visit us at our Chevrolet dealership located at 4580 E Pickard Rd in Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48858 or our Buick GMC Cadillac dealership located at 116 N. Mission St in Mount Pleasant, MI 48858.

Websites: Chevrolet: HankGraffMtPleasant.com and Buick GMC Cadillac: GraffBGC.com

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

10 Mouth-Watering BBQ Recipes for Summer


MT. PLEASANT, Mich. -- Summertime is full of sunshine, fun adventures, and of course delicious BBQ! Like watersports and camping, cookouts are a mandatory part of summer in the Mitten, and Graff Mt. Pleasant has some tasty grilling suggestions for you to try! Check out these mouth-watering recipes for your next summer cookout!





1. GRILLED CORN ON THE COB

This is a summer cookout staple. Don't forget the butter and salt!

Get the recipe from Delish.



2. GRILLED POTATO SALAD WITH BACON VINAIGRETTE

Potatoes + Bacon + Grill = Happy tummies.

Get the recipe from Country Living.


3. GRILLED KIELBASA TACOS

Two countries on one plate!

Get the recipe from Bon Appetit.



4. BARBECUED CHICKEN

No summer cookout with complete without barbecued chicken! Mix it up with some hot sauce!

Get the recipe at Bon Appetit.


5. GRILLED PINEAPPLE SLIDERS

A BBQ classic gets a tropical makeover! Also, no bun means low-carb.

Get the recipe from Delish.



6. STEAK FAJITA SKEWERS

One word: Yum.

Get the recipe from Delish.



7. GRILLED SPARE RIBS WITH CHERRY COLA GLAZE

Classic spare ribs with a sweet twist!

Get the recipe from Bon Appetit.



8. SHORTCUT BBQ RIBS

Whoever said good ribs take a long time haven't tried these! 

Get the recipe from Delish.



9. HONEY SOY GRILLED PORK CHOPS

Pair it with some pineapples or cherries!

Get the recipe from Delish.



10. ASIAN BBQ SALMON

Give your salmon obsession an Eastern twist!

Get the recipe from Delish.


Now that we've sufficiently fired-up your taste buds, get grilling! While you're at it, why not schedule a service appointment with us to make sure your vehicle is ready for all of your summer adventures!

At Hank Graff Mt. Pleasant we strive to provide our customers with a car buying experience that is accommodating, stress-free and fun! Visit us at our Chevrolet dealership located at 4580 E Pickard Rd in Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48858 or our Buick GMC Cadillac dealership located at 116 N. Mission St in Mount Pleasant, MI 48858.

Websites: Chevrolet: HankGraffMtPleasant.com and Buick GMC Cadillac: GraffBGC.com