https://www.thetruthaboutcars.com - Buick’s on again, off again relationship with the Opel brand is currently very much on, as two Opels badged as Regals tempt buyers, and one Opel badged as Cascada tempts rental companies. But these recent exercises in marketing are somewhat tame in comparison to the experiment General Motors conducted in the 1980s with a little company
http://www.autonews.com - Opel, General Motors' former European unit, said last week it plans to stop producing the Buick Cascada in 2019.
https://www.autoblog.com - Opel announces discontinuation of Cascada, but no word from Buick.
http://www.autonews.com - Opel, owned by France's PSA Group, said on Tuesday it would stop selling the Cascada, the Adam city car and the KARL at the end of 2019. A spokesman for Buick, which sells the Cascada in the U.S.
https://www.thecarconnection.com - Former General Motors subsidiary Opel's announcement Tuesday that it will cease production of its four-seat convertible by the end of next year could have major implications for the Buick Cascada. Opel said in a statement that its version of the Cascada convertible "will remain on sale until the end of 2019.
https://www.motorauthority.com - Buick only graced its showrooms with the Cascada a few years ago but the handsome, somewhat sporty convertible may soon be on its way out.
https://www.kbb.com - The 2019 Buick Cascada offers open-air driving in a convertible that can actually seat four adults. While not as athletic or advanced as a BMW 2 Series or Audi A3, a comparably equipped Cascada doesn’t carry either car’s lofty sticker price. The Cascada is pulled by its front wheels and powered by a 200-horsepower 1.6-liter turbocharged engine.
http://www.wardsauto.com - Buick moves up the ranking from fifth to second place with a commercial showcasing a multitude of models including the Cascada, Envision, Encore, Enclave and Regal GS – what the announcer calls “one of the freshest lineups in the industry.”
https://www.thecarconnection.com - The 2019 Buick Cascada convertible delivers comfortable, top-down cruising at a reasonable price.
http://car-data.com - In the halcyon days before and after World War II, when cars had huge presence and chrome was king, the near-top tier of General Motor's myriad marques was Buick's Roadmaster. We are not talking about the huge Chevy Caprice-based sedan seen in the 1990s, but the curvaceous coupe and convertibles made from 1942 through '48, then the even more audacious fifth and sixth generations done in the 1950s, with toothy chrome grills and Ventiport-front fenders.