http://gmauthority.com - The Buick Cascada found 7,151 homes in 2016 (its first year on the market), and is on track to sell roughly 6,211 units this year. The small convertible was never meant as a big seller, with the Trishield brand emphasizing the model’s low-volume purpose as filling what it calls “white space” in the market. As it turns out, the vehicle is also successful in bringing customers who traditionally have not purchased a Buick vehicle.
http://www.motortrend.com - For 2018, Buick introduces three new colors for the Cascada, injecting the soft-top with some individualization and sportier appearance options. In addition to the existing palette, the cabriolet can now be ordered in Rioja Red Metallic, Dark Moon Blue Metallic, and Carrageen Metallic.
http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com - By the standards of niche market convertibles, the Buick Cascada is, or at least was, a certifiable hit. Sales of the Cascada have tumbled by a fifth in 2017, year-over-year.
http://www.automobilemag.com - For 2018, Buick developed three more colors for the Cascada, injecting the soft-top with some individualization and sportier appearance options. In addition to the existing palette, the cabriolet can now be ordered in Rioja Red Metallic, Dark Moon Blue Metallic, and Carrageen Metallic.
http://www.autoguide.com - New paint choices are being added.
http://www.carscoops.com - Using customer feedback and advanced color trending analysis, Buick is thinking of ways to make the 2018 Cascada more appealing to buyers.
http://media.buick.com - This fall, Buick will expand the Cascada’s color palette by adding more options based on customer feedback and advanced color trending analysis. Building on a proven color strategy, Buick will add three new exterior colors and two new convertible tops and expand the Sport Touring Dark Effects Package with two additional exterior colors, enhancing customers’ ability to express their personal style on the road.
http://www.thecarconnection.com - There’s more than meets the eye with the 2018 Buick Cascada. The stylish, sedate droptop is hardly a reboot of the old Riviera. Instead, Buick parent General Motors plucked the Cascada from its European Opel lineup and brought it to America, where it is one of the least expensive convertibles on the market.
http://www.leftlanenews.com - Buick's Cascada convertible won't receive the luxed-up Avenir treatment, the company has revealed. "It doesn't really fit for what Avenir aspires to be," explained Rob Peterson, Buick's marketing manager for crossovers, in an interview with Motor1.
https://www.motor1.com - The 2018 Buick Enclave is the first model in the brand’s lineup to be dressed up with the new Avenir luxury sub-brand treatment. Which one is next? Rob Peterson, Buick crossovers marketing manager, won’t say – but he will confirm that only certain models will receive the treatment. When you look at, say, the Buick Cascada convertible, though, there’s less of an argument for that treatment.