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2019 Buick Cascada Review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - 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.

Owners Help Chevrolet Own Top Spot in Most-Seen Auto Ads

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - 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.”

2018 Buick Cascada Sport Touring Convertible

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - 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.

Volkswagen's American Comeback is the Biggest Sales Story of 2017

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - A New Year offers endless opportunities to slice-and-dice annual sales numbers, forecast the year ahead or second-guess bad decisions. (Buick’s comatose Cascada convertible limped through 2017 with barely 5,500 buyers, but what I want to know is how many traded in a Nissan CrossCabriolet.

2018 Buick Cascada Review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - A stylish 4-passenger convertible, the 2018 Buick Cascada is a sporty and luxurious ride for sun-worshipers looking for some fresh air. Buick’s first convertible in 25 years competes with the BMW 2 Series, Audi A3 as well as soft-top versions of the Ford Mustang and Chevy Camaro. The front-wheel-drive Cascada is powered by a 1.6-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine making 200 horsepower.

Nearly 70% Of Buick Cascada Buyers New To Buick, GM

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - 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.

2018 Buick Cascada Adds Three New Colors, New Package Configurations

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - 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.

Buick Says Color Is Back, but Will You Buy a Cascada That’s Not Silver?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - 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.