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GM pitches new product strategy to skeptical investors

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http://www.reuters.com - General Motors executives used to boast about how frequently the company redesigned cars and trucks. Now, the automaker wants to double the lifespan of vehicle platforms as part of a broader effort to slash and redirect capital spending, GM executives said.

First drive: the new Cadillac CT6

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http://www.topgear.com - OK, with that grille and those upright lights, it’s definitely a Cadillac. But which one is this? This one is the good ship CT6, the new range-topping saloon for Detroit’s second-oldest auto brand (Buick is the most senior).

2016 Buick Verano Review

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http://www.kbb.com - If you’re looking for big-car ride, comfort and style in a fuel-efficient compact sedan, the 2016 Buick Verano is definitely a car worth considering. Plenty of high-tech safety and infotainment options, plus an available turbocharged engine make this Verano feel like an expensive midsize sedan.

15 City Runabouts That Aren’t Microcars

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http://www.motortrend.com - Outside of the US, large cities such as London, Paris, and Tokyo are filled with little microcars such as the Fiat 500 and the Smart Fortwo. Sure, they may be small and city-friendly, but they lack the practicality you can find in cars not much bigger.

Buick prepares Super Bowl ad blitz to introduce Cascada

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http://www.autoblog.com - Super Bowl 50 will kick off on February 7, and Buick will use the big game's massive audience to get the word out about the new Cascada convertible. The the broadcast spot will be paired with a humorous digital campaign to advertise the convertible online.

2016 Buick Cascada First Drive: A Four-Wheeled, Flip-Top, Rolling Advertisement

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http://blog.caranddriver.com - We do not envy marketers. The majority of all products are, statistically speaking, mediocre. If everything was the best or the most or the otherwise hyperbolic, nobody would know what a bell curve was. But can you imagine a marketing campaign that crowed about a product’s unwavering mediocrity?