Drivers looking for something cool have a veritable smörgåsbord of options on the market today. Automakers are building some of the most appealing and exciting vehicles in industry history.
Buick is an American automaker owned by General Motors, and has been around since 1898. Buick introduced the first closed body car. Today, Buick is re-building its luxury brand image that it attained in the 1970’s with the Regal and Lacrosse.
The Opel Monza concept will strongly influence the styling direction of the next Insignia, sold in the U.S. as the Buick Regal.
Buick’s latest crossover is reportedly heading to the U.S. next year.
General Motors has added another 117,651 vehicles to its record-setting list of recalls in 2014.
Cars like the Mercury Grand Marquis and Buick Roadmaster are quintessential examples of “old-person transportation,” if we may make a blatantly ageist statement. Potentially offensive remarks aside, these large, rear-wheel-drive sedans were a favorite of the grandparent set; it’s hard to believe they didn’t come from the factory with wrap-around sunglasses, AAA stickers and boxes…
The 2015 Buick Verano is getting a slight price cut compared to the 2014 model year.
It is appearing more likely that the Opel Cascada will be heading to the U.S., branded as a Buick model.
Buick has released a series of teaser images revealing the interior of its newest crossover.
General Motors continues to add to its recall count for 2014.
The recalls from General Motors continue to roll in.
The latest addition to the Buick lineup has just been uncovered in China.
The Buick Regal and Volvo S60 are improved enough to rival offerings from BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
Buick is expanding its crossover and SUV lineup later this year with a new model.
This year’s JD Power Initial Quality Study had a few surprises and you might be shocked to hear which vehicles were most problem free.
The recalls are still coming from General Motors, with the latest affecting 581,367 vehicles driving the total number of recalled GM products in 2014 to 16.4 million in North America.
The 2015 Buick Verano Turbo will be getting a six-speed manual transmission after all.
General Motors continues to add to its record-setting total of recalls for 2014.
Like so many other cars in the industry these days, the 2015 Buick Verano is getting rid of its manual-transmission option.
Like all Buicks, the Enclave is easy to overlook. General Motors’ alternative luxury brand currently sells five models in the U.S. and is almost entirely supported by its sales in China. In spite of that, the products it offers probably deserve more credit than they get.
New Buick owners will no longer have to pay for a helpful safety feature.
General Motors has announced its fifth recall in the last two weeks, with the company calling back both 2014 Chevy Malibu and Buick Lacrosse models.
The winter was a real bastard. If you reside in or even just passed through the northern part of America at some point during the last four months you know exactly what I’m talking about.
General Motors is recalling 51,640 of its three-row crossovers spread across the Chevrolet, GMC and Buick brands because of inaccurate fuel gauges.
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