Starting in the 2012 model year, Buick will do away with its “CX”, “CXL” and “CXS” trim levels, and replace them with the familiar option packages used by competitors such as Lexus and Hyundai. “It isn’t befitting a premium brand. No other premium brand has those designations,” said Craig Bierley, Buick-GMC director of advertising and… Continue Reading...
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