Buick Cascada News
Buick only graced its showrooms with the Cascada a few years ago but the handsome, somewhat sporty convertible may soon be on its way out. You see, the Cascada was launched in 2012 by Opel, which builds the convertible at a plant in Poland. It was rebadged a Buick and introduced here for 2016. Opel announced Tuesday that it will only offer the Cascada until the end of 2019, and that no replacement is planned. This means the Buick version may also cease to exist at the end of next year, though it's also possible Opel continues to build the Buick-badged model beyond 2019. A Buick spokesman told...
2017 Buick Cascada gets bright red paint option
Big news for the Buick Cascada today! You can now get one... in red. As everyone knows, red paint basically means you've purchased a sports car. Buick knows this too, which is why the actual color of the car is Sport Red. It's being offered on the 2017 Cascada's Sport Touring trim, and there won't...Jeff Glucker
2016 Buick Cascada first drive review
With its new Cascada, Buick is back in the convertible game after a lengthy absence, but all is not what it seems. This new Buick Cascada droptop, with its clean lines and big wheels, wasn’t penned in California. It wasn’t engineered in Detroit. It wasn’t even built in the...Andrew Ganz
Buick Set For Super Bowl 50 With Its First-Ever Big Game Ad
Buick is stepping up to the advertising plate. The automaker will unveil its first-ever Super Bowl spot during this year's game, scheduled for February 7 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The plan is to bring Buick's "Experience the new Buick" tagline to the masses, and the Super Bowl...Jeff Glucker
2016 Buick Cascada Priced From $33,990
We’re sure there are many on this site eager to check out Buick’s new Cascada convertible. For starters, it’s the first Buick convertible in a quarter of a century, and it’s also one of General Motors Company’s [NYSE:GM] cars developed in Europe by the Opel brand. ALSO...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
2016 Buick Cascada Video
It’s hard to believe, but it's already been 25 years since Buick’s last convertible, the hand-crafted Reatta, rolled topless. Now, here at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, Buick’s dropping the top on a more attainable convertible, the 2016 Cascada. ALSO SEE: 2016 Buick Cascada...Joel Feder
Buick has finally confirmed one of the past year’s worst kept secrets—that Opel’s ultra-chic Cascada convertible is destined to be sold in the U.S. At this week’s 2015 Detroit Auto Show, Buick will show its version of the Cascada, which we’re glad to report looks almost identical to its European cousin. The Cascada will arrive in Buick showrooms early next year, as a 2016 model, and will be the brand’s first open-top car in 25 years. It features 2+2 seating, a roof that needs just 17 seconds to go down, sophisticated suspension, and a turbocharged...