When it comes to customers demanding the latest in high-tech infotainment systems, Buick probably has more leeway than many luxury automakers. While its demographic is changing, the average Buick shopper is still concerned more with ride comfort than with streaming music via Pandora. That’s not stopping Buick from bringing its vehicles up to the level of others in the segment, and the luxury brand has announced that IntelliLink connectivity will be standard on every 2013 Buick model. To ensure owners understand how to use the system, live support from Buick’s Customer and...
2012 Buick LaCrosse, Regal, Verano Will Come With Pandora
Pandora has been on a roll the past few years. After a shaky period during which the company fought for the right to broadcast copyrighted material, Pandora roared back, becoming one of the first infotainment services to be featured on Ford's popular Sync system. Now, the company has developed a...Richard Read
2012 Buick LaCrosse eAssist Hybrid Luxury Sedan Priced From $30,820
We’ve known about the 2012 Buick LaCrosse eAssist mild-hybrid luxury sedan since late 2010 but GM only released the all-important pricing details for the car this week, with its sticker coming in at $29,960 before an $860 destination charge. Interestingly, GM has made the advanced eAssist...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Buick And GMC Brands Get New IntelliLink Vehicle Connectivity Feature
GM is introducing a new connectivity feature dubbed IntelliLink in its Buick and GMC line of cars for 2012, which is essentially designed to connect to a driver’s smartphone or other portable device and then control it using the vehicle’s touchscreen display or in some cases through...Viknesh Vijayenthiran