The latest effort by Buick to widen its appeal comes in the form of the 2016 LaCrosse, Regal, and Verano Sport Touring models, all featuring distinctive exterior cues that are designed to make them considerably more visually exciting than previous editions.
The 2013 Buick model lineup sees significant change this year, with the introduction of the new Buick Encore compact crossover SUV, the debut of a new Buick Verano Turbo compact premium sport sedan, and the arrival of a significantly updated Buick Enclave full-size luxury crossover SUV. Find out what else is new for the entire 2013 Buick model lineup...
Critical Knowledge:Invicta-Latin for "invincible"-evolves from Velite and Riviera conceptsName returns to Buick lineup after 45-year hiatus in U.S.Powered by Buick's first 250-hp, turbocharged, direct-injection 4-cylinder engine6-speed automatic transmission20-inch polished aluminum wheelsFull glass roofHood portholes-three per side-reminiscent of historic Buick models100 cubic feet of interior spacePremium interior materials: leather, wood trim, polished aluminum
Buick introduces an all-new Regal sedanAll other models in the automaker's lineup receive minor updatesHistoryBuick is an American automaker that traces its roots back to 1899. In 1903, founder David Dunbar Buick incorporated his growing shop into the Buick Motor Company. The company released the Model B in 1904. That first car was a vehicle that would carry the automaker through the end of its first decade. By 1915, Buick had changed direction, and successfully moved upscale as a luxury brand. As market demands called for a different type of product near end of the century, the automaker introduced its first sport utility crossover, called the Rendezvous, in 2001. Today's lineup includes the Lacrosse, the all-new European-based Regal, and the 8-passenger Enclave sport utility.